What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Couple Goals


Bartosz Oler

The other day, I was working at my desk when the Google home device next to my laptop cycled to the owl photograph above, and I completely forgot what I was doing. Happily, I managed to scribble down the photographer’s name before the picture changed. Bartosz Oler was the name on the photo, and a little research revealed that Bartosz is half of the photography duo known as The Olers. He and his wife, Aleksandra Wysocka-Oler, travel the world taking wonderful nature photos.

Alas, their website didn’t tell me anything about the pair, but judging by the success of their photography collaboration, I think they must be pretty happy people! Since I couldn’t find out any details about these talented artists, we’re just going to just enjoy their work without further yammering on my part.

You can see all of the Olers’s breathtaking photos on their website and on Instagram and Flickr. (They also have a secondary Instagram account that shows their behind-the-scenes photos. Give it a look!)

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

5 thoughts on “Couple Goals

  1. To take photographs takes time to get it just right, which they sure do. When I was living in my RV and attempting to camp in all ower 48 states, I took snapshots just for memories. A few times I actually used my skill and took good photographs. Never have dividend them out. I really enjoyed today’s post and I bookmarked their page. Hal

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  2. Stunning photographs. I am struck by how beautifully they handle light.

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