Landscape

March 19, 2019

Rare California “Super Bloom” Ignites Rolling Hills with Fields of Fiery Orange Poppies

The city of Lake Elsinore is a modest community of about 66,000 people but it has recently seen its foot traffic nearly double. More than 50,000 people from around the world trekked 70 miles southeast of Los Angeles to this picturesque locale in order to witness the recent super bloom in Walker Canyon. This rare phenomenon, caused by above-average rainfall, produced vibrant orange poppies on the Temescal Mountains.

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February 6, 2019

Dreamy Landscapes at Night Inspired by Space, Stars, and Video Games

In his stellar body of work, photographer Daniel Greenwood creatively combines three of his lifelong fascinations: space, stars, and video games. Inspired by this trio of muses, he captures mesmerizing shots of otherworldly landscapes. In each of his dazzling photographs, Greenwood showcases the beauty of the earth after dark. With subjects ranging from waterfalls and lakes to sunflowers and succulents, these photos illustrate the diversity of the natural world.

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January 29, 2019

Photographer Captures the Feeling of Being Small in the Face of Nature

Italian landscape photographer Gustav Willeit captures the silent tranquility and majesty of Mother Nature in his series PERAT II. From the mammoth mountainscapes of the Italian Dolomites to the vast glacial seas of Iceland, each photo features a solo human silhouette, representing mankind’s fragility in the face of nature. Each mesmerizing shot is framed with a human figure in the distance, with their back to the viewer.

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