In this new series of striking images, San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon (previously) captures some of the world's oldest living trees against shimmering night skies in remote areas of Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. Titled Diamond Nights, the new photos were inspired in part by
Three young and smart Cape Town based photographers did the unthinkable and went around Camps Bay taking pictures and videos of people doing ordinary things like walking their dogs and eating at restaurants, the same way white visitors to the townships of Langa and Khayelitsha usually rock up there and start taking photos of people living their lives. ...... .."
Laurent started photographing african fauna in 2002 during a trip in Tanzania. He immediately decided to take pictures of wildlife only in b&w. "Africa is rich in colors but for me it is a land of light and contrast".
Monique Walhof's insight:
Beautiful - setting the bar for b/w wildlife photography for sure
Sian Ka'an is an extraordinary UNESCO tropical nature reserve along Mexico's Carribean coastline, but the currents that pass by this area bring garbage from all over the world to the shores of this paradise. Alejandro Duran, an artist working in Brooklyn, NY, collects this trash and arranges it into works of colorful landscape art to examine
Landscape photographers use a technique involving long exposures to create those milky smooth waterfalls, and misty images of coastlines. But what other ways are long exposures used? Here are a few long exposure photographs that seem almost otherworldly or supernatural in their appearance for you to ponder and enjoy: Smoking Jungle by Karim Nafatni on …
Within the small confines of her 3 x 6 meter studio in Seoul, JeeYoung Lee's imagination is without boundaries. For each of her photographs the artist fills every square inch of space with hand-made props, set pieces, and backdrops and never edits or modifies the image digital
Beth Moon, a photographer based in San Francisco, has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around the globe to capture the most magnificent trees that grow in remote locations and look as old as the world itself.
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