The air is still and quietness is all around. You look into the distance. The fog is slowly rolling over the mountains. The sun is awakening. Nope, this isn’t just a dream, and no you haven’t died and gone to Heaven. This is Europe, right before the sun rises. Photographer Kilian Schoenberger took these snaps across the continent, with pictures taken in Germany, Austria, France, and the Czech Republic.
South African photographer, Dillon Marsh, has taken a series of photographs of nests. Nests? I hear you ask. That’s right, nests. But no ordinary bowl-lookalike nests that are found in trees. These nests are the homes of Social Weaver Birds, and are usually found wrapped around telephone poles in the land of nowhere, which you […]
If you’re like us, you just can’t see enough amazing lanscape photographs. We love these incredible landscape images that look so surreal that you might have a hard time believing that images in nature like this actually exists. With all the turmoil going on in the world, it’s always refreshing to see beautiful places on […]
This breathtaking scene was photographed on Rila Mountain in Bulgaria, capturing the essence of a cold winter drive through the snow-covered mountains. The freezing landscape glows blue as a lone car passes through an isolated road.
At first glance I thought these cool landscape photos with a train were pretty normal, but taking a second glance, I realized that it’s actually a mini-train which fits into a shopping bag. These photos not only ignite the imagination, but also show Canada’s beautiful landscapes.
Tessa Beligue’s photos are truly some of the most well-composed and stunning photos out there. She finds beauty in the often-stark urban landscape that is New York City at night. Her portraits, in both color and black and white, capture their subject in what seems like happenstance moments that Tessa stunningly freezes in time with her camera for all of us to enjoy. Take a moment, peruse her website, and prepare to get transported by Tessa Beligue’s awesome work.
Matthew Albanese’s landscape photography is simply magical. He shoots everything from underwater life, to frozen landscapes, to lush flowing fields, to wildfires and tornadoes. The mind-blowing part is that he creates these strange worlds by constructing miniature models with amazing detail made out of household items such as cotton, paprika, jelly, plexiglass, steel wool and parsley.
I am a Melbourne-based photographer specializing in portraiture and landscape photography. I love travelling and coming across unexpected subjects: be it landscapes, people, food, buildings or objects. My last body of work explored the weird and wonderful otherworldly environments of Scandinavia. Hopefully India is next.
Wyatt Gallery is a person, not a place. I met Wyatt almost eight years ago through an ex-girlfriend. Since then, we have traveled all over the planet, photographing things (mostly natural disasters) together. Our first trip was to Sri Lanka in 2004 in the weeks following the Tsunami. Our most recent trip was just a few weeks ago when we went to Haiti.
Michael Massaia Is a fine art photographer and printmaker whose work focuses on New York City, and New Jersey life and landscape. Massaia specializes in large format black and white photography and large format Platinum/Palladium printing. All of his images are true ‘one shot’ candid scenes that have been pushed to their limit via film developing and printing techniques to reveal the true way each moment was felt. These photos are from his series, Afterlife, which he has spent the last few years working on. [Read an interview with Michael Massaia]
I love the ominous, moody atmosphere of young Swedish-Finnish photographer Martina Lindqvist’s landscape shots. She’s only just graduated from university, but already has the Jerwood Photography Award 2008 under her belt and a spot in the prestigious UK Portfolio Magazine. Much of her work is done in Finland: there’s a real dream-like surreality to the images she captures and a great use of light against dark backdrops.
Photographer Troy Paiva takes beautiful, long-exposure night shots of desolate, American landscapes. Check out his Flickr gallery and a his new book, Night Visions: the Art of Urban Exploration.