From the top of the Dolomite mountains, Dimitri Vasileiou experienced a breathtaking sunrise and 360 degrees of photographic opportunity
There is something magical that attracts people to visit the mountains. Perhaps it is the view of the world from high up, a sense of freedom or simply the feeling of being on top of the world.
From a significant height, towns look small, vehicles resemble toys and humans seem insignificant. Another great attraction is the feeling of isolation. As soon as you join a path and start walking further from the crowds, you are at one with nature, and this, to me, is one of the most important aspects of landscape photography.
Not everyone visiting the mountains is a landscape photographer of course...
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 57 of Landscape Photography Magazine.