Eduard Gordeev is a talented photographer based in St. Petersburg who takes photos that resemble that of oil canvas paintings. Gordeev uses specific camera and editing work to capture this paint-like atmosphere.
Image credit Slope Point is the southernmost point of the South Island of New Zealand. The area is frequently knocked with strong and chilling winds from Antarctica. Consequently, trees there grow leaning toward the north. The land around Slope Point is used for sheep farming and it remains uninhabited by humans. The distorted mini-forest was…
Artist Willy Verginer lives and works in South Tyrol, Italy. His life-sized figurative sculptures are carved from solid pieces of wood then painted with acrylic paint and often combined with unexpected objects.
Manuela Kulpa is a German photographer who photographs animals in captivity across zoos . Through her photographs she wants to show the beauty, richness and importance of our environment and how it is vital to preserve it. In her latest series entitled “African Souls” Kulpa attempts to capture the soul and beauty of African wildlife.
Kaieteur Falls is a waterfall on the Potaro River in Kaieteur National Park, Guyana. The world’s largest single drop water falls measuring 741 feet. For comparison, Kaieteur is about five times taller than Niagara falls.
The Antirrhinum , commonly known as the snapdragon, is a popular garden plant. The common name “snapdragon”, originates from the flowers’ reaction to having their throats squeezed, which causes the “mouth” of the flower to snap open like a dragon’s mouth. However there is more to this plant than that. Once the flowers have died,…
Igor Laptev is internationally renowned landscape and travel photographer based in Toronto.
Heart of the Dragon Captivating black-and-white photographs of the world’s most majestic ancient trees by Beth Moon. Moon uses three criteria in choosing her photographic subjects: age, size and history.
Brazilian treehopper (image credit) Treehoppers are incredible insects that have evolved to adapt in even the harshest of environments. On their backs they sport outgrowths called helmets, which resemble seeds, thorns, leaves, and even ants.