The Beauty and Pain of Love – Martin Stranka (15 pics)

I Was Falling High

Martin Stranka is a Czech artist and photographer who asks us to experience the beauty and pain of love. It’s those times in our life when we’re consumed by our heartache and grief, when we feel as though no one could understand what we’re going through. Stranka draws out those personal memories and for, but a fleeting moment, asks us to remember them again. Because even though this was one of the most difficult times in our life, that pain makes us remember how beautiful the love once was.


Reborn


Moments


but I wanted to touch


Undressed


Hope


I Have Been Distant


When It Falls


Since You Are Gone


Night Walk


We Were


More Than This


Behind My Remorse


On The Edge


And Then I Understood

Martin Stranka





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