Landscape photographer Albert Dros has always found inspiration in the forest. Over the years, he’s come to realize that the wooded areas close to his home make a fantastic muse. These woods are ever-changing and evolving, and they draw him back time and again. In fact, he visits so often that he began to take photos of the same scene at different times of the year.
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.
Japanese photographer Nori Yuasa captures the beauty of the stars in his ongoing series of nighttime images. The landscapes showcase the intensity of the dark sky, which can be eerie, while also highlighting the things that we can only see once the sun has set. Stars are his central subject, but he looks to shoot anything that naturally shines at night—including fireflies and glowing mushrooms.
Norwegian landscape photographer Christian Hoiberg grew up surrounded by nature.
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Getting good photos of the Milky Way is already difficult, yet photographer Ricardo Ghion decided to give himself an additional challenge during his latest photoshoot. He wanted to capture a clear view of the sky as well as the bioluminescence in the waters below. It took a lot of planning and required a challenging setup, but the results were well worth it.
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.
Venture to the Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi, Japan and you’ll find a wisteria tree that’s often referred to as “the most beautiful in the world.” At around 150 years old, the massive tree is stunning when in full bloom. The vertical flowers dangle so far down that they nearly touch the ground and create a purplish-pink cloud that hovers above the grass. Human intervention helps to give Ashikaga’s wisteria tree its stunning appearance.
As one of the most famous—and beautiful—gardens in the world, millions of people flock to Holland’s Keukenhof every year.
Colorado-based landscape photographer Eric Gross has seen a lot of incredible scenery in North America, but nothing prepared him for...