Foggy Landscapes of Slovenian Forests by Filip Eremita

Filip Eremita
Filip Eremita is a self taught nature photographer and mushrooms and weather enthusiast based in Slovenia, who shoots a lot of nature, animals and landscape photography.
Slovenia is a land of forests. They cover about 60% of the surface, which means that almost every Slovenian village is located near the forest.
In the distant past, forests covered almost the entire territory of Slovenia to a height of around 1,800 m. Once the first inhabitants have settled, only then the deforestation began. The first settlers used a source of wood for the construction of housing, heating, cooking and many other products, and by cutting it they’ve acquired land for crop production. In the woods they hunted game and picked berries.
- Filip Eremita







1 comment :

  1. Wow! I loved your words and blog writing. The portable wind meters benefits for those who love travelling can't be described in words. It's enormous. I recommend using weather gadgets regularly for safety.

    ReplyDelete