Japan is filled with natural wonders, but there is one in particular that is the muse of photographer Yasuto Inagaki. Mount Tate, or Tateyama, stands tall above Toyama Prefecture. Along with Mount Fuji and Mount Haku, it is considered one of the country's Three Sacred Mountains. It's a favorite spot for Inagaki to photograph, and recently he was rewarded with a special view.
Photographer Mitch Dobrowner is known for his artistic storm photography.
From over 4,500 entries, 100 images were selected for their quality in the 2021 International Landscape Photographer of the Year...
Sulfur is a fascinating element. It is Earth's fifth most common element to be found in the natural world. It typically manifests as a mineral—a sulfide or sulfate. You may have smelled its presence in the “rotten egg” odor of certain natural mineral waters which bubble up from springs. Such springs have long been spa destinations for health and enjoyment, but they can offer incredible, barren beauty as well.
French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer has established a niche for himself in infrared and ultraviolet photography.
Infrared photographer Paolo Pettigiani transformed his road trip across France into a three-week photographic adventure.
Travel posters can help commemorate the great places that people have visited. And for those who have yet to go to a locale, a travel poster can entice them to visit. In the late 1980s, photographer Lynn Radeka came up with the idea of creating posters featuring his black-and-white images of the National Parks in the western region of the United States.
There are some corners of our planet that look like magical fairytales come to life, where one might expect to...
Photographer Captures Neowise Comet, Milky Way, and Northern Lights All in Once-in-a-Lifetime Photo [Interview]
When Stanley Aryanto left his day job to pursue his passion as a photographer, he never could have imagined the...
The Northern Lights are one of Earth's greatest gifts. When this natural light show takes over the sky, it makes for an incredible moment. Unfortunately, these auroras are only visible in certain parts of the world, so that's where photographers come into play. Thanks to them, we're able to enjoy the beauty of the polar lights no matter where we live.
After a long year, the holiday season is a welcome change of pace.
Ginkgo trees are lauded for their unique yellow leaves that have a graceful fan-like shape.