Tag Archive: photography

River of Flowers in The Netherlands

River of Flowers, commonly known as the Garden of Europe, is one of the world’s largest flower gardens. Situated in Lisse, the Netherlands, it has record numbers of flowers planted every year, numbering… Continue reading

Macro Photography of Corals by Felix Salazar

Inspiring underwater coral photos by LA-based photographer Felix Salazar.

Richard Kagan – Iron Portraits

Tools have been essential to our growth and evolution as a species, no one would question their vital need for tasks at hand. Kagan’s portfolio Iron Portraits forces us to pay attention to… Continue reading

Scenes from a Childhood

Vacant amusement parks along the New Jersey coastline photographed by Michael Massaia. With the use of his large format camera and platinum & palladium printing Massaia captures picturesque piers at twilight. Many of these structures… Continue reading

Optical Illusion Paintings by Rob Gonsalves

Although Rob Gonsalves‘s work is often categorized as surrealistic, it differs due to the fact that the images are deliberately planned and result from conscious thought. Ideas are largely generated by the external… Continue reading

Weird Beauty

Weird Beauty is a collaboration between photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan. In this series we decided to deny any color except black and white to make more accent on forms… 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

The otherworldly scenery of Milford Sound

Photo credit: Todd and Sarah Sisson Milford Sound is a fiord in the south west of New Zealand’s South Island – a vast wilderness of glaciated mountain landforms uplifted directly from the sea, lakes,… Continue reading

Mirrored Reflections in American Valley that Look Like Paintings

Daniel Kukla lived in a cabin for a month within southern California’s Joshua Tree National Park. While hiking and driving, he caught glimpses of the border space created by the meeting of distinct ecosystems… Continue reading