Avid outdoor photographer Paul M. Smith is known for his incredible images of red sprites. These colorful bursts are caused by large-scale electrical discharges that occur high above thunderstorm clouds. Smith’s work is all the more impressive when one considers that sprites were only caught on film for the first time in 1989.
Belgian landscape photographer Sven Broeckx is just a few years into his journey as a creative, but he’s already carved...
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Self-taught photographer Lukas Furlan has shot an eclectic array of enchanting landscapes around the world. While his travels have taken him to jaw-dropping sites like the majestic mountains of Patagonia and the idyllic Icelandic countryside, nothing can compare to his love of the Alps—a setting that has a prominent place in his heart. “I can say that I have a special relationship with these mountains for a very long time,” he says.
Italian photographer Manuelo Bececco captures the quiet beauty of the forest in his stunning landscape imagery.
春のストライプ🌸 桜とネモフィラのコラボ♪ ピンクとブルーのストライプが 清々しく心をより癒してくれた😆💓 福岡県 海の中道海浜公園 pic.twitter.com/AaIdYK1HwK — puraten10 (@puraten10_japan) April 7, 2019 Nature produces the greatest color combinations.
The 8th and final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones premiered on April 14, 2019, and fans around the world have been bursting with excitement. One of those fans is German photographer Kilian Schönberger, who recently paid tribute to the fantasy series with his own, alternative photo story. Aptly titled Winter is Coming, Schönberger’s eerie images were shot in the dark forests and mountain ranges of central Europe. “The story by George R. R.
Nestled near the southern end of New Mexico is White Sands, a National Monument with a landscape that is seemingly...
目黒川の桜をドローンで撮ると「都会のド真ん中に突如現れた花道」感が出るのでおすすめです。#桜 pic.twitter.com/JVv5SxVmL8 — Rei Hanada｜ドローンフォトグラファー&広告クリエーター (@0hana613) March 31, 2019 Spring is a magical time to be in Japan.
Photographer Sarah Bethea‘s love for nature and adventure started at a young age. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, she would spend weekends skiing at Mt. Hood with her family. Over time, she also grew to love photography and has combined both passions, in an effort to send a message about the fragility of our planet.
Professional landscape photographer Anton Gorlin loves to share his tips and tricks for capturing all environments.
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