From The Fields Of Sweden To The Valleys Of Jordan, Felix Odell’s Uniquely Photographed Landscapes


The below images are a series of Stockholm-based photographer Felix Odell’s most captivating landscape shots. From natural environments in countries such as Greece, Norway, and Sweden, Odell’s photography uncovers the dream-like beauty of the Earth’s varied scenery, seemingly untouched by humankind.

There is a melancholic air that permeates through much of Odell’s work, which sits alongside a variety of other photographic categories on his website—including portraits, interiors, lifestyle shots, and still lifes. His imagery captures nature at its most mystifying and placid: a limestone quarry on the Swedish island of Gotland and pine trees beside a still lake in Timrå, depict a stillness where a general lack of human intervention gives the images a grounding atmosphere. Following his usual intuitive process, Odell spent time in these varied locations with his camera, capturing his visual experience in a soft and considered way. Whether its mountain ranges, rocky deserts, the quiet depths of olive groves or the soft expanse of a rasp field, Odell’s work provides the viewer with a connection to these areas that is felt as much as seen.


Sweden, Gotland, Hellvi. Early morning mist over field.


Sweden, Gotland, Stenkusten. Early summer morning.


Jordan, somewhere between Aqaba and Petra. Christmas time, afternoon.


Sweden, Timrå, Lögdesjön. Summer afternoon. Pine trees above a small lake.


Norway, Havöysund. Norway national tourist road. Arkitect: Pushak Arkitekter. Summer, nighttime = midnight sun.


Greece, Parga. Olive grove, summer morning.


Sweden, Stochholm, Rotholmen. Snowy trees in winter.


Sweden, Gotland, Storugns. Summer afternoon, limestone quarry.


Sweden, Igelösa. Rasp field. Misty summer morning.

All images © Felix Odell