Photography

July 11, 2020

Photos of Abandoned Churches Display the Decadent Beauty Left Behind in Ruins

Some photographers take pleasure in capturing pristine environments. But for others, their creativity is sparked by photographing the beauty of what once was. This is particularly true for Roman Robroek, who merges his love of photography, travel, architecture, cultural heritage, and adventure by seeking out abandoned buildings. One of his most haunting set of images shows a huge variety of churches across Europe in different states of decay.

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July 9, 2020

Hubble Snaps Incredible Photo of a Faraway Galaxy

One of the largest and most beloved space telescopes in the world, the Hubble Space Telescope has gifted us incredible views since it was first launched into orbit in 1990. NASA regularly treats the public to some of Hubble’s best photographs and a recent image of a faraway galaxy is no exception. It’s truly a feast for the eyes!

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July 7, 2020

This Stunning Photo of an Upside-Down City in the Clouds Is Not Photoshopped

As Mark Hersch approached Chicago’s O’Hare airport in 2014, he never could have imagined what awaited him. While gazing out his window, he snapped what he felt was an “interesting” photo with his iPhone. The result is a surreal image that continues to circulate the internet to this day. At first, this upside-down city in the clouds looks like the work of a digital artist.

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June 29, 2020

Marine Biologist Braves Cold Water to Photograph Little Known Sea Creatures

As a marine biologist and photographer, Alexander Semenov specializes in life underwater. In particular, he focuses on invertebrates, and for over 10 years he’s been deep-sea diving to capture their beauty through his lens. Often exploring cold water as the head of the scientific diving team at the White Sea biological station of Lomonosov’s Moscow State University, Semenov’s work is unforgiving. Braving harsh conditions, he’s able to explore marine life in its natural setting.

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