Travel blogger Andy Luten is used to living life on the go. For eight years, Luten has outlined his adventures and given valuable advice to other travelers through his successful blog. But for now, like the rest of us, his life has changed. With the onset of COVID-19, Luten is sticking close to home, but that didn’t stop him from using his creativity.
While spending more time at home these days, Indian photographer Arjun Menon is testing the phrase, “limitation is the mother...
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A morning ritual turned into something much more for Slovakian photographer Jozef Morgoš. Morgoš lives in the central Slovakian region of Turiec and, each morning, he loves to take a wander at sunrise while he sips on a coffee. Inevitably, his journey takes him to his favorite landscape, which is punctuated by a beautiful cherry tree. Inspired by the nature around him, the picturesque tree has become his muse. The result?
Creative duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís find wonder in seemingly ordinary places.
For photographer Navid Baraty, New York City holds special meaning.
Artist Fatemeh Hosein Aghaei highlights the beauty of mesmerizing mosques that encapsulate striking interiors. Focusing on historic Iranian architecture—and specifically the province of Isfahan—the stunning photographs showcase rooms that are awash in dizzying motifs that extend from the floor to the ceiling. Hosein Aghaei will often crop her shots with the camera pointed upward so that the entire composition is filled with the colorful patterns, archways, and domes.
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Photographer Mack Murdoc is always up for a challenge.
When Chechen photographer Amina Arsakova spotted a picture of 11-year-old Amina Ependieva in a shopping center, she was immediately intrigued by the young girl’s unique beauty. This is because Ependieva has two rare genetic conditions: albinism and heterochromia. The former is a condition that reduces the amount of melanin pigment in the skin, eyes, and hair, while the latter is a difference in coloration of the iris.
Backyard astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is known for his spectacular photographs of the moon, but this time he aimed his lens...
Venture to the Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi, Japan and you’ll find a wisteria tree that’s often referred to as...