Peaks Of Europe: Johan Lolos Captures Unique Sceneries In A New Road-trip Photobook

‘Peaks of Europe isn’t a traditional landscape photography book. It’s the result of a 5-month adventure across 17 countries told through the lens of a European travel photographer who took 29 years to finally explore the continent where he was born. Peaks of Europe has been designed for a specific purpose: telling the story of a 5-month road trip and what it takes to be living out of a car for several months, with all the good and bad moments. For this project, I wasn’t just documenting the landscapes. This book features a series of photos with a focus on the storytelling as much as the imagery. At the end, the people I met were what I remembered most. More than 250 pages featuring 200+ photos, many of which are unpublished, that will take you through three major regions of Europe: the North, the Balkans and the Alps. From the Arctic island of Spitsbergen in the Svalbard archipelago, to Greece’s largest island where I walked in the footsteps of my ancestors in Crete, Peaks of Europe showcases the large variety of landscapes that makes Europe so diverse and unique, but not only. As a travel photographer with a fascination for human interactions, I tried to portray different cultures through all the people I met during my journey.’ – Johan Lolos

Peaks of Europe: Johan Lolos captures unique sceneries in a new road trip photobook
Augstmatthorn, Switzerland
Peaks of Europe: Johan Lolos captures unique sceneries in a new road trip photobook
Navagio Beach, Zakynthos, Greece
Peaks of Europe: Johan Lolos captures unique sceneries in a new road trip photobook
Landmannalaugar, Iceland
Peaks of Europe: Johan Lolos captures unique sceneries in a new road trip photobook
Lago Di Braies, South Tyrol, Italy
Peaks of Europe: Johan Lolos captures unique sceneries in a new road trip photobook
Kerlingarfjöll, Iceland

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