The annual Northern Lights Photographer of the Year competition by Capture the Atlas reveals the most amazing aurora borealis or australis photos of the year. Capture the Atlas is a popular travel and photography blog that helps photographers improve their skills, especially in landscape and astrophotography. Continue reading »
The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, is a captivating natural occurrence that draws in travelers, artists, and photographers from all corners of the globe. Continue reading »
The travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published its annual northern lights photographer of the year collection with stunning images from 25 photographers. Coinciding with the northern lights season at the end of the year, it aims to share the beauty of this natural phenomenon.
Spectrum – Vestrahorn, Iceland
“The full spectrum of the northern lights over the iconic Vestrahorn location in Iceland. What a dreamlike experience! A G3 strong geomagnetic storm hit the earth on 31 October and produced these wonderful colours” Continue reading »
Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut for the ESA, is currently aboard the International Space Station. He recently shared some breathtaking images of Aurora Astralis (Southern Lights). Continue reading »
“The Hunt’s Reward” By Ben Maze Tasmania, Australia
Nature is a beautiful place and in these hard times when everything seems kinda sad and dull, it’s always nice to look at some amazing things. These photographers managed to capture one of the wonderful things nature has given us—aurora borealis. This beautiful phenomenon occurs in the high-latitude regions because of the disturbances in the magnetosphere caused by the solar wind. Continue reading »
According to Bored Panda community member named ‘hi’: “Using 35mm black and white film, I wanted to explore the relationship between painting and photography through the use of light. Inspired by the impressionism movement, I aimed to create photographs that would look more like paintings than images, and make the viewer question what they are actually looking at.” Continue reading »
The result can be spectacular when lightsabers and minimalism collide. Former car designer, Octavian Richea, decided to take a radical approach on the classical bike light design. The LUMMA Lights concept challenges the single light method used by bikes today. Continue reading »
Stunning nightscapes by Johannes Heuckeroth, a talented photographer, and designer currently based in Fürth, Germany. Johannes focuses mainly on cityscapes, architecture, urban, and landscape photography. Heuckeroth recently visited Hong Kong to capture stunning nightscapes, architectures, and urban landscapes. Continue reading »
Tantan, a young Japanese creator who counts photography among a list of talents which also include videography, musical creation, music festival management, marketing and modeling, happened to be visiting New York City on a rainy night when he felt compelled to take out his camera. Continue reading »
Photographer Juuso Hämäläinen Captures Breathtaking Photos Of Magical Northern Lights And Landscapes
Spectacular night landscapes by Juuso Hämäläinen, a talented 23-years old self-taught photographer, educator, and adventurer from Tampere, Finland. Juuso focuses mainly on nature, outdoor, and landscape photography. Continue reading »
Tom Dewh is a talented self-taught photographer and retoucher currently based in Los Angeles, California. Tom focuses on portraiture, he shoots marvelous fashion, beauty, lifestyle and moody portrait photography. Dewh uses Nikon D750 camera with Nikon 85mm 1.8 and Sigma 35mm 1.4 lens. Continue reading »
Featuring a special soft touch glow-in-the-dark paint, the design by Hannah Waldron captures the Japanese megalopolis’s towering architecture in a contemporary, slightly abstracted design. Mount Fuji and a star-spangled sky watch over the city on a background of cerulean blue, accented with red and white. Throughout the day, the glow-in-the-dark paint absorbs ambient light, and at night the city’s windows light up. Continue reading »
A bread has some interesting charms. There’re potentials besides just as food. Pampshade is a handmade product made from real bread. Continue reading »
Pripyat is a radioactive ghost town just outside Chernobyl, the site of the infamous nuclear disaster in 1986. Deep within the Exclusion Zone, the city has been permanently evacuated. Because of the contamination, officially you can’t live there, although 200 or so defiant oldster locals still do. They just kept on going back to their houses until the officials gave up. Continue reading »
To help make your nights a little bit brighter, New Zealand based designer David Trubridge and Redwoods Treewalk Rotorua have worked together to create Redwoods Nightlights, New Zealand’s first design-led tourism experience that features a suspended tree walk surrounded by 30 of Trubridge’s custom made light fixtures. Each of the light fixtures included in the treewalk, some of which are over 8 feet tall, were first made in Trubridge’s workshop by him and his team. Continue reading »
Forget beard baubles and glitter beards, hipsters are now opting for twinkling fairy lights as the latest way to add an extra festive touch to chin fuzz in 2016’s hottest Christmas trend. Continue reading »
This is amazing! Created by a London-based architect and designer with Turkish heritage, Umut Yamac, this is the Perch Light family. The light was originally designed in 2014 as a limited edition of 20, but just recently Yamac created this graceful configuration called the Perch Light Family for Moooi, which launched at Salone del Mobile in Milan. The family of lights features six sculptural lamps of origami birds perched on branches – all made out of synthetic paper, brass, and steel. The best part? The birds on the branch swing when touched. Continue reading »
With his series entitled Red Lights, the French photographer Blaise Arnold decided to document the red lights of Parisian cafes through dark and haunting photographs. Blaise Arnold captures unadorned the storefronts of cafes in Paris, Saint-Denis or Nanterre, illuminating the deserted streets like beacons in the night. Continue reading »
“Light Rose Garden” is originated from South Korea, an art installation project featuring 25,000 white roses made of LED lights for Valentine’s Day. Continue reading »
A pair of ice climbers have been snapped in front of a stunning aurora. Mike Stuart and Takeshi Tani were climbing the Athabasca Glacier in Alberta, Canada, when the aurora lit up the nights sky. They were photographed by famed night-time photographer Paul Zizka, who specialises in photographing auroras in some of Canadas most beautiful parks. Continue reading »
Holiday lights illuminate animal figures at the Oakland Zoo in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Nov. 29, 2013. The zoo officially plugged in the lights, sights, and sounds of the season, and until January 5, 2014, hundreds of thousands of sparkling lights will illuminate the night sky to celebrate the holiday tradition known as ZooLights. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) Continue reading »
Lucetta is an innovative set of two small magnetic bicycle lights. Easily attached to several different parts of a bicycle, the two small lights – white for the front, red for the rear – are switched on and off with just one click.
Designed to stay securely in place on even the bumpiest of roads, the lights give the option of a steady, slow or fast flashing beam, also selected with a ‘magic’ interaction.
Once a destination is reached, the lights are easily removed and may be linked together and slip in your pocket. The range of the beam is wide enough to reach vehicles, even if the light is tilted down. Lucetta embodies maximum utility and versatility.
The object is simple; it doesn’t have a technical look but a friendly feature, ‘clean’ and yet a bit mysterious. It is designed to take as little space as possible and to stay with other small personal things of everyday usage – keys, mobile phone, loose change – that ‘inhabit’ our pockets.
The aurora borealis steals the show in this nighttime photograph shot from the International Space Station as the orbital outpost flew over the Midwest recently. Cloud cover makes it difficult to identify the cities that are within the captured area. The spacecraft was above south-central Nebraska when the photo was taken. The angle of the look is northward to northeastward. (ISS030-E-061267 http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/) Continue reading »