Gorgeous And Intriguing Series Of Photographs By Øystein Sture Aspelund Capturing Temporary Installations Of Smoke, Light & Fire, Set In Unspoilt Nordic Landscapes

The series “ÆON” is a collection of temporary installations of smoke, light & fire, set in unspoilt Nordic landscapes. Thematically, the series is examining our relationship with the landscape and natural habitat. It is focusing on how we, as humans, interact with our natural spaces and environments. Raising awareness and presence, the series is aiming to create a symbiosis with the installations and its surroundings, while at the same time reflecting on the so-called anthropocene epoch we live in today. Continue reading »

“Tales From The Thousand Lakes”: Beautiful Nordic Landscapes In Photographs By Julia Kivelä

Fantastic travel landscapes by Julia Kivelä, a talented self-taught photographer who was born and raised St. Petersburg, Russia and currently lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. Julia focuses mainly on landscape, adventure, lifestyle, and outdoor photography. Continue reading »

Artist Imagines What Russian Skies Would Look If They Were In 8-Bit

A Russian artist turns typical Russian landscapes into 8-bit art. Here are some of their works. He calls the project “8-bit Skies” over Russia. “The broken pixel” community decided to fantasize a bit, and this is what happened… Continue reading »

Vintage American Landscapes By Michael Eastman

Michael Eastman is a talented American self taught photographer, who was born in 1947 in St. Louis, MO. He has spent thirty years capturing the essential nature of his subject. Eastman has established himself as one of the world’s leading contemporary photographic artists. He has had numerous gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Edwynn Houk Gallery and at the Michael Hoppen Gallery. Continue reading »

Catzillas: Giant Cats In Urban Landscapes

Indonesian artist Fransdita Muafidin publishes a series of photomontages with kittens and fat adult cats among the urban landscapes from around the world. Continue reading »

Amazing Cyberpunk And Post-Apocalyptic Urban Landscapes By Justin Leduc

Justin Leduc is a multi-talented photographer, web developper and digital artist currently based in Toronto, Canada. Justin received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Interactive Media) from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He shoots fantastic urban, abandoned and dystopian urban landscapes. Continue reading »

Frozen Landscapes Tell A Winter’s Tale In New Photographs By Kilian Schönberger

German photographer Kilian Schönberger (previously) is known for capturing otherworldly images of his natural surroundings. His latest series, Winter’s Tale, was shot in the mountain ranges of Germany and central Europe and showcases the desaturated, hushed landscapes of snow-covered forests. Continue reading »

Photographer Christoffer Relander Captures Colorful Landscapes In Jars

Photographer Christoffer Relander has released a series of beautiful photos showing colorful landscapes inside glass jars. The photos aren’t the result of Photoshop — each is an in-camera double exposure captured with a Nikon D800E. Continue reading »

Artist Replaces Billboards With Photos Of The Landscapes They’re Blocking

In a cinematic experience animated by driving along Gene Autry Trail, viewers will encounter a series of billboards featuring photographs of the very mountains towards which they are heading. Each photograph is unique to its position along this route and at a certain point as one approaches each billboard, perfect alignment with the horizon will occur thus reconnecting the space that the rectangle of the billboard has interrupted. Continue reading »

Drone Distortions: Manipulated Landscapes Warp And Bend Upon Themselves

Gazing at any one of these stretched-out, gravity-defying landscape photos, you feel like you’re at the pinnacle of a rollercoaster, about to zoom down to ground level. Except instead of being elevated on an artificial track, you’re on flat ground, positioned at the high end of a nearly 90-degree angle with no care for gravity. Turkish artist Aydin Büyüktas (previously featured) warps American landscapes, nearly doubling them in half to show multiple perspectives at once. Continue reading »

Minimalist Graphic Light Sculptures Turn Night Landscapes Into Alien Terrain

Glowing geometric objects illuminate pristine, unforgiving landscapes in Lucid, a short film by German collective 3hund. The shapes are anachronistic yet beautiful, complementing their rugged surroundings and turning harsh the terrain into ethereal alien worlds punctuated by light geometries. Though they look manipulated, every shot is a physical installation created by positioning electroluminescent light shapes and wires in the wild. Continue reading »

Step Inside The Apocalyptic Landscapes Of Nevada Ghost Town


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Images of an American ghost town that was home to gold mines and features a plane which crashed during the filming of 3000 Miles to Graceland starring Kevin Costner and Kurt Russell reveal the remnants of the once thriving location. Continue reading »

Daredevil Japanese Photographer Explores Urban Landscapes From A New Perspective

Tatsuto Shibata is a talented young self-taught photographer and student, who was born in Kasumigaura-shi, Ibaraki, Japan and currently lives and works in New York. Tatsuto shoots a lot of cityscapes, streetscapes, landscapes and portrait photography. Shibata travels across the globe capturing stunning urban photos. He studies Management at LIU Brooklyn. Continue reading »

Photographer Shares His Favourite Shots Of The Landscapes Of England

Dave Zdanowicz, a prominent landscape photographer from the north of England, here shares his favourite shots from this year. This series brings together photos from January to last month, displaying the fine range of English seasons he has documented.


Bradford under starry skies on January 9, 2016. (Photo by Dave Zdanowicz/Rex Features/Shutterstock) Continue reading »

Navigate The Snowy Landscapes Of Mongolia With Reindeer Herding Family


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Purev’s reflection is perfectly captured in the icy water in Altai Mountains, Mongolia, September 2016. Navigate the snowy wilds of Mongolia with this nomadic reindeer herding family. Photographer Joel Santos dived 1000km into the depths of Northern Mongolia to visit the Ganbaa family near Khovsgol Lake. Despite only being able to spend three days in the Tsaatan familyÌs camp, Santos travelled for four days to reach them – three driving and one on horseback – before repeating the epic journey to return home. Travelling with an interpreter and a fellow photographer from Màràn, Mongolia, the photographer met the Ganbaa family, led by matriarch Purev who lives with Buyantogtokh, a widowed reindeer herder. Continue reading »