春のストライプ🌸 桜とネモフィラのコラボ♪ ピンクとブルーのストライプが 清々しく心をより癒してくれた😆💓 福岡県 海の中道海浜公園 pic.twitter.com/AaIdYK1HwK — puraten10 (@puraten10_japan) April 7, 2019 Nature produces the greatest color combinations. A Japanese photographer known as Puraten10 recently showcased this fact when he posted a series of landscape shots featuring cherry blossom (aka sakura) trees blooming next to Nemophila flowers, which have the nickname of “baby blue eyes.
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目黒川の桜をドローンで撮ると「都会のド真ん中に突如現れた花道」感が出るのでおすすめです。#桜 pic.twitter.com/JVv5SxVmL8 — Rei Hanada｜ドローンフォトグラファー&広告クリエーター (@0hana613) March 31, 2019 Spring is a magical time to be in Japan. It’s when the cherry blossoms, aka sakura, start to bloom. The trees, which are prevalent in cities like Tokyo, explode with tiny pink flowers that bring a whimsical feel to the urban landscape. Drone photographer Rei Hanada took advantage of this picturesque sight and captured incredible aerial images of the bushy cherry blossoms lining the banks of the Meguro River.
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Professional landscape photographer Anton Gorlin loves to share his tips and tricks for capturing all environments.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by ABC News (@abcnews) on Mar 20, 2019 at 12:25pm PDT Spring is here to melt away the winter blues, and that includes thawing the thick layer of ice that covers Lake Michigan. As of March 8, 2019, 56% of the Great Lake was covered in ice, and now it’s slowly breaking into chunks that look like beautiful shards of glass.
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We’ve all seen countless photos of the Aurora Borealis; so dazzling are the spectacular lights that photographers flock to photograph them. But you’ve never seen anything quite like this image from photographers Jingyi Zhang and Wang Zheng. Take in Iceland, the array of green lights actually take on the shape of a giant dragon. Zhang, a Perth-based student studying jewelry design, clearly has a passion for astrophotography.
Understanding light is an important part of photography, but do you really know why?
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