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Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

Aerial Photos of Botswana Wildlife by Zack Seckler

From January 15 to February 23, Russell Wilson – Wisconsin Jerseys New York City’s Robin Rice Gallery will be exhibiting photographer Zack Seckler’s “Botswana”, asics femme a series of aerial photos capturing African landscape and wildlife. Nike Air Max 1 Dames In order to get these unique shots, he flew over Botswana in a small plane less than 500 feet in the air. This is the first solo exhibition for Seckler, Kyrie 2 Scarpe who began his career as a photojournalist before deciding he would much rather create rather than document images.

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Temperature Inversion Creates River of Clouds Inside the Grand Canyon Photographed by Ben Mayberry

Temperature Inversion Creates River of Clouds Inside the Grand Canyon Photographed by Ben Mayberry

Temperature Inversion Creates River of Clouds Inside the Grand Canyon Photographed by Ben Mayberry

The Grand Canyon experiences a stunning event once or twice each year. Adidas ZX Flux Heren The cold air from the bottom of the canyon rises to meet with warm moist air from above. bestellen nike air max 2016 On November 29th last year, Maglia Kyrie Irving this temperature inversion resulted in the canyon filling with cloudy fog, air jordans free shipping while the area above the canyon remains empty.

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Stunning Macro Photos Show the Miniature World of Insects

Stunning Macro Photos Show the Miniature World of Insects

Stunning Macro Photos Show the Miniature World of Insects

Indonesia-based photographer Nordin Seruyan uses a macro photography approach, Air Jordan 8 Donna nike pas cher zooming in on the diverse and flourishing insect life of Southeast Asia. Adidas NMD Heren The scurrying creatures that are featured in Seruyan’s photos possess an undeniable charm. Nike Pas Cher sac fjallraven kanken pas cher Praying mantises, Nike Air Max 2016 Heren groen Cheap Nike Air Max Trainers UK plump caterpillars, nike air max 2016 goedkope Nike Scarpe Italia graceful dragonflies, new balance 373 femme noir and adorable snails inhabit a miniature world filled with grass, Marcus Mariota – Oregon Ducks Jerseys adidas Stan Smith Italia dewdrops, Asics Gel Lyte 3 and soft flower petals.

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New Double and Triple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

New Double and Triple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

New Double and Triple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

Christoffer Relander, Under Armour Ua Curry 3 a Finnish photographer, has released his third series of multiple exposure photographs that combine nature and portraits entitled “We Are Nature Vol. III.” Using only his Nikon D800 and with no Photoshop, Solde Adidas he uses double and triple exposures to layer images of trees, bark, Cheap Fjallraven Kanken Backpack and leaves on portraits of people, making them look like they are made of parts of nature.

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Environmental Sculptures by Martin Hill

Environmental Sculptures by Martin Hill

Environmental Sculptures by Martin Hill

Artist, designer and photographer Martin Hill creates sculptures using materials available on nature. From ice, stones, Hollister France sticks and leaves, he creates circles which evokes cycles of nature. cheap adidas uk Together with Philippa Jones, his long time partner, Cheap Nike shoes UK they create installations that “metaphorically express concern for the interconnectedness of all living systems.”

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A Miniature World Of Snails By Vyacheslav Mishchenko

A Miniature World Of Snails By Vyacheslav Mishchenko

A Miniature World Of Snails By Vyacheslav Mishchenko

Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko’s interest with the miniature natural world around us began early on in his childhood. goedkoop nike air max nederland Nike Air Max Goedkoop “As a child, Kanken 16L nike tn requin pas cher my father taught me to hunt mushrooms near my home and we would always come across all manner of bugs and creatures,” he told DailyMail. Nike Dames New Balance Baratas “As I got older and my interest in photography grew,

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High Speed Photographs of a Parrot in Mid-Flight by Solve Sundsbo

High Speed Photographs of a Parrot in Mid-Flight by Solve Sundsbo

High Speed Photographs of a Parrot in Mid-Flight by Solve Sundsbo

Solve Sundsbo is renowned for his photographs of fashion, ASICS PAS CHER FR with top international models at the center of his works. Air Jordan 1 Retro But little know of his lifelong fascination with nature documentaries and science photography. Air Jordan 12 (XII) In his photo project “Perroquet”, Chaussures Nike Pas Cher he captures a parrot in flight.

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Multiple Exposure Photos of Women and Flowers by Lara Kiosses

Multiple Exposure Photos of Women and Flowers by Lara Kiosses

Multiple Exposure Photos of Women and Flowers by Lara Kiosses

Paris-based photographer Lara Kiosses‘ wonderful photo series entitled Romantic Collection features stunning multiple exposure photos that overlay women with flowers. The dreamlike images, masterfully blend delicate blossoms with the curves and faces of women. The result is a gorgeous fusion of nature and human and an expression of the beauty of femininity.

