Photographer Creates Beautiful Scenes from Slavic Mythology

Photographer Creates Beautiful Scenes from Slavic Mythology

Slavic mythology is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, this has been proven again and again by various photographers. This time you will see the amazing work of Marko Stamatovic from Serbia. His images have been made with great care as he and his studio made all the costumes themselves; and traveled to Kopaonik Mountain just to get that perfect shot.

Long, long ago, in a certain tsardom there lived an old man and an old woman and their daughter Vasilisa. They had only a small hut for a home, but their life was a peaceful and happy one. However, even the brightest of skies may become overcast, and misfortune stepped over their threshold at last…

The costumes and all their details are entirely created from natural materials. Whole costumes were covered with natural maple leaves in various stages of fall color change. The angelic beauty of the models along with the natural beauty of the landscape helped evoke the true magic of autumn’s arrival.

See more of Marko Stamatovic’s photography here

Source: https://redice.tv/news/photographer-creates-beautiful-scenes-from-slavic-mythology

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