May 14, 2013
A unique universe by innovative Polish photographer Jan Kriwol, that has an inspiring way to manipulate images. Have a look at a part of his collection…
March 13, 2013
AirCraft the Jet as Art by American photographer, architect and graphic designer Jeffrey Milstein, capturing the airplanes when they are preparing for landing. Southwest Airlines Maryland One.
January 29, 2013
These incredible micro-photos of butterfly wings, are a small sample of the impressive work of photographer and biochemist Linden Gledhill. Morpho didius upper wing surface scales. Image © Linden Gledhill. All images used with permission.
February 5, 2012
Photographer Mitch Dobrowner tries to capture the beauty of heavy storms. His work is amazing!
February 1, 2012
Those breathtaking night sky photos of the our Milky Way with landscapes in the foreground, are from the beautiful set “NightScapes”. Utah-based photographer Royce Bair use his experience for over 30 years now, to take these enhanced landscapes against a twilight sky.
January 19, 2012
The Royal Academy of Art in London is featuring an exceptional exhibition of English painter-photographer David Hockney, dedicated to his spectacular landscape works. Above: ‘Winter Timber’, 2009.
November 29, 2011
A massive arched iceberg calved from the Ilulissat Kangerlua Glacier floating on calm seas in Disko Bay along western coastline, setting midnight sun lights on clear summer day in Ilulissat, Greenland. Photographer Paul Souders is the recent winner of the prestigious Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011. He has made a series of expeditions to the most remote places of the planet to photograph icebergs.
June 6, 2011
Two months ago, Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson was invited to the 2011 Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station, a temporary camp built out of plywood on Arctic sea ice.
February 23, 2011
Very favorite for the stereotypes of the German photographer Olaf Otto Becker with landscapes and portraits of Iceland or Greenland. A series entitled “Above Zero” on surface frozen in the world, and climate warming. Olaf Otto Becker
February 5, 2011
Crepuscular rays appear to converge on the sun, anticrepuscular rays converge in the opposite direction and you must have your back to the sun or sunset point to see them. Photographer: Ray Boren