Daniel Greenwood shows us an incredible array of starlit photos, taken from beautiful vantage points, like in fields of flowers at night, up through dramatic canyons, and under the gush of a flowing waterfall.
Photographer Christopher Soukup prowls the streets of San Francisco and surrounding areas at night, looking for that perfect moody shot, finding vintage and classic cars that help to set the stage for his cinematic-like photography.
The Tower of Jewels is what the echium wildpretii is often referred to. It's a flowering plant endemic to the Canary Island of Tenerife.
In a series entitled Lux Noctis II, photographer Reuben Wu showcases alien-like landscapes topped with glowing light halos.
The series #BangkokGlow gives a beautiful sense to the vibrant street scenes of this Thai city, photographed by Xavier Portela.
Fujio Panda takes us on a strange and wonderful journey through old playground equipment of Japan.
Gorgeous light painting photographs set in beautiful outdoor locations by Eric Paré.
Night photography, when done right, can be more powerful than those taken during daytime. Finnish photographer Mikko Lagerstedt makes a strong case for going out under the stars, with this breathtaking series. The Milky Way has a gorgeous presence in these photos. …
British photographer Paul Thompson takes photos in complete darkness, using long, two hour exposures to bring the darkness to life, in a strange and ethereal series. The results are calming with a hint of mysteriousness. Via MyModernMet: