The ancient mountain village of Shatili, in the Georgian Caucasus, used to be the countries first line of defence against marauders form the North. Now it stands, barely inhabited, as a reminder of the regions troubled history. We had traveled for two days form the countries capital to visit the place and were well rewarded. I used a 28mm lens to get this low-angle shot of the village, allowing it to almost burst forth from the surrounding hills.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 6D|
|Copyright:||© Gareth Goldthorpe|