Milan Radisics is a photographer and multidisciplinary visual storyteller who has always worked on photo essays or series that tell a story. A Yugoslavian native, he is the mastermind behind Water.Shape.Earth. An ingenious project to let people (re)discover the beauty and the fragility of water through stunning landscapes. 

To do it, aerial photography and storytelling are combined. A way to visually understand the role that water holds. In between abstract and documentarian, the results of the aerial photographs, completed by the shared stories, concretely show how this element shapes the planet and its life. Here, they « highlight its importance in the face of climate change and our destructive tendencies ». To illustrate that idea, multiple places through Europe were taken in pictures, such as Spain, Azerbaijan, Iceland, and Italy.

Because stories begin with chapters, this story does not escape the rule and is articulated around seven big chapters : ‘The beginning of the end’, ‘Vains of earth’, ‘Lagoons – between water and land’, ‘Waterscapes’, ‘Coexistence’, ‘Human print’ and ‘Dry planet’.

To read the stories and learn more about the project, visit the website. To see more, visit their Instagram