Photographic expedition to the mesmerizing Lofoten Island in winter!
Nestled within the Arctic Circle, Lofoten Island, located in Norway, is a haven for photographers seeking ethereal landscapes and captivating winter scenes. This project aims to explore and document the island’s snow-capped peaks, frozen fjords, and quaint fishing villages, encapsulating the serene ambiance that blankets the region during winter.
Cedric, from Geneva, is a passionate and experienced photographer. His love of photography began in the 1980s when he acquired his first analogue camera. He switched to digital in the 2000's. In 1987, he made his first epic trip to the Sahara. This experience was a real turning point that reinforced his love of photography and travel. He went on to live abroad for more than twenty years and traveled to many countries, eager to find new inspirations and captivating stories to tell through his images. What sets Cedric's photography apart is his exceptional ability to capture the beauty and essence of his subjects with uncommon sensitivity. Whether capturing moments of everyday life, architectural structures, portraits of people or animals, he excels in the art of freezing the moment. His eclectic portfolio highlights his remarkable work with Buddhist temples in Cambodia, the majestic migration of zebras in Kenya and the adorable presence of king penguins in Antarctica.
All images and text © Cedric Favero
By Cedric Favero
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