An amazing feet of nature: Photographer snaps feet and legs in front of stunning landscapes

A photographer has used his FEET to showcase the scale of some of nature’s most amazing feats.

Summit of Mount Bowlen, Looking at Mount Temple and Moraine Lake, Banff/Kootenay National Parks, AB/BC, Canada

Summit of Mount Bowlen, Canada

Snapper Paul Zizka – renowned for his epic selfies in front of auroras and giant mountains – includes his feet or legs in a number of his latest works.

The shots feature the likes of tranquil lakes, breath-taking mountain drops and glowing sunsets.

Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Paul, from Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, revealed the addition of his limbs helps create a sense of perspective in the scenes.

The 36-year-old photographer shoots most of his works in the Canadian Rockies, and plans to continue the series throughout his travels.

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His unique photography style has seen the adventurer gain more than 285,000 followers on Facebook.

He said: “For me, the inclusion of my legs or feet in the frame gives a sense of perspective.

Summit of Mount Chephren, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Summit of Mount Chephren, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

“Quite often the camera can take that sense of scale out of the image or will make those heights appear much less severe than they really are.

“I like to try and bring back that wow factor and re-create the sense of vulnerability amongst the scene.

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“By showing my feet, I also aim to show the scene exactly as it’s seen through my eyes, hopefully making the image relatable and perhaps inspiring others to experience a similar view.”