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Paul Zizka Shoots Silhouetted Selfies in Breathtaking Landscapes

Paul Zizka Shoots Silhouetted Selfies in Breathtaking Landscapes

Paul Zizka Shoots Silhouetted Selfies in Breathtaking Landscapes

Canadian photographer Paul Zizka not only captures beautiful landscapes in the Canadian landscapes but he also creates unique silhouetted portraits of himself that bring “selfies” to a higher level. Instead of simply capturing shots of the landscapes, Zizka sets his camera on a tripod, sets the timer, and quickly runs into the shot for a spectacular self-portrait.

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Aerial Landscape Photography by Bernhard Edmaier

Aerial Landscape Photography by Bernhard Edmaier

Aerial Landscape Photography by Bernhard Edmaier

Bernhard Edmaier is a German photographer, geologist, and author. A strange combination, but he uses these skills to capture breathtaking landscapes from high up in the sky. Edmaier is already a geologist before he made photography passion 20 years ago and founded a photographic agency ‘Geophot – Pictures of the Earth’.

His knowledge in geology helps him to present the manifold colours, forms and structures which the Earth has created without man’s interference using aerial photography. The picture above is the famous Yellowstone’s hot springs. Mats of heat-loving bacteria and algae, which hold carotene, colour the sinter crust and the channels orange and brown.

Driven by his perennial interest in natural phenomena, Bernhard Edmaier travels extensively to deserted and still untouched corners of the globe to gather material for his books and other photographic projects.

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Iceland Landscapes by Snorri Gunnarsson

Iceland Landscapes by Snorri Gunnarsson

Iceland Landscapes by Snorri Gunnarsson

Some parts of the world has its share of beautiful landscapes and one if them is Iceland. Reykjavik based photographer Snorri Gunnarsson has captured breathtaking photos of what this place has to offer. It is not easy to take these kind of shots bu Gunnarsson make it seem easy.

Years back, he ran a photographic company in Columbia, focusing on advertising and studio photography. He was also a freelance photojournalist for Victoria Times Colonist and Peninsula News Review as well as magazines like Boulevard, Fathers Quarterly Japan, Photolife, Photoshop and Gardenwize.

In 2010, he moved back home to Iceland and photographs for various companies and advertising agencies.

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Jeweled Bugs by David Chambon

Jeweled Bugs by David Chambon

Jeweled Bugs by David Chambon

French photographer David Chambon has focused his lens on wildlife and nature photography for over ten years. From large beasts to tiny insects. He is also fond of macro photography, magnifying the littlest yet most beautiful details and seeing it at a bigger scale.

In these series, as insects rise in the morning, Chambon is there capture the condensed moisture that has covered their little legs and wings throughout the night making them look like they’re encrusted with diamonds. Waking up early in the morning allows him to capture these macro shots.

Roughly translated from French, the artist says, “I see to capture the magic moment and to capture the spectacular beauty of our nature.” His obvious skill and patience is evident in his magnificent photographs.

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Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Wildlife Photography by Roeselien Raimond

Roeselien Raimond is a former art therapist and web designer. She has always been interested in both art and living beings. But nowadays, she tries to combine her love for nature and art by getting into photography. A few years ago, she was living a very hectic life and she needed some peace of mind, and she found it in nature and wildlife photography. Her camera was a pretty good excuse to roll in the grass and forget about her busy life for a while.

The unpredictable nature of the wild changed Raimond’s world. Nature photography demands a lot of patience and flexibility because you can never foresee its natural behavior. She learned to take things as they are and go with the natural flow which are mostly unexpected, but can lead to something wonderful.

As Roeselien Raimond said, “Learn and get inspired by looking at others, but finally choose your own path.”

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Nature Photography by Mark Bridger

Nature Photography by Mark Bridger

Nature Photography by Mark Bridger

Mark Bridger describes himself as an amateur photographer but judging by the quality of his photos, he could be right up there with the professionals. He started photography when his wife bought him a camera on his birthday. He said he always wanted a camera but never got around to buying one. He typically loves nature, from the smallest critters to the largest animals.

He often spends a few hours of dawn in Knole park in Sevenoaks England, walking around hoping to get some nice pictures before the sun is completely up. His shots of wild barn owls are from Norfolk, a bird spotters paradise.

