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Analog Photos by Jonathan Hyde

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Melancholic imagery from the Brighton-based photog

We came across the work of UK photographer Jonathan Hyde over at the always-inspiring Boooooom, and hot damn it's some nice stuff. Based in Brighton on England's south coast, Hyde says he is inspired by "endless vistas over shires and highland peninsulas, crisp winter chill and bright white ice, chemical malfunction and torn negatives, and harsh rocks and gentle boughs." These wonderfully organic......read more

Fragments of Iceland

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The world's most photogenic nation has never looked so good

This video from French filmmakers Lea Amiel and Nicolas Libersalle gives us yet another reason to want to visit Iceland, that magical land of geysers, glaciers and volcanoes. The highly stylized piece shows off the stunning landscapes of the island nation in all their sweeping glory. It's a pleasing interpretation of place, all nicely synced up to Cinematic Orchestra's "To Build a Home"....read more

Tatiana Plakhova: Geosphere

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Combining art and science, a Russian designer applies geometric graphics to landscape photos

With inspiration from the complex mathematical patterns found in nature, Tatiana Plakhova creates fascinatingly futuristic illustrations that apply geometric lines to landscape photos. The results are stunning. These selections, from the Moscow-based designer's "Geosphere" collection, clearly show off her vision and talent. "My works are based on mathematical simplicity and harmony," she says.......read more

Sublime Landscapes by Antony Crook

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UK photog turns his camera on lonely figures in vast landscapes

We first heard about New York-based filmmaker and photographer Antony Crook via Thirty Century Man, the film he made of his friend James Bowthorpe cycling through Norway. Soundtracked by Mogwai (he did the cover art for their last LP too), the short clip beautifully shows off Crook's affinity for big, dramatic landscapes and lonely figures passing through them. Crook's photography treads similar......read more

Kim Boske: Nature

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Tongue-in-cheek depictions of "natural" landscapes

In a world where the vast majority of us live in cities, far removed from the rhythms of nature, it's easy to see why people have a tendency to view humanity and nature and separate entities. That view is false, obviously, and we're always interested in art that explores this idea. These photographs from Amsterdam-based artist Kim Boske do just that. Shot at what appears to be a natural history......read more

Lisa Sorgini: Lambent

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A moody collection of landscapes captured in Australia and New Zealand

Melbourne-based photographer Lisa Sorgini sent us a link to Lambent, a gorgeous collection of landscapes she shot around Australia and New Zealand. Taking her inspiration from quiet hush of the countryside, Lisa says that the series explores some of the contradictions that are unique to the Southern Hemisphere: ...the extreme contrast between light and dark, the burden of clouds and......read more

Robert Schlaug: Limited Area

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Digitally manipulated photos deal with the limits of human experience

German photographer Robert Schlaug has a wide and varied body of work that explores the area where humans and landscape intersect. Limited Area, one of his recent projects, shifts the viewer's standard perception of landscape by stretching the image and creating linear striped gradients of the landscape's natural palette. According to Schlaug, the digitally manipulated photos deal with the limits......read more

Mystical Forest Photos by Boguslaw Strempel

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Polish photographer captures early morning mist and fog rolling through the trees

Some people like to get up early. That's their problem. As far as we're concerned, the snooze button is there to be clicked... repeatedly. At the same time, we're grateful that photographers like Boguslaw Strempel are morning people, or else we may never get to see images like these. Strempel awakes at the crack of dawn to capture stunning photos of the day's first light gleaming through......read more

Spectacular Infrared Photography by David Keochkerian

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Surreal, super-saturated landscapes captured by the French photographer

In infrared photography, a filter is used on the camera to block all light except infrared waves, giving the image a dreamlike appearance. Earlier in the year, we saw Richard Mosse transform war-torn Congo into a candy-colored wonderland using infrared's vision-warping effects. Here, French photographer David Keochkerian uses the power of infrared tech to depict European landscapes......read more

Serene Winter Landscapes by Akos Major

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Hungarian photographer captures snow-covered tranquility in Europe

We're loving the stark tranquility of these snowy photos by Akos Major. The Hungarian-born, Vienna-based photographer, who works as a graphic designer by day, pulls off a crisp, bright tone that imbues a Zen-like quality to his images. You can really feel the peaceful solitude that he must have experienced while shooting. "I like to work slowly, in silent places, where I can get lost in the......read more

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