This quiet and beautiful series by Finnish photographer Mikko Lagerstedt shows us the magic of this northern climate, and the way that trees thrive even in harsh winter conditions.
The Dolomites are a stunning mountain range in Northern Italy, and we see a glimpse into the beauty of the fall colors, thanks to some great seasonal photos by Márcio Miranda.
Here are the exciting winners of the 2019 Red Bull Illume photo contest, showcasing some of the most epic sports photography of the year.
Reminiscent of a whale breaching, this large and dramatic pavilion is to be located north of the arctic circle, in a small Norwegian town called Andøya lies Andenes.
In the world of architecture, it's easy to do a dramatic modern home when your budget is also dramatic. It's much harder to do something small and modest with equal effect.
Satellite imagery is nothing new, we've been utilizing it for twenty years. But these unique, low-angle satellite images are fascinating, showcasing cities in a way we don't often see.
These peaceful photos from French photographer Arnaud Bathiard are destined to make your pulse slow just a bit.
Michael Fugaso's work is digital, but he spends significant time adding texture, shadow and other elements that make the pieces look warm and vintage. Themes of travel and exploration abound.
The dramatically skinny supertall skyscraper 111 W 57th just topped out in Manhattan.
The Dolomites remain high on our list of travel destinations. Their dramatic peaks showcase the raw nature that we crave, unadulterated and pure. Photographer Bruno Pisani does them justice with his short series. Via Behance:
These brisk landscapes of the scenic Norwegian countryside are made surreal with the use of infrared film.
The pink flamingos still look pink in Paulo Pettigiani's Infraland series: Bolivia. But a lot of the landscape does, too.
Approaching nearly a million followers on his Instagram page, we quickly see why Germany-based photographer Daniel Ernst has such an audience.
An elegant circular bike path was built this summer an hour outside of Brussels, and lets cyclists ride up a gently sloping ramp to a height of 30+ feet, giving them a view of the tree canopy.