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Earth Photography by Daniel Beltra

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A selection of staggering images from the renowned conservation photographer

We first became aware of award-winning conservation photographer Daniel Beltra via his amazing Spill series, a collection of aerial shots documenting the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. At once sickening and beautiful, the photos landed Beltra a Prix Pictet nomination. But Beltra's environmental photo portfolio goes much, much deeper than that. His work, on the ground and shooting......read more

In South America

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Watch Vincent Urban's epic video of a road trip below the equator

Vincent Urban and his gang of globe-trotting mates are at it again, this time traveling across most of South America in a "rusty Land Rover," from Argentina, Chile and Bolivia to Uruguay, Paraguay and Southern Brazil. The five-minute video, spotted at The Atlantic, is full of time-lapse shots and epic landscapes that  have us itching to book a trip south.  "We brought our......read more

Ashok Sinha: Exacting Proportion

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Landscape series puts the scale of human settlements in perspective

Ashok Sinha, a first-gen Indian immigrant and an MBA grad from New York University MBA, spent several years as an entrepreneur and in corporate America before dropping everything to pursue photography full-time. Now a successful freelancer, Sinha has worked in more than thirty countries for the likes of National Geographic, LIFE, and the Financial Times. In Exacting Proportion, Sinha explores......read more

Trippy Winter Landscapes by Megan