Ginkgo trees are lauded for their unique yellow leaves that have a graceful fan-like shape. Although beautiful on a branch, it's equally as stunning when the leaves start to fall; they blanket the ground with sunshine. South Korean landscape photographer Dongne Jjisca showcases this magical moment in nature with their landscape images.
Five years after his unfortunate passing, photographer Rodney Smith is being celebrated once again.
As the end of yet another year amidst a pandemic (that just won’t go away)
Photography-based artist Tawny Chatmon is known for her intimate photographic portraits that are often adorned in a gilded splendor reminiscent of a Gustav Klimt painting. However, for her latest series If I’m No Longer Here, I Wanted You to Know, the artist actually drew much of her inspiration from Byzantine art and religious iconography.
Clouds can be pretty gloomy, but these misty creatures by Barcelona-based Vorja Sánchez are particularly ominous.
The late Gordon Parks was a photographer best known for documenting the lives of African Americans from the 1940s to...
Photographer Albert Dros is known for transforming ordinary landscapes into works of art. And his recent series, shot in a foggy forest in Luxembourg, is no exception. The Dark Woods is a series of images that captures the beauty of colorful autumn leaves paired with the mystery of a light fog that rolls through the landscape. As Dros points out, most people don't like fog and find it dreary.
Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy has once again wowed us with his incredible work.
Photography rewards those who keep their eyes open.
British photographer Mark Harvey is best known for his equine photography, but that's slowly changing due to his incredible bird portraits. First spurred by his need to photograph animals close to home during the pandemic, his series of birds in flight continues to evolve. Raptors in Flight is the sequel to his popular Birds in Flight series. Owls, eagles, and other birds of prey are the stars of the show in these new images.
In 2003, German photographer Olaf Otto Becker traveled to Greenland's Ilulissat Icefjord.
Need a good laugh? You’re in luck because the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are here to make us smile.