She Returned With Mindblowing Photos To Silence Her Critics

She captured an interplay of nature with children!

She Returned With Mindblowing Photos To Silence Her Critics

Polish photographer Kapuschinsk invited wrath of critics as she clicked faceless photographs which showed natural surroundings. 

But clicking pictures of nature came naturally to her as she grew up in Kielce, Poland, a picturesque city bordering the rolling hills.

Criticism did not dampen her spirits, though. Taking it up as a challenge, Kapuschinsk shot photographs showing her children in natural surroundings which finally won her the praise.

Check photographs below to see how she captured an interplay of nature with children.

1. Magic of light and shade. Watch the effect of sunlight falling on boy's face

A boy moves towards sunlit space

Note the child's natural pose too.


2. A beautiful photo showing child on a snowy evening

Boy in snow-clad surroundings

The photo captures nature's calmness too.

3. Cycling on a rainy day is a fun-filled activity.

Boy cycling on wet road

It also makes a beautiful photo frame.

4. The serenity of this picture is indescribable!

A serene picture

Sunset paints the surroundings in different hues.

5. Her son holds his toy aircraft against the dark, hovering clouds.

A boy out to play in open

The idea of fun for a child is truly the purest and most innocent one...

6. Running through the woods at sunset...

A boy in woods

It's commendable that the photographer captured some beautiful moments as children were out to have fun.

7. Some photos can be mindblowing without showing humans.

A moonlit jungle

Nature at its best. Natural settings do all the magic!

8. Walking through green pastures...

Boys out in open

It is this peaceful life which most humans crave for.

9. Watching the world through a window...

A child looks out of window

With such beautiful photos, it's no surprise that the photographer silenced her critics..

10. And we're convinced of her style as well.

Two little girls stop sideways

These were some of the best photos that exploit the beauty of the settings to the fullest

Do you also like Kapuschinsk's photos?