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Aerial Images of Iceland

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Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris captures abtract landscapes from the sky

Born into to a long family line of musicians and artists, Emmanuel Coupe-Kalomiris developed an early interest in photography and published his first images at the age of 18. After studying in the States, the Greek photographer began to combine his passion for nature and landscape with photography, often traveling to remote locations to capture some of the world's most extreme environments. Among......read more

Landscape Photography by Weerapong Chaipuck

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A wandering retiree from Bangkok captures landscapes at their most awe-inspiring

When Weerapong Chaipuck decided to pull the plug on his medical career, he was faced with the pivotal question that meets all retirees: What the hell am I going to do? Lucky for him (and us), he found the answer in photography, a pursuit that is intricately linked to his love of travel. Journeying to exotic locations both near his Bangkok home and afar -- Chaipuck produces incredible......read more

Cityscape Chicago

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Stunning time-lapse cinematography starring the Windy City

It's been a while since we featured a time-lapse video in our Watch section, and this one is as good as they get. "Cityscape Chicago," shot by 22-year-old photographer Eric Hines, takes as its subject one of the most photogenic cities in the world. "The inspiration of this piece was my fascination with the city of Chicago, particularly at night," writes Hines. "For me, there has always been......read more

Petros Koublis: In Landscapes

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Haunting photos of country landscapes shot on the fringes of Athens

Petros Koublis explores "an alternate state of parallel time" in this collection of photos shot just outside Athens. The series, titled In Landscapes, features images of sweeping natural landscapes, where olive groves and meadows meet mountains and seas -- places of silent beauty that stand in stark contrast to the turbid political and economic climate of a once thriving city. Athens,......read more

Robert Misrach: Desert Cantos

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Arid landscape photos highlight man's problematic relationship with the environment

Richard Misrach's Desert Cantos is the result of a life's work spent exploring landscapes of the American southwest. The project, patterned after The Cantos of Ezra Pound, takes the form of a long, epic visual poem, with eighteen chapters that cover desert subjects as diverse as a military base in Utah, a man-made flood in California, sublime skies in Arizona, and arts happenings......read more

David LaChapelle: Land Scape

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Scale models of refineries bathed in magical light

David LaChapelle, best known for his vivid, surreal fashion photography, ventures into landscape art in his latest series of works, simply called Land Scape. The collection is made up of two related sets of works, Refineries and Gas Stations, both of which feature handcrafted scale models constructed of recycled consumer detritus. Included among the array of materials are hair curlers, drinking......read more

Efterklang, "Hollow Mountain"

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New Efterklang vid features grainy landscape photography overlaid with geometric ciphers

Danish experimental folk outfit Efterklang returns with a new video for the opening track off of Piramida, their fourth studio album due in September on 4AD. Directed by Oodls (creative duo Jakob Steen and Christoffer Frandsen), the clip for "Hollow Mountain" is appropriately expansive, exploring sweeping natural landscapes via a series of photographs that hang from the beams of a......read more

Caroline Mackintosh: Metallurgy

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Mirrors act as portals in remote South African landscapes

In Metallurgy, South African photographer Caroline Mackintosh positions mirrors in natural landscapes around Cape Town, creating warped new perspectives of the physical environment. The reflective landscape works are part of a widely diverse and impressive portfolio that includes fashion, nude, portrait and Polaroid photography. The mirrors in the images act as "portals" that emphasize the remote......read more

Interstate Sublime: Paintings by Timothy Tompkins

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California painter challenges traditional notions of landscape art

In the mid-19th century, a group of New York City landscape painters launched the first true American art movement. The artists of the Hudson River School, as they came to be known, were infused with Romantic notions about the sublimity of nature. Their rapturous, plein-air paintings of the "wilderness" to the north of the city came to symbolize American independence and vitality. In his 2005......read more

Bokeh Cityscapes by Takashi Kitajima

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Splendid, blurred-light images of Tokyo nights

Takashi Kitajima is a Tokyo-based software engineer and a talented photographer to boot. You can see his impressive image editing skills on full display in this ongoing series of photos, in which Takashi uses bokeh to render the details of Tokyo cityscapes as blurred dots of light. The images were shot from high altitude overpasses and building observation decks, looking down upon the city's......read more

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