Photographer Dan Zafra from Capture the Atlas is used to traveling to exotic locations to capture his imagery. But his latest weekend adventure took him to a new place that was a little closer to home—the Adirondack Mountains. Located in the northeastern part of New York state, this gorgeous landscape is known as one of the darkest parts of the East Coast.
Landscape photographer Albert Dros has always found inspiration in the forest.
Aerial photography affords us the opportunity to take in the majestic beauty of Earth on a grand scale.
Finnish photographer Mikko Lagerstedt unravels the beauty of his homeland with a series of stunning tree photographs. By using minimalist compositions and playing with light, his images are an otherworldly glimpse into nature. Each tree is highlighted with drama and mystery, drawing the viewer into Lagerstedt's world. The series began in 2018, when Lagerstedt photographed a solitary tree in the middle of Finnish Lapland.
Japanese photographer Nori Yuasa captures the beauty of the stars in his ongoing series of nighttime images.
Norwegian landscape photographer Christian Hoiberg grew up surrounded by nature.
Travel and photography blog Capture the Atlas is known for its spectacular imagery and it particularly loves to share how amazing the cosmos are through breathtaking Milky Way photos. In fact, the site even published a calendar charting the best days and times to photograph the Milky Way to make it easier for photographers to take more stunning photos of our galaxy.
Getting good photos of the Milky Way is already difficult, yet photographer Ricardo Ghion decided to give himself an additional...
Australian photographer Leah Kennedy spent time in a decidedly colder climate when she made the journey to Antarctica.
A morning ritual turned into something much more for Slovakian photographer Jozef Morgoš. Morgoš lives in the central Slovakian region of Turiec and, each morning, he loves to take a wander at sunrise while he sips on a coffee. Inevitably, his journey takes him to his favorite landscape, which is punctuated by a beautiful cherry tree. Inspired by the nature around him, the picturesque tree has become his muse. The result?
Venture to the Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi, Japan and you’ll find a wisteria tree that’s often referred to as...
As one of the most famous—and beautiful—gardens in the world, millions of people flock to Holland's Keukenhof every year.