Into the Wild in Rychnov nad Kneznou, Czech Republic
The Eagle Mountains are less than 10 km from my hometown, Rychnov nad Kneznou in the Czech Republic. I love nature and it has been the place where I’ve escaped to my whole life – so I consider it my home. My first photography steps and many other steps were made there. I have always wanted to capture the solitude I experience there. When you know the right places, you can spend the whole day alone in endless woods without seeing anyone else. It is just a great place for meditation and relaxation.
Film photographer and traveler. Currently working at an Icelandic countryside hotel.
Landscape architecture student, Photographer, Geodesist
Not the tallest mountains in the world – the highest peak is 1110 m. The beautiful woods are full of life and the fog gives this place a unique feeling. You can also find a lot of ruins and abandoned houses (actually whole villages) left here by displaced Germans after WWII – sad history.
Just walking around the woods on an foggy autumn day.
Solitude, nature, forests.
It has no cons, trust me!
There are a lot of ruins.
They would be me and I would be them.
I like young photographers of my generation. Reuben Wu is a great middle format landscape photographer, Theo Gosselin in my opinion, is the best living life style photographer and I love the fashion and portrait work of Lukasz Wierzbowski.