Adventure photographer Tomasz Furmanek documents some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world, all from the seat of his kayak. For the past three years the 41-year-old photographer has been capturing images of the remarkable fjords and waterways running throughout Norway, from the spectacular Lofoten Islands to the serene Sotra.
Originally from Poland, he moved to Norway at the age of 6 and ever since he has been understandably captivated by the country’s awesome natural beauty. Based in Bergen, the photographer typically takes short trips after work to the fjords, close to his home, and ventures on longer kayak expeditions during the weekends. He uses a helmet-mounted Gopro and a small Sony compact camera on the front of his kayak to take these breathtaking landscapes. GoPro even used one his great photos in a promo-piece.
Furmanek plans to carry on kayaking in other countries after he has finished exploring Norway, and will hopefully continue to share his awe-inspiring POV photography.
If you’re looking for more Norway adventure check out this fantastic time-lapse film.
All photos courtesy of Tomasz Furmanek