Browsing All posts tagged under »landscape«

One little house – Manuel Cosentino

September 19, 2014

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The power of simplicity - Manuel Cosentino

The Fireflies Wonder – Yume Cyan

August 10, 2014

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Fireflies and their evening activities by Yume Cyan

Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s Amazing Aerial Photography!

August 8, 2014

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Yann Arthus-Bertrand's amazing aerial photography!

Pierre Pellegrini – Long Exposure Trees

October 11, 2013

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‘Thoughts in Time’ Pierre Pellegrini is a Swiss based photographer who uses the medium of photography as a tool to communicate and state of emotive intent. To create a visual connection and communication to the audience to evoke a re-action from the audience due to it’s vast emptiness within the subject matter. I find his […]

Matt Molloy – Sky Photography

October 6, 2013

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Matt Molloy – Smeared Skies For all of you out there that consider yourself the experimental landscape artist go to there and challenge the conventions of your medium, use a technique to break the normal standard of perfection that landscape demands and have fun. This is why I enjoy Matt Molloy’s work, through artistic perception […]

Defrosting Ice Caves – Gary Johnson

September 25, 2013

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What would you say if you were given the task to defrost a monolithic sized building? Well I know what Gary Jensen would do, pick up his camera and a thermos flask and dash right on over to take a few shots! An architecture company named Hartshorne Plunkard got asked to transform this huge and […]

Vanishing Act – Art Wolfe

September 22, 2013

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Does anyone else remember reading, ‘Where’s Wally’? If so then you’re gonna have a blast with Art Wolfe’s series titled, ‘Vanishing Act’. Using really brilliant composition and angling Wolfe manages to achieve a sense of invisibility amongst the trees and bushes and disguised within them are animals found in their habitats. A Seattle-based photographer,  his […]