Victor Aerden was born and raised in Belgium, a place he describes as flat and heavily populated. He recently moved to Canada and decided that there would be no better way to discover his new home and landscape than by travelling the country and taking exquisite photographs.
His landscapes of Canada make his audience feel as though they could reach out and touch the beautiful scenery he captures. Any Canadian would be proud to have their homeland displayed in such beauty as Victor Aerden captures in his lens. Some of his most notable landscapes include Mt Assiniboine playing Hide and Seek, Upper Lake, and Lonely Chapel.
Although his photography is generally just of his travels getting to know the vast and underpopulated Canada, there is a professional almost whimsical quality to the images he captures that make Canada seem almost too good to be true. However, it is all here in his beautiful and inspiring photography.