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Goose and Geese Photography by Graham Owen

Goose and Geese Photography

Goose and Geese Photography

Graham Owen is an artist and a natural photographer. Birds dominate his most recent works, capturing the beauty and grace of these creatures.

Owen grew up traveling the world. He has lived in Malaysia, Australia, Canada and the states of Illinois, New Mexico, and California. His passion for nature opened the door to art and photography. Owen’s gift for transforming nature into art may have come from genetics, for his mother was an accomplished painter of animals and birds. His grandmother studied sculpture and his great grandmother was an entertainer.

Owen’s photos reflect his view of the natural world, demonstrating a unique and mixing realism and artistic impressionism.

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Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

Nature Aquarium by Amano Takashi

This Nature Aquarium photography project by Japanese photographer Amano Takashi is a concept of a planted aquarium hobby combined with plant layout techniques. It is a creation of natural ecosystem in a confined space of the aquarium.

Takashi’s unique skill in aquarium plant scene is evident in the photos of these series. Aside from being a photographer, he is also able to maintain many unique and exciting underwater aquascapes in his own shop in Niigata Japan.

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Crown Series by Sylvia Piva

Crown Series by Sylvia Piva

Crown Series by Sylvia Piva

Sylvia Piva, a budding freelance fashion photographer. She has done a number of photography projects including Crown Series where beautiful ladies wear crown of flowers in their heads that makes them look even more stunning.

She had started her journey on photography by freelancing on weddings, baptisms, birthdays, graduations, book personal, concerts and cultural events. She also collaborated with different fashion magazines and newspapers. With her sense of creativity and passion for photography, I am sure that Sylvia Piva will make it big into the industry in no time.

“My clients do not realize it, but the snapshots are their way of exorcising the passage of time. Aperture clicks, the flash glare … and so stop the time, even if only for a moment. And if these images will ever have a meaning for future generations, will be this: I was there, have existed. I was young, I was happy in this world and someone wanted me well enough to make me a photograph. ” – One Hour Photo

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Nature’s Patterns by Adam Burton

Natures Patterns by Adam  Burton

Natures Patterns by Adam Burton

Is it glass or ice?

The picture above is a glass-like shattered pattern on an ice taken in Exmoor, Somerset by photographer Adam Burton. This and other close up images of rock, plants, ice patterns and leaves can be found in his photo project Natures Patterns.

Adam Burton is a self taught professional landscape photographer. His field is in IT and Product Management and he has no photographic qualifications but his love for nature and outdoors and the desire to photograph the places he love led him to learn photography by himself in 2001.

Ever since he started to take this profession seriously, his works have been in demand commercially. His images have been published magazines, books, calendars and other catalogues and he has worked with many large companies like The AA, The Times and National Geographic.

He likes to capture the rich colors of dawn and dusk. According to his interview in ND Magazine, “You need to be out in very unsociable hours to capture the best light that nature has to offer.” He prefers keeping the authenticity of the picture rather than digitally manipulating it. He has already photographed five of the seven continents and now focuses in landscapes of UK.

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Geisha by Radu Razvan

Geisha by Radu Razvan

Geisha by Radu Razvan

A fantastic project examining the Geisha by Radu Razvan. This image shows a Geisha girl looking at a Chinese pagoda house situated by the lake. This photography project is a series of photos of beautiful Geisha women walking on the streets of Japan.

Razvan was a doctor turned photographer. After having published few articles on insulin secretion during his last year of doctoral studies in Japan, he decided to change fields and took up professional photography which later became his profession.

He likes to travel and explore the places he visits. He takes photos of what interests him in these places specially in culture, ethnic and nature and shows how amazing the world is in these aspects.

His photos are highly processed by him and his team. His aim is to provide excellent quality of photos to his clients which include NBC, The New York City Opera and The Japanese Cultural Centre to name a few.

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Nature is my Kingdom by Di Fruscia

Nature is my Kingdom by Di Fruscia

Nature is my Kingdom by Di Fruscia

“The world is wonderfully captured within each of your pictures,” says a fan of Di Fruscia in his blog. Indeed, Di Fruscia is into fine art nature and landscape photography and every capture of his lens is equal to a wonderful landscape and nature shot that is sure to amaze his clients and his fans as can be seen in his Nature is my Kingdom photography project.

His inclination to nature is the effect of him being raised early in the countryside and away from the city. His love for arts was also influenced by his parents and has grown throughout the years. His father, Joseph, was a professional photographer while his mother, Michele, was a painter and an interior designer.

Ever since he decided to turn photography into a true passion, he had won numerous awards and his works were published in magazines, travel guides, etc and has been displayed in respectable companies like Kodak and National Geographic.

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