In northern India lies Ladakh, a territory full of high-altitude plateaus, lakes, and mountain ranges. Within the oft-contested Kashmir region, it is one of the few places in the country where a photographer might encounter frozen lakes and extreme winter weather. IT professional and landscape photographer Venkitesh Ramachandran has made it his goal to photograph India's hidden gems—among them Ladakh in winter.
Pure magic—that is how photographer Michael Shainblum describes New Zealand.
In a bid to show his admiration for his grandma, Japanese photographer YASUTO has been capturing heartwarming photos of his...
Have you ever thought about how or when insects sleep? Because they are buzzing around at all times of day, you might not have given it any thought. But as nature photographer Joe Neely shows, bees do, in fact, go to sleep. He captured an adorable photo of two globe mallow bees napping in a colorful globe mallow flower.
Amateur photographer Laura Rowe was simply out on a Sunday drive around East Texas with her boyfriend when she happened...
The “Ring of Fire” annular eclipse happened over the weekend, but unless you happened to be in a remote part...
The fields and forests of southern Europe have a cinematic quality. From mountains to villages, photographer Henri Prestes has traveled southern Europe photographing landscapes with a fantastical quality. The Portuguese fine art photographer's work includes a few scattered humans—lonely figures who almost seem part of the melancholy landscapes around them. His series The Velvet Kingdom is an ongoing exploration of these moody, majestic landscapes.
In Japan, the beginning of spring is famously marked by the arrival of pink cherry blossoms.
Mount Merapi is the most active volcano in Indonesia, frequently spewing lava and ash from its mouth.
Australian photographer Jason De Freitas is known for his analog astrophotography. While shooting the stars on film may seem daunting, it's not as hard as you'd think. Recently, De Freitas took the time to break down his process for photographing a lunar eclipse on film. These days, with most photographers working digitally, this type of image is simply composited together in Photoshop. But for De Freitas, who works in-camera, this wasn't an option.
Each year, the California Academy of Sciences asks photographers to submit their best photos to showcase the Earth's biodiversity.
Arkansas-based storm chaser and photojournalist Brian Emfinger loves getting close to Mother Nature.