Italian Photographer Captures The Magical Beauty of The Forest From The Bottom Looking Up


Sometimes it pays to look up. Get out of your head, out of your phone, and take stock of the world around you. The has been the motto of Italian photographer Manuelo Bececco, who captures stunning photos of the world above him. 

“In the middle of the woods, I seem to see everything in my own way—giant trees or branches that form barriers, irises of the eyes,” Bececco said. “These are things that I only see in my mind and that I can sometimes turn into photographs.”

Scroll down to see a bird's eye view through Manuelo's lens, and you too will marvel at the world around you.

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