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    In Dreams: Photography by Petros Koublis

    Petros Koublis is a Greek photographer known for a wide range of minimalist and dreamlike images. The series “In Dreams” combines certain details of peaceful landscapes with images of animals such as birds, deer, and horses. Each photo conveys a fascinating atmosphere caused by scenes full of silence and grace. You can find more of…

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    Photographer Jess Bell capturing unique and artistic images of animals in action.

    Jess Bell is a Canadian photographer with a flair for capturing unique and artistic images of animals in action. She recently organized some of her very talented dog-owning friends to participate in colored powder photo shoots in order to experiment with a new technique she wanted to try out. These colors and dynamic swirls are…

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    Treesframed by South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee.

    Myoung Ho Lee is a South Korean artist and photographer. By using a simple backdrop, Myoung Ho Lee separates various trees from their natural environments. The photographs were taken with a 4×5 camera. The long-standing “Tree” series depicts a wide range of tree species during different seasons and times of the day. This way, the…

  • Mystical-Neil-Burnell

    Mystical Photos of the Enchanting English Forests of Wistman’s Wood.

    British photographer Neil Burnell captures striking environments void of human subjects, often traveling to remote areas far outside of civilization. His ongoing series Mystical takes a look at the fairytale-like atmosphere created by the thick fog, gnarled trees, and moss-covered stones of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor, Devon, England. You can find more of his work…

  • The Long Journey_Kevin

    Photographer Kevin Krautgartner has been traveling thousands of miles for his series “The Long Journey”

    German photographer Kevin Krautgartner has been traveling thousands of miles to different places for various photo projects. During this time, he passed many types of terrain and explored lots of remote areas ranging from swamplands to highlands, from lava fields to rivers. At a height of about 150 meters, he often documented his journeys from…

  • John Drossos_After Dark

    After Dark is a series of urban and industrial photographs shot by John Drossos.

    After Dark is a series of urban and industrial photographs shot by John Drossos. The photo series is inspired by the aesthetics of neo-noir films. You can find more of his work here.

  • Leah-Kennedy-Arial Photography

    Beautiful aerial photographs of Namibia’s arid landscape appear as abstract paintings.

    Beautiful aerial photographs of Namibia’s arid landscape appear as abstract paintings. Australian photographer Leah Kennedy recently visited Namibia and captured these beautiful aerial photos of the land from up high. You can find more of his work on his website.

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    Stunning photographs of the Mongolian Eagle keepers show the incredible bond between man and bird.

    These stunning photographs of the Mongolian Eagle keepers show the incredible bond between man and bird. The images were taken by photography tour guide Daniel Kordan in September 2018. Daniel learned that the hunters train eagles from an early age and look after the majestic birds until they are 12 years of age. You can…

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    Wastelands a new raw yet poetic series by French photographer Jonk.

    French photographer Jonk releases a third book presenting a new raw yet poetic series. It is in the heart of various abandoned places where the artist brings us once again. In «Wastelands», we discover several graffiti and murals in the middle of these sceneries left behind, sometimes even in ruins. You can find more of…

  • Timothy Archibald_Photography

    A father capturing the unique habits of his autistic son.

    Frustrated by autism, a father turns to photos capturing the unique habits of his autistic son. “I don’t care about autism,” says San Francisco-based photographer Timothy Archibald, who has a way of being refreshingly candid about kids who have it. You can find more of his project ‘Echolilia: Sometimes I Wonder‘ and other work here.