Dogoda – Dogoda is the Slavic god of the west wind, and of love and gentleness.
He is usually portrayed as a young man with blonde hair.
While he was not considered a major god, he was the only directional wind that was anthropomorphized, expressing the qualities of love and compassion. Dogoda is the gentle god of breezes, the wind that shapes the clouds into pictures and patterns.
– 2021 International Landscape Photographer of the Year Award – Finalist
– 2023 Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers, 1st place ‘Tales of the Wind image series’
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Due to the framed prints being extremely fragile, we encourage you to order paper prints and have them locally framed.
We provide framing services, however we do not ship framed prints.
Framed artworks have to be collected locally in Bronte 2024 NSW.
If you wish to present your print in one of our custom-made frames, please contact us for a special quote.
Rugli Photo provides a Certificate of Authenticity with every art work.
This document declares that each artwork was created and scrutinized by the artist.
Every image was captured on an industry-leading 46 mpx camera with prime lenses and edited on Adobe RGB color-calibrated monitor.
Each artwork is printed on the finest photo paper with an industry-leading Epson 9900 Printer which uses the highest quality printer ink available.
The 100cm or larger artworks receive a numbered certificate displaying the printed image.