HomePhotographyGhosts On The Danube Slovakian Photographer With An Eye For Reflections In Water Sződliget is a small Hungarian town east of the Danube, a place most used for transit on the way into Budapest. With most people simply passing through, it’s all the more exciting when somebody finally pays attention. Slovakian photographer Viktor Egyed has done just that. His images capture an icy air of mystery and suspense, as if there’s a ghost hanging over the little village. Mostly, Viktor is preoccupied with the reflected image, creating the effect of a split-screen projection. As such, the shiny surface of water becomes fundamental to his art, using it as a mirror-like instrument that is perfectly still. This stillness is wonderfully encapsulated in Sződliget, showcasing his most recent adventures in photography.