Photographer Oleg Grigoryev, like many of us, is a man who enjoys traveling, hiking and camping. Unlike many of us, his latest endeavors have taken him through the Fann Mountains of Tajikistan, where he captured a simple yet beautiful series of wanderlust-inducing images aptly titled Morning Views From the Tent.
As you could probably guess from the title, the photos in the series chronicle Grigoryev’s travels from a first-person point of view as he peers through the un-zipped flap of his tent each morning.
As he moved from location to location, the series shows the beautiful terrain he was crossing in Tajikistan’s mountains, showcasing everything from bright blue lakes to snow-clad mountains. And, of course, no tent-flap landscape would be complete without Grigoryev’s terrain-torn legs and feet helping to frame the shot.
The series is both playful and beautiful, and while it’s not a new idea, it gives us an interesting POV perspective at what it’s like to hike some of the most beautiful terrain mother nature has to offer. Fortunately for us, we don’t have to deal with whatever it is that keeps destroying the poor guy’s feet!
To see more of Grigoryev’s work, head on over to his website by clicking here.
(via My Modern Net)
Image credits: Photographs by Oleg Grigoryev and used with permission