Posts Tagged: nature photography
And this year too, the judges at theNational Geographic Travelermagazine have had the very hard task of choosing the winners from the 18,000 entries received from all around the globe. Here are a few of the winning photographs of this year. You can check out all the entries here.
Lukas Holas isGraphic Designer & Photographer based inFrydlant, Czech Republic. His series of animal portraits don’t need much introduction. The awesomeness of each shot just speaks for itself. Enjoy! Find more about Lukas on Behance.
Sonya Kanelstrand is a Norwegian photographer whose art goes beyond what meets the eye, uncovering the inner beauty of the landscape, a realm of surreal bursting with creativity, where our mind and soul are free. She draws inspiration from the nature, with all its
Delicate, yet so remarkably strong. This is how Italian photographer Valentina sees these beautiful flowers. Her series of macro-photography brings out the complexity of a simple flower, evoking its natural curves and bold colors in contrast with a pure black background.
With more than 12,000 entries from 6,615 talented photographers in 152 countries around the world, the 24th annual photo contest of the National Geographic Traveler magazine has announced its winners. Serene landscapes, beautiful scenery, and instantaneous shots
Nadav Bagim, a.k.a AimishBoy, is a 30 years old B.Sc student in Brain Sciences who lives in Ramat-Gan, Israel, whose passion for the photography became obvious when he got his first DSLR camera.
Hungarian photographer Bence Máté amazes us with his impressive nature shots, full of life and movement. The much appreciated and awarded artist manages to capture incredibly subtle scenes from the animals' lives, when they are in action or engaged in their
They seem photomanipulated, but they are actually as reals as they come. Searching for a place for a photoshoot, photograph Peter Lippmann accidentally discovered these cars that were integrated in the nature, by the nature, in the most awesome of ways. Enjoy!
Here are some stunning photos from all over the world, showcased by National Geographic in a retrospection of the year that passed. Enjoy Mother's Nature works of art!