Tag Archive: Landscape photography

Lake Superior’s Incredible Ice Caves

image source Thousands of years ago glaciers sculpted the sandstone into amazing cliffs towering over Lake Superior, Apostle Islands. During summer, the caves are inaccessible and can be viewed only from the water.… Continue reading

Dramatic Black & White Landscapes

A collection of  monochrome impressive landscapes shot by British photographer Andy Lee .

Kutkhiny Baty – The stone valley in the middle of green mountains

Photo credit Kutkhiny Baty is a pumice rock formation outcrop located 4 kilometres from the source of the River Ozernaya (Lake Kurile), near the southern tip of the Kamchatka peninsula, Russia. The Kuthiny… Continue reading

Bali Seascapes

Bali is famous for its varied landscape of rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture.… Continue reading

Mount Etna Volcano in its snowy glory

Italian landscape photographer Lukas Furlan captured these fantastic photographs during his 9 day trip to the Mount Etna, an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, Italy. 

Sunrise and sunset in Transylvanian Mountains

Alex Robciuc waited a few month for a perfect spring weekend, with the perfect weather to hike up the Transylvanian Mountains, and take some photos at sunrise and sunset over the village of… Continue reading

Scenic Hongshilin carbonatite cluster in China

Hongshilin carbonatite cluster in Guzhang County – the only red carbonatite cluster in the world – formed in the Cambrian Period, has a history of about 450 million years. A spectacular area stretching over… Continue reading

Australian Coast Photography

Sydney based photographer Jerome Berbigier likes capturing wide spaces, dramatic landscapes and changing weather conditions. Photography is an extension of this fascination with the land and water. The camera captures the time he spends… Continue reading

Photographer’s self-portraits shot in remote landscapes

Photographer Elizabeth Gadd has shot these beautiful self-portraits in Iceland, Wales and her native Canada. She uses a remote control to continually take pictures, but because of the distance the weather and light often… Continue reading