Sweden’s Hidden Beauty – Photography by Suzana Ristic

The profoundly talented Suzana Ristic is another one of my favorite photographers – her ability to transcend time with each image, and invoke such strong emotions with her creativity is a rare find. I find the tones that she uses to be soothing, and her eye for strong compositions always pull me into each photograph. They bring a sense of peace and mystery all at once, and I am thrilled to introduce the Photography Blogger community to her evocative work.

Suzana describes her work below:

Suzana Ristic

“My photography is often related to my dreams, and I try in many ways to capture them in real life.
I have many loves, photography is one of them – it really helps me express how I feel.

I always had a special love for windmills, flowers and the sea.

Living in the south of Sweden keeps me close to the sea and nature. One of the many things I couldn’t imagine changing in my life.”

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

Suzana Ristic

To see more of Suzana’s beautiful work, you can circle her on Google+, or be a part of her widely popular deviantART page.

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  1. The Soul Explorer

    She is a great photographer!

  2. Cardinal Guzman

    Fantastic images.

  3. Yvette

    Her photos are wonderful. I definitely pick up on the dream influence.

  4. ritsa mama

    Very nice. But I have to say that saw that poppies in the first 2 exposures photo as a premade background at Deviant-art.
    I’m sorry but I’m definitely confused.

    The best,
    Ritsa

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