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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 were destroyed by hurricane Sandy in 2012.
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.
Weird Beauty is a collaboration between photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan.
Sydney based photographer Jerome Berbigier likes capturing wide spaces, dramatic landscapes and changing weather conditions.
Grassy suspended walkway connects two offices by Zalewski Architecture Group. The architects came up with the concept on a hot summer’s day when the building’s courtyard appeared particularly unappealing, and they felt in need of outdoor space. Usually “the form follows function” but sometimes “the form follows fun” – and their balcony follows this path.
Simple 2D drawings on the beach, observed from a certain perspective, are transformed into 3d sand art by Jamie Harkins.
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, limestone caves, and the Sutherland Falls.
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 in juxtaposition, referred to as the Edge Effect in the ecological sciences.
These cute photographs of owls by Sompob Sasi-Smit reveal the other side of the silent hunters – the adorable one.
Beth Moon‘s Diamond nights series were created during moonless nights with the Milky Way burning brightly in some of the images.
Awesome Pop out art with just a few strokes of a pencil or a paintbrush and a careful manipulation of perspective and shadow.
Fish – Shellharbour, Australia Matthew (Matty) Smith Down/Under photo series marries the underwater world with our own familiar world and links the unknown with the known.
Nature always finds a way to survive and life thrives against all odds. Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Image credits Tagged: bizarre, Nature, photography
Digital mixed media artist Andreas Lie inspired by his surroundings in Bergen, Norway, merges landscapes and photographs of animals to create subtle double exposure photos.
Gyula Varnai source Gary Tallman Alastair Heseltine source Gary Tallman Olle Hagman Michael Buck Tagged: art, sculptures
Our Changing Seas III is the third piece in a series of large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptural installations by artist Courtney Mattison. Mattison is an artist and ocean advocate working to inspire policy makers and the public to conserve our changing seas.
Dark conceptual photography by Sébastien DEL GROSSO. Tagged: art, photography
Chittorgarh is the largest fort complex in the state of Rajasthan, India. It rises from the plains like a huge rock island, nearly 6km long and surrounded on all sides by 150m cliffs.
Rogan Brown creates intricate sculptural forms reminiscent of the tiniest living organisms: cells, microbes, bacteria, and neurons.