From one family-filled celebration, onto the next—it's officially time to start thinking about the end of the year and prepping for the holidays! To put you in the holiday spirit, we've put together some of our favorite festive photographs of winter scenes. What could be more beautiful than snowcapped mountains and what's more enchanting than a tree covered in lights?
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Eighteen-year-old Swiss photographer Fabio Zingg first became interested in photography during a family vacation two years ago, when he admittedly...
With almost half of both Oregon and Washington State's landmass covered with forests, careful management of this resourceful landscape has always been of paramount importance. And, of course, fire management has long been a duty of the Forest Service in both states. Between 1933 and 1935, the Oregon and Washington Forest Services carried out a landmark project, collecting panoramic photographs from every fire lookout in the region.
Texas based storm chaser Mike Mezeul II was the kind of kid that day dreamed about the clouds.
Felines are known for their aversion to water, but the Bengal cat breed often breaks these stereotypes.
Photographer Niaz Uddin first fell in love with aerial photography when he realized that the high altitude images, captured with a distinct perspective, helped separate him from the saturated photography market. His love for the sky was a perfect match with the genre and he soon found himself hanging out of helicopters to shoot the perfect photo.
Awash in vibrant color, Ty Newcomb‘s contemporary landscape photography is at once familiar and surreal.
Travel photographer Merlin Kafka ventures across the world to capture moments that are as spellbinding as they are beautiful.
German photographer Kilian Schnberger transports viewers to magical, mysterious worlds through his fairytale-inspired series Brothers Grimm's Wanderings. A sequel to his previous series Brothers Grimm's Homeland, this collection of atmospheric photographs shot throughout Central Europe evokes the quiet mood of those old stories. Looking at the haunting images, one can almost imagine a cloaked traveler journeying through fog-filled valleys, deep woods, and remote castles in a quest marked by enchantment and danger.
With huge volcanoes, erupting geysers, grand glaciers, and majestic waterfalls, Iceland has a little something for everyone.
Though she's, in fact, an artist, you wouldn't call Rebecca Clews a painter.