Travel Photography by Lukas Kozmus

Travel Photography by Lukas Kozmus
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Wanting to share his travels around the world, Lukas Kozmus photography captures the experiences of being in a far off land.

What may seem like a normal landscape to some is an incredibly foreign and beautiful landscape to those who are not used to such sights. In his travel photos, Lukas Kozmus manages to portray the natural beauty so often overlooked in one’s natural environment.

He shows stunning scenery and local people, making viewers want to travel to all these exotic destinations.

From rainy streets to snowy mountain peaks, in places such as Morocco, Nepal, Indonesia and Berlin, the images in the Lukas Kozmus photography series have an otherworldly appeal to them that captures the viewers attention.

Michelle Maslanka | Elite.

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