Landscape Photography

January 21, 2021

Ethereal Ice Bubbles Emerge at the Surface of a Mystical Lake in Hokkaido, Japan

Nature is full of spectacularly beautiful sights, and some naturally occurring phenomena are so awe-inspiring that it’s hard to believe your eyes. One such marvel takes place during the cold winter months at Lake Nukabira in Hokkaido, Japan. The serene surface of the lake becomes covered with frosty ice bubbles that extend across the enchanting view in large swaths.

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December 15, 2020

Surreal Moon Photo Looks Like a Giant Eye Peeking Through Rock Arch in the Desert

At the end of October, photographer Zach Cooley ventured to Arches National Park in Utah. There, he captured a surreal sight: a full moon framed by the North Windows Arch that makes it look like a giant eye in the sky. In brilliant single-exposure photos, the beguiling visual is almost too perfect to be real. Cooley’s incredible images represent a lot of planning on his part.

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November 6, 2020

Stunning Landscape Photo Captures the Incredible Ever-Changing Weather of Iceland

The small country of Iceland is renowned for its natural beauty and a diverse landscape that includes volcanoes, mountains, and geysers. Due to its location, this island also has a remarkably active climate. Moscow-based photographer Mikhail Shcheglov traveled to Dyrhólaey Cape in South Iceland and managed to capture a mesmerizing change in the weather. While sunshine falls on plants in the foreground, a large rainbow appears from dark, stormy clouds, framing the coast.

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October 14, 2020

Landscape Photographer Albert Dros Shares the Secrets of His Success [Podcast]

Have you ever looked at a photographer's Instagram feed and wondered how they got so lucky to travel the world and do what they love? We were curious to learn more about what it takes to be a full-time photographer and have your work go viral, so for the inaugural episode of the Top Artist Podcast we sat down with Dutch landscape photographer Albert Dros.

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