river tails. 2016
This aerial shot of a glacial river was taken in Iceland from a small Cessna. The idea is to show the beauty of the nature from the angle that is rarely seen by most. At the first glance it is difficult to recognise what it is. Everyone sees something different, but what is beyond doubt is that the nature creates the most unique and beautiful masterpieces out there.
Milky rivers. 2017
The faces of the river. 2016
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Stas Bartnikas, 46, aerial photographer from Moscow. Photography is a serious hobby that combines his love of travelling with a passion for aviation.. Past few years, he’s been actively engaged in aerial photography while flying in light aircraft and helicopters in different parts of the world. During this time he visited over 15 countries. Stas is convinced that mother nature is the most sophisticated painter and he sees it as his mission to capture its beauty in its perfect form. He calls his style of photography “aero-art”. His shots were published in magazines across Russia and Europe and were featured in National Geographic’s Photo of the Day and Daily Dozen rubrics number of times. Stas won multiple awards in some prestigious contests such as IPA, TIFA, MIFA, Siena International.