Swiss photographer Pierre Pellegrini shoots some phenomenal long-exposure photographs featuring trees.
The strong perspective and misty atmosphere create images that are both strangely eerie and serenely beautiful.
Here are more examples of Pierre’s work…
Polish photographer Marcin Ryczek snapped this once-in-a-lifetime photograph of a man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Kraków.
The trifecta juxtaposition between black/white, water/snow, and person/animals is pretty remarkable, don’t you think?
You can download a desktop sized version of the photo here, and check out more of Ryczek’s photos in his portfolio.
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A selection of images from our recent holiday to the islands of Lombok, Indonesia. The photographs are best viewed large for better detail, so if any take your particular interest, please do click to evoke the bigger version!
The bitumen road ahead circles the mountain’s substantial girth, climbing steadily toward the summit, its wet surface pockmarked by potholes paned with thin sheets of carbonated ice.
Further to my earlier post about the appeal of surreal photography, today I’d like to highlight the amazing work of Robert ParkeHarrison and his poignantly beautiful series titled The Architect’s Brother.
The book of the same name comes highly recommended, and was in fact named one of the “Ten Best Photography Books of the Year” in 2000 by the New York Times. (My recently ordered copy is currently winging its way to my door – yay!)
Here’s a sample image to whet your appetite: