Beautiful collections of photography from the past and today.
Minimalist and spare, these images by Samir Belhamra are meditative in nature, almost the visual equivalent of zen music.
A very clever series of night photos showing miniatures under a blanket of stars.
Photographer Claudio Piccoli has a really astounding series called Dogs in Action that freeze frame pooches as they launch through the air for frisbees, and leap over logs in the forest.
In an almost flipbook-like fashion, Ellen Cantor takes us through the magic of old children's books, using multiple exposure photography.
Yosemite National Park is undoubtedly one of the prettiest places on the planet, with raw, pure nature that offers views like none other.
Japanese Instagram artist and photographer Halno Kujiraoka has a fun and inspiring series of his travels, all taken aboard a broomstick, floating in midair.
These colorful and 'smeared' photos of sunsets and stars are the work of Matt Molloy, who digitally stacks photos, sometimes hundreds, to achieve the look he's going for.
Dutch photographer Albert Dros shows us the tiny town of the Zaanse Schans, which is just twenty minutes outside Amsterdam. Captured during a quiet sunny morning, Dros shows us the ideal little town bathed in fog and early morning light.
In her series O.P.P. (Other People's Photos), Heather Oelklaus hand cuts and stitches old black and white images together.
Nature photographer Chien C. Lee has an incredible collection of imagery from the rainforests of Borneo.
Nature is astounding, and it continually impresses us with sheer tenacity, survival, and beauty. The long-running Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition exemplifies this, with some stunning selections.
Photographer Albert Dros has a stunning collection of photography of Greenland, showcasing the melting and rapidly disappearing glaciers.
This slightly unnerving series show us flat, seemingly endless walls of windows.
Wanting to creatively showcase some of the flora around their native Capetown, South African photographers Bruce Boyd and Tharien Smith froze flowers in blocks of ice and captured pristine images of them underwater.