Fellow Portlander Mako Miyamoto understands the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, and has captured it fittingly in this series, The Emerald Forest.
An exploration of Iceland's beautiful desolation, by photographer Jesse Echevarria.
A gnarled and dramatic forest draped in thick moss, trees emerge from the fog, appearing much more like the set of a fantasy movie than a place outside Devon, England.
Photographer Nick Steinberg has a great collection of photos taken of the Marin Headlands, a natural area just north of San Francisco. The fog often rolls in like waves, shaped by the hills and valleys.
Berlin-based Studio Rem has a new collection of house planters, with a frosted glass top that resembles a foggy forest setting. The globe-like design, called Nebl, makes your plants delightfully cozy and intriguing, and encourages the viewer to take a closer look. …
The new Shoreline Hotel in Waikiki embraces a bright, neon design that feels playful and modern.
Strange, supernatural moss people by Finnish artist Kim Simonsson.
Simple yet emotionally resonant work from Andre Elliott, showcasing hands under neon light.
Daniel Kordan's long-exposure photographs of the Namibian night sky show swirling vortexes of light, illuminating the ancient trees and landscape.
Exceptional travel photography from Hong-Kong based Victor Cheng.
Another British artist with a phenomenal knack for natural arrangements, James Brunt's work is beautiful and fleeting.
The Byton SUV is an electric concept car with so many screens and cameras inside that it boggles the mind.
This line of jewelry is transported to another planet, thanks to clever set design.
We look back at some of the most popular Moss and Fog posts of 2017.