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Low tide at blue hour reveals a muddy riverbed of fishbone shaped streams in the middle of a small, but unique part of the salt marsh located at the end of the Betanzos Estuary, near Coruna in northern Spain.
Photographer, artist, designer and visual storyteller. Hi combining fine art photography and photojournalism.
His most intriguing topics are the interaction between nature and humans, and the consequences on the environment. From the air or from the ground level.
Milan is multi-awarded National Geographic contributing photographer and he is the overall winner of 37th Hungarian Press competition and awarded on the 76th and 77th POYI with his ongoing long-term project Water Shapes Earth.