Tag Archive: photography

Norwegian architecture taken out of fairy tales

Borgund Stave Church It was built sometime between 1180 and 1250 AD with later additions and restorations. Its walls are formed by vertical wooden boards or staves. The four corner posts were connected… Continue reading

Lost Tracks of Time – Steam Trains Photography

American engineer and self-taught photographer Matthew Malkiewicz captures the beauty of old steam locomotives and their huge clouds of smoke in his ongoing series entitled “Lost Tracks of Time”.


Photographer Øystein Sture Aspelund in his series Arise explores the verticality of nature. Aspelund creates digital landscapes where the tops of trees are manipulated to reach straight into the sky. “To rise up from the ground… Continue reading

Cloud Chicago – Above the Clouds

Through his series called Cloud Chicago photographer Peter Tsai captures skyscrapers emerged from fog which had blanketed the city. Buildings appear to be both floating on top of and simultaneously sinking into the surrounding… Continue reading

Natural Fashion – Tribal decoration from Africa

In this stunning collection of photographs, photographer Hans Silvester celebrates the unique art of the Surma and Mursi tribes of the Omo Valley, on the borders of Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan. These nomadic people have… Continue reading

Takachiho Gorge, Japan

image source Takachiho Gorge is located on the island of Kyushu in Japan. The V-shaped gorge is surrounded by 80 to 100 meter high cliffs of volcanic basalt columns. Takachiho Gorge includes several… Continue reading

Photography – Scotland

Sligachan Bridge crossing the river Sligachan on the Isle of Skye (photo: Darby Sawchuk)

Dreamy Dance-inspired Photography by Kylli Sparre

  Kylli Sparre  (also here) was trained to become a professional ballet dancer, but later realized that wasn’t the path for her. Instead she channeled her passion for creativity into photography. Sparre creates surreal and dreamlike image… Continue reading

Long-exposure photographs feature spinning LED hula hoops against landscape backdrops

Photographer Grant Mallory and his fiancé Maria Jacob traveled across the US with a camera and an LED hula-hoop to capture country’s scenic locations in a unique way. To achieve this stunning effect, Grant… Continue reading