Professor Todorov's Riverbed Photo Look Like a Painting of Trees
Friday, September 04, 2015
DAILY MIRROR (UNITED KINGDOM) -- It looks like a wintry forest — but this aerial photo shows a three-mile system of dried-up rivulets in a parched lake. The ‘magical’ patterns cover a length of up almost three miles and have emerged because the dry lake has left a pattern in the lake bed which look like trees. The patterns in the Mojave Desert, California were snapped at 3,000 feet by flight instructor Jassen Todorov – who’s clearly branching out into photography. Not only this but talented Jassen is also a concert violinist and professor of Music at San Francisco State University. He has even had exhibitions at Chicago O'Hare Airport and the Heathrow Express Subway in London.