Albert Dros, a Dutch landscape photographer, has released a series of stunning aerial shots of unknown and simply undiscovered canyons in Kyrgyzstan.
Writing about the series Dros stated: “I recently explored a part of Kyrgyzstan that was very much undiscovered. For 6 days I explored the south shore of Issyk Kul lake (one of the biggest lakes in the world). As you may have seen on my previous series about Kyrgyzstan, the country has a wide variety of landscapes ranging from glaciers, lakes, high mountains and canyons. You can find it all in just this one country. For this trip, however, I focused mainly on canyons, most of which were totally unexplored, even by the local population.”
You can find more work Albert Dros here.
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