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Vibrant Sunsets Hover Inside Abandoned Scottish Castles and Homes by Andrew McIntosh

Vibrant Sunsets Hover Inside Abandoned Scottish Castles and Homes by Andrew McIntosh

October 17, 2017

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Kate Sierzputowski

Scottish painter Andrew McIntosh (previously) paints bridges, castles, and forgotten homes, repurposing the structures’ windows and arches as vibrant portals into another world. The deep red and orange sunsets found in these negative spaces serve as the heart of each work, which each cast an intense glow into the surrounding desolate landscapes. More



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Otherworldly ‘Earth Pyramids’ Captured in the Foggy Early Morning Light by Photographer Kilian Schönberger

Otherworldly ‘Earth Pyramids’ Captured in the Foggy Early Morning Light by Photographer Kilian Schönberger

Sep.27.17

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Kate

Photographer Kilian Schönberger (previously) climbed the Alps late at night to capture one of the mountain range’s strangest segments, alien-like columns found in South Tyrol, an autonomous province in Northern Italy. His series Otherworld showcases the so-called “earth pyramids” in a hazy dawn light, strange creations that appear like stalagmites freed from their underground caves. More



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Aerial Images of Vibrant Landscapes by Photographer Niaz Uddin

Aerial Images of Vibrant Landscapes by Photographer Niaz Uddin

Sep.19.17

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Kate

Niaz Uddin is a photographer, director, and filmmaker that explores a variety of natural landscapes from high above. His color-saturated photographs explore crowded beaches and remote tide pools, capturing each of the scenic environments from a bird’s eye view. One of my favorite images is the picture above, which provides a rare perspective of the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park. More



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The Night Skies Over Finland & Iceland Saturated with Stars Photographed by Mikko Lagerstedt

The Night Skies Over Finland & Iceland Saturated with Stars Photographed by Mikko Lagerstedt

Sep.14.17

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Christopher

We’ve long been drawn to self-taught photographer Mikko Lagerstedt’s (previously) dreamy composite photos of Finland and Iceland at night. In his long-exposure images, meteors are seen streaking through the sky and frigid waterfalls appear like mist. Lagerstedt composes and edits all of his images in Lightroom and Photoshop and shares numerous tutorials on his techniques through his website. More



Art Photography

Abstract Neon Light Installations Photographed by Jung Lee

Abstract Neon Light Installations Photographed by Jung Lee

Jul.24.17

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Christopher

Like the loop-de-loop scribbles of a child, artist Jung Lee (previously) constructed a series of neon light sculptures that were installed and photographed against cinematic landscapes as part of her series titled “No More“. Earlier neon works by the artist have focused on legible typographic phrases and words, with these new pieces taking a markedly abstract turn, perhaps in direct connection with the series’ title. More



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Surreal Aerial Views of Fish Farms Captured by Bernhard Lang

Surreal Aerial Views of Fish Farms Captured by Bernhard Lang

Jul.13.17

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Christopher

Flying in a helicopter high above the coast of Greece, German photographer Bernhard Lang captures unusual networks of circular fish farms. The strange, ovoid enclosures appear like abstract geometric designs, hardly related to the thriving ecosystems of fish that lay just below the surface. Aquaculture is seen by many as a more efficient way to safely breed larger volumes of fish instead of harvesting wild populations, but concerns about the environmental impact near farming sites have raised a lot of questions. More



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Artist Jeremy Miranda Explores Memory and Scenes of the Northeast in His Sublime Paintings

Artist Jeremy Miranda Explores Memory and Scenes of the Northeast in His Sublime Paintings

May.22.17

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Christopher

Artist Jeremy Miranda (previously) paints in a space between worlds: reality and memory, indoor and outdoor, past and present. Ideas and concepts bleed together within his acrylic paintings like the fuzzy edges of a dream, where powerful images exist amongst unexpected locations and backdrops. The New Hampshire-based artist is heavily influenced by his surroundings in the American Northeast, apparent in his depiction of dense woods, crashing waves, and the recurring motif of lush greenhouses—a more literal depiction of his mixing of environments. More



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Saltscapes: Mirrors Reflect the Sky in an Australian Salt Flat Lake

Saltscapes: Mirrors Reflect the Sky in an Australian Salt Flat Lake

May.4.17

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Kate

Since 2003, Australian photographer Murray Fredericks has made at least twenty journeys to the center of Lake Eyre, a desert lake with an extremely high concentration of salt. Fredericks drags all of his equipment out into the barren landscape, capturing the dramatic sky reflected in both the inch-deep water and his rectangular mirror. The images are breathtaking color-based works, my favorites featuring a double horizon locked within the mirror and the water below. More



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Magnificent New Carved Book Landscapes and Architecture by Guy Laramée

Magnificent New Carved Book Landscapes and Architecture by Guy Laramée

May.1.17

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Christopher

Montreal-based artist Guy Laramée (previously) recently unveiled a new body of sculptural work, highlighting his evolving ability to excavate mountainous landscapes, cavernous hollows, and sloping watersheds from the dense pages of repurposed books. One of his favorite mediums are bound stacks of old dictionaries and encyclopedias which he carves using a method of sandblasting to which he later applies oil paints, inks, pigments and dry pastels, crayon, adhesives, and beeswax. More



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Abstract Aerial Photographs of Southern Africa by Zack Seckler

Abstract Aerial Photographs of Southern Africa by Zack Seckler

Mar.22.17

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Kate

Photographer Zack Seckler's latest series took him 2,000 miles through South Africa, each piece shot from the passenger seat of a two-seater sport plane. The works feature animal tracks and shadows as compositional elements, capturing herds of flamingos, gemsbok, and even a solo turtle resting in the dazzling blue water.
“From elevations between 50 and 500 feet, the landscape hovers on the line between things looking very real and recognizable and being more abstract,” said Seckler. More



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Flatland II: A New Series of Dramatically Skewed Photographic Landscapes by Aydin Büyüktas

Flatland II: A New Series of Dramatically Skewed Photographic Landscapes by Aydin Büyüktas

Mar.9.17

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Christopher

Turkish digital artist and photographer Aydin Büyüktas continues his dizzying landscape series Flatland with this new collection of collages shot in various locations around the United States including Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California. Each image requires around 18-20 aerial drone shots which are then stitched together digitally to form sweeping landscapes that curl upward without a visible horizon. As we’ve noted before, Büyüktas found inspiration in a century-old satirical novel titled Flatland about a two-dimensional world inhabited by geometric figures. More

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