Changing of seasons in Sweden with a bird’s-eye view

Tobias Hägg Sweden photos

Tobias Hägg is a visual creator and photographer who has become a viral success on Instagram posting under the name ‘Airpixels‘. Born in Eskilstuna, Sweden, Tobias is best known for his incredible aerial shots of nature. With a following of over 40,000 people, Tobias uses a drone to capture everything from landscapes to oceans. His love for landscape photography and unique talent for capturing still life, allows Tobias to see the beauty in everyday locations overlooked by many. Photographer Tobias Hägg captures the different seasons of the year in his native Sweden with the help of drones. He photographed landscapes near his home in the city of Eskilstuna, as well as in national parks and lake edges Sweden. Now all pictures are in one place. Watch for unforgettable Sweden Nature.

Tobias Hägg Sweden photos Concrete pier, located on a rock promontory on Knappelskär.

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden photos Färnebofjärden National Park.

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden photos The pictures of Tobias meet the road, passing through ancient forests.

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden photos Winter Island in Hållsta village in the municipality of Eskilstuna.

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden photos Waters, lost in the impenetrable forests. “This place is called Ingbo Källor, and it is located in the National Park Ost – Tobias explains. Trees and nature are absolutely pristine and the water color changes depending on the time of year. This photo was taken in early spring, but the water will acquire with time a more natural shade. ”

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos Island of dreams. Beautiful house on the tiny island in Lake Mälaren in Melarbadene.

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos Free therapy. Cape Knappelskär. “It’s an ideal I admire the sunset from the concrete pier.”

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos “This picture was taken on the Stockholm archipelago of Cape Knappelskär».

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos “This picture was taken in my hometown of Eskilstuna. This place is called Sotsjön. The tiny house is surrounded by beautiful nature and lake.” Färnebofjärden National Park.

 

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos Tobias Hägg Sweden drone photos

 

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