Enchanted by the luminous splendor of nature, California-based photographer Craig Burrows captures one-of-a-kind photos of glowing flora. Burrows uses ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence—a fancy term for a photographic process that employs high-intensity ultraviolet light—to produce pictures of plant-life that appears to glow. Shimmering with light and beaming with color, his series of fluorescent flowers conveys the underlying beauty of the natural world. Each floral photo features a single plant bursting with radiant blooms.
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For folks visiting the Calaveras Big Tree State Park in California, the historic Pioneer Cabin Tree was an icon.
When photographer Patty Waymire stepped off a plane in Alaska, she was brimming with excitement at the prospect of shooting footage of polar bears. These majestic animals conjure up images of frolicking in the Arctic waters and rolling in powdery snow. However, such was not the case as Waymire made her way to Barter Island.
For artist Allison Wilcoxen, nothing is as inspiring as her own “experiences exploring the untouched parts of our planet.
Swedish photographer Göran Strand recently fulfilled a dream by capturing an elusive shot of a lunar fog bow.