Photographer Sacha Goldberger has created a beautiful photo set of portraits inspired by Flemish school painting styles.
Diphylleia grayi also known as the skeleton flower. native to moist wooded mountainsides in colder regions of China and Japan, has petals that turn transparent with the rain.
Hanging Coffins of Sagada, Philippines Attached to the sides of cliffs, it is believed that this brings the dead closer to their ancestral spirits and would also keep their bodies safe.
A New Dawn Nikita Gill is a London-based photographer, digital artist and brand designer. Her series of photo manipulation titled “A Quiet Day in Wonderland” is about peace and meditation over the course of a magical, but quiet day in the world of Wonderland. The project was created using her own photography in combination with stock photography and it has been heavily edited.
Argentine artist Tomas Saraceno is known for his fantastic sculptures and public installations that merge art, architecture, and science.
wind London based artist Keira Rathbone spends hours typing the numbers, letters and symbols that build up to create the ‘visual description’ of her subject.
Photo credit Speicherstadt (lit. city of warehouses) in Hamburg, Germany is the largest warehouse district in the world where the buildings stand on oak logs along canals near the Elbe.
Herman Damar is an amateur, human interest, landscape, and portrait photographer who uses mostly natural light.
Moon Shadows Leslie Hall Brown is a fine art photographer from the USA who creates photomontages, combining and merging images, to tell stories about imaginary situations.
Photo credit Geamana is an abandoned village in Romania. The place makes for some intriguing pictures but it has a very sad story.
Turkish artist Merve Ozaslan takes vintage black and white photographs, from people on the street to young ladies on the beach, and inserts pieces of colorful natural scenery in a clever and fun kind of way.
Carolyn Lefley‘s Realm photo series. Artist statement: I make photographs that depict a world that floats between reality and fantasy, between believable spaces and sites of make believe.
Photo credit Palau is an archipelago of about 250 limestone islands of volcanic origin, located in the western Pacific Ocean. The islands are sparsely populated and are famous for their beaches, blue lagoons and the peculiar mushroom-like shapes of many of the islands themselves.
Danish artist Maria Rubinke creates traditional porcelain sculptures, but in a twisted manner. Her sculptural works portrait children in gruesome situations.
Polish artistic photographer Emerald Wake prefers to photograph at dusk when day changes into night and the harsh sunlight goes away to give its place to the warm and soft glow of the evening light.
Taken with the help of a handmade kite rig, Cris Benton suspends a camera controlled by remote to capture these striking photographs of colorful salt ponds which stretch for miles.
Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko captures spectacular images of little creatures interacting with their natural surroundings.
Moki Mioke in her acrylic paintings merges humans with nature, cloaking them in green meadows or calm waters. The Berlin-based artist finds inspiration in Japanese artist Hayao Miyazaki’s work (Spirited Away) as well as in nature.
Image source Tiébélé, a village in Burkina Faso, West Africa, is known for its amazing traditional Gourounsi architecture.
Situated in the Gulf Stream, midway between Norway and Iceland, the 18 islands that make up the Faroes is an archipelago and autonomous country within Denmark.