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Nature Photography – Spontaneous, Yet Fragile Art

December 17, 2008 by · 1 comment

Virtual gallery with photos by the photographer Pavel Pronin

“Art consists of reshaping life
but it does not create life, nor cause life.”
Stanley Kubrick

Imagine my surprise when on one rainy morning in Hamburg I discovered in my mail sunny and colorful sceneries from Bulgaria. Author of this wonderful surprise was Pavel Pronin. I invited the 21 year old photographer of Russian descent to share his work, passion for photography and love of Bulgarian nature with our readers.

“All the pictures were taken in 2008, in Bulgaria. The country is a heaven for photographers and if you pay attention to the nature around you can get amazing shots” – Pavel shared.

Without further ado, I leave you to enjoy the beauty of his life loving pictures in our virtual exhibition. In the next publication we will talk to Pavel and his love for photography and Bulgarian nature.

Heaven In Hell Waterfall

One Tree Hill

Pravets Before Storm

The Red Leaf

Secret Place


Sunset In Ravda

The Peaks of Rila

The Shepherd And His Cow

The Two Monuments

Welcome To Your Nightmare

To the interview with Pavel Pronin:

  • Each of my pictures carries a story, emotions and memories
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