Traveling Couple Captures Ethereal Images In The Most Unspoiled Places Around The World

Besides being couple goals, Victoria Yore and TJ Drysdale are redefining the traditional travel photography we see on social media every day with their endless passion for exploration and daring to think outside the box. They wander the world in search of the most breathtaking and unspoiled locations to create their fairytale-like stories captured in ethereal images. Continue reading »

Minimalist And Cinematic Drone Photography By Simeon Pratt

Stunning drone landscapes by Simeon Pratt, a gifted commercial cinematographer, and photographer based in Chicago, IL. Simeon focuses mainly on minimalist, cinematography, and drone photography. Continue reading »

Where The Silence Rings: Absolutely Breathtaking Mountains Photography By Max Rive

Max Rive is a talented and creative photographer. He is much inspired from nature so he traveled through the Europe with his camera to capture the nature photos. Continue reading »

Japanese Harry Potter Flies Around The World’s Most Iconic Landmarks On A Broomstick

Most probably, every person who has read the Harry Potter books imagined themselves as a wizard. Wouldn’t it be cool to perform all sorts of magic or to whizz around on a broom? Well, actually, if you think about it, whizzing around on a broom might not be such a good idea after all… Continue reading »

A Globe-Trotting Photographer Has Captured Some Of The World’s Most Beautiful Roads

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Andy Lee’s roads series features picturesque routes running through the likes of Iceland, Wales, England and Scotland. The photographer, 46, began taking pictures for this series in 2013. And since then Andy, from Stackpole, Pembrokeshire, has been travelling the world for the most stunning drives. In searching for the ideal road he often drives miles upon miles in order to find a suitable, remote area. Here: moon sky over Hvammstangi, Iceland. Continue reading »

Photographer Took Photos Of Strangers In The 1970s, And When 20 Years Passed, He Set Out To Find Them Again


Daniel Meadows

Daniel Meadows is a pioneer of contemporary British documentary practice. His photographs and audio recordings, made over forty-five years, capture the life of England’s `great ordinary’. Challenging the status quo by working collaboratively, he has fashioned from his many encounters a nation’s story both magical and familiar. Continue reading »

Outstanding Underwater And Adventure Photography By Sam Kølder

Stunning outdoor landscapes by Sam Kølder, a talented self-taught photographer, adventurer, and filmmaker from Los Angeles who currently lives and works in Eugene, Oregon. Sam focuses mainly on travel, adventures, and lifestyle photography. Continue reading »

Photographer Fell In Love With Iceland And Moved There To Capture Its Captivating Nature

According to Lesley Brügger: “Growing up in the beautiful country of Switzerland, I never really was into nature photography. I was almost blind to the beauty that I called home. Somehow I always knew I would move somewhere else one day. I always felt drawn to the Nordic countries and Iceland was on my “want to visit one-day” list. Continue reading »

A Landscape Photographer Turned The Camera On Himself To Take A Set Of Incredible Selfie While Visiting Some Of The World’s Most Beautiful Destinations

Paul Zizka from Alberta, Canada, has been a photographer for nine years, and thought that featuring in his own pictures would emphasize the nature surrounding him and create a more unique shot. Continue reading »

87-Year-Old Collector Gathered 110 Fighter Jets In His Chateau In France

The Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune, nestled in the rolling hills of Burgundy’s wine country, is the last place you’d expect to find a fighter plane which once had atomic bombs strapped expectantly under its wings. Continue reading »

The ‘Disappearing’ Beauty Of Greenland In Photographs By Albert Dros

According to Albert Dros: “Greenland is hot! Quite literally. Summer this year has been one of the hottest summers in Greenland. The icecap is melting faster than ever before. The current melt was only predicted to happen in 2070. And with 50 years ‘ahead of schedule’ it will only get worse. But Greenland is also ‘hot’ in another way. Continue reading »

Subterranean Amusement Park Located 400 Feet Underground In A 17th Century Salt Mine

This isn’t your average amusement park, not by a long shot. The Salina Turda Durgău is located an incredible 368 feet underground in Transylvania. Continue reading »

Here Are The Most Interesting Things This Geologist Found On Google Earth

Traveling can be expensive and there’s only so much places you can visit before you run out of money. However, there are still ways to explore the world without leaving the comfort of your seat – like, for example, using Google Earth. Continue reading »

Amazing Pics From Kyoto “Bullet Tour” Show No Matter How Tight Your Schedule, You Should Go

Breathtaking images from a skilled photographer show that even one day in Japan’s former capitals is enough for unforgettable beauty. Continue reading »

“A Colorful Day Out To Coney Island”: Color Photographs Of A Summer’s Escape From New York City In 1948

Back to the good old days, Coney Island was a place where the straight-talking working class lapped up the fun in an America founded on security and purpose. This was confident, snooty-free America, the antithesis of knowing, sneery European high-brow culture and the affected, needy good taste that thrills only to exclude. Boy, was it fabulous. Now we go back to see Coney Island on a summer’s day in 1948. Continue reading »