Fog and Forest by Fidan Nazim Qizi

The total forest area of Azerbaijan is 1,021,880 ha or 11.8% of the country’s area.The forest biomes consist of temperate deciduous forests, temperate broadleaf and mixed forests, temperate coniferous forests and riparian forests. Specialists estimate that in the 8th-9th centuries the forest cover was around 30-35%, most of it situated in mountainous areas.
While as a whole, Azerbaijan is a country with modest forest cover, the forest cover is unevenly spread across the country. In the low-lying areas, the forest cover is very sparse, also due to the fact that the precipitation is too low for trees and forests to grow in most of these areas; whereas in many mountainous areas, the forest cover is much greater especially in wetter areas

Nikon D3100 with 18-55mm | Exposure 1/200 sec @ f/6.3 | Focal Length 210mm | ISO 100

Award Winner
Photo of the Day

Award Date
December 13, 2018



Value 11
Clarity 11
Composition 16
Style 12
Skill 10

Award Category
Nature Photography

Photograph Location

Born in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan, Fidan Nazim Qizi lives in Baku, but travels often to other countries. She loves nature and mountains, as well as doing hiking. She started taking her first black and white photos when she saw the works of amazing photographer Vivian Maier. She is the reason Fidan chose to shoot in black and white medium. Fidan likes photography so much, because she believes photography can give us energy, feelings, and inspiration in life.

Current Location
Baku, Azerbaijan




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