“Perfect Darkness”: Foggy Nights and Melancholy Landscapes in Cinematic Photographs by Henri Prestes

"Perfect Darkness": Foggy Nights and Melancholy Landscapes in Cinematic Photographs by Henri Prestes

The moody and melancholic aesthetic that pervades the work of Henri Prestes, a photographer and cinematographer based in Southern Europe, looks and feels exactly like a suspense film… You can almost hear music as you look at them. Continue reading »

Our Endless Numbered Days: Absolutely Magical And Beautiful Forest Photography By Martin Podt

Our Endless Numbered Days: Absolutely Magical And Beautiful Forest Photography By Martin Podt

Fantastic and mystery photos of Dutch forest by Martin Podt, a gifted photographer, forest lover from Holten, Overijssel, The Netherlands. Martin focuses mainly on adventures, outdoors, and nature photography. His main subjects are trees, forests and rural scenery. Continue reading »

Eerie Black And White Photographs That Show London Fog Scenes From The Early 20th Century

Fog at Ludgate Circus, London. November 1922
Eerie Black And White Photographs That Show London Fog Scenes From The Early 20th Century
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London was covered in “fog” at the beginning of the 20th century, culminating in the Great Smog in 1952. The Clean Air Act was implemented in 1956, but the fatalities from the Great Smog are said to have reached 12,000. Here’s a collection of haunting black and white photos of London fog from between 1910s to 1950s. Continue reading »

Extraordinary Black And White Photographs Of London In The Early 1950s

Extraordinary Black And White Photographs Of London In The Early 1950s

Between 1949 and 1953, Robert Frank continually returned to Europe from his new home in New York to take photographs in France, Switzerland, Spain, and Great Britain, photographs that show the development of his uniquely humanist, poetic, and realist eye. Continue reading »

This Hidden Chilling Forest Path Looks Like A Trail To Mordor

This Hidden Chilling Forest Path Looks Like A Trail To Mordor

According to Hungarian photographer Gabor Dvornik: “Strolling near the banks of Donau river near Vác (Hungary) on a foggy morning I found a dark and hidden wooden path which was used a long time ago. Although we say: “never leave the road you know,” I was always curious so I began walking cautiously. Continue reading »