Amateur photographer Laura Rowe was simply out on a Sunday drive around East Texas with her boyfriend when she happened upon a spectacular scene. What started out as a normal day transformed into something much bigger when Rowe photographed an electrifying image of storm clouds appearing ready to explode thanks to reflected light from the sunset.
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.
In Japan, the beginning of spring is famously marked by the arrival of pink cherry blossoms. And in summer, there’s an equally beautiful phenomenon. June and July is firefly (or hotaru) season, when many people flock to rural areas and forests to catch a glimpse of the bioluminescent bugs. Japanese photographer Usadadanuki witnessed the magical event and shared his fantastic images online.
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.
Each year, the California Academy of Sciences asks photographers to submit their best photos to showcase the Earth's biodiversity. The winners and finalists of the 2021 BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition highlight the beauty of nature, as well as its struggles. Originally appearing in bioGraphic, the winning photographs are a sight to behold. Photographer Jo-Anne McArthur won the grand prize for her photo Hope Amidst the Ashes.
Arkansas-based storm chaser and photojournalist Brian Emfinger loves getting close to Mother Nature.
For a little over five years, Jocelyn Anderson has been photographing birds as a way to connect with and learn...
Landscape photographer Albert Dros continues to make good use of his time while curbing his international travel. As with most people, Dros has been forced to stay close to home this year, but that hasn't slowed his creativity. His latest portfolio is an homage to the beauty of springtime in the Netherlands. By showing off his home country, Dros reminds us that sometimes the best photographs don't require traveling very far.
Documentary camera and drone operator Josh Forwood specializes in capturing wildlife, science, and adventure footage.
A sight to behold, the Milky Way has long been a source of fascination for photographers.