David Maisel's Photographs Of Open Pit Mines Are Eerily Beautiful Huffington Post At first glance, David Maisel's gorgeous photographs seem to celebrate the natural beauty of an otherworldly landscape.
National Geographic is holding their annual photo contest this month and it is, of course, as amazing as ever. The contest allows anyone to submit their work meaning you don't have to be a professional photographer to participate. The categories are People, Places and Nature. Last year National Geographic received over 7,000 photo entries from over 150 countries just to give you an idea of how big this contest is!
The rewards for winning the contest are pretty high which keeps almost al
Iceland, with its extreme landscapes, jagged lava fields and Northern Lights, is arguably one of the most photogenic countries in the world. So it’s no surprise that over half a million tourists flock there every year to shoot the landscape. But UK-based photographer Andy Lee,
7 Incredible Cave Cities and Villages (PHOTOS) The Weather Channel Many of these underground cities' structures were formed by natural processes such as erosion but man has taken advantage of these rock formations to carve out their own...
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