Jean de Pomereu's Winter Views Capture

By: Jana Pijak - Jun 6, 2014
References: jeandepomereu & butdoesitfloat
These photographs by Jean de Pomereu capture gorgeous views of vast winter wonderlands. The photographs appear washed out and dreamlike, featuring mountain tops, snow mounds and icebergs that are elegantly stoic and powerful in their stance.

The photographer's vivid art pieces have been featured in a book entitled "Vanishing Ice: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art." The book includes an accomplished collection of various winter wonderland photographs that span from the years 1775 to 2012.

The all-white image series embodies a feeling of subtlety and finds beauty in the natural world that surrounds us. Embracing simplicity and minimalism, Jean de Pomereu's portraits capture the essence of snowy topographies and are reminiscent of the scattered scenes that run through our minds as we sleep.