Colorado-based landscape photographer Eric Gross has seen a lot of incredible scenery in North America, but nothing prepared him for what he found during his first visit to a lake in his own backyard. Tucked between snow-covered Rocky Mountains, this quiet respite revealed something unexpected. As he walked along the shoreline, he became fixated on icy waves that reflected the landscape on their sleek surface.
The island of Madeira is known for its dramatic landscape, which includes rugged mountains, volcanoes, and rocky beaches.
Inspired as a child by the adventures of Jacques Cousteau, German photographer Tobias Friedrich feels right at home underwater.
Photographer Heiko Gerlicher has always had a love for the forest. In fact, it’s such an inspiration that it’s the landscape photographer’s main subject. His latest series Hoar Frost allows snow-covered trees to become shining stars, as their icy leaves create marvelous patterns. A look at his portfolio is like stepping into a magical winter wonderland plucked from a fairy tale.
When Sarah Hodges looked out her window on the night of February 11, she saw a spectacular sight.
The ocean has always been a part of photographer Luke Shadbolt‘s life.
Photographer Sebastian Müller spent ten days in Iceland, driving over 3,000 miles through the Highlands to take in the incredible scenery. Using his drone, he was able to capture incredible aerial views of the famous landscape, taking advantage of the different colors and textures produced by the country’s geothermal activity. The results are sweeping, dramatic images that once again prove why Iceland is a favorite playground of photographers.
Russian photographer Svetlana Kazina has a deep love of nature.
Nearly 850 landscape photographers from around the world submitted their best work to the 2019 International Landscape Photographer of the...
Photographer Adrian Klein captures the beauty of the natural world through thoughtful shots of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. A serious outdoor enthusiast, he traverses landscapes for hours in order to craft perfect compositions. When he’s done shooting, the results are striking portraits showcasing colorful florals and fascinating textures that are sometimes overlooked by the average passerby. Klein’s love of nature began when he was young.
Inspired by the beauty of our planet, Hungarian photographer Gábor Nagy loves discovering new locations for his work.
The Shark Bay World Heritage site in Western Australia is one of most colorful and diverse landscapes in the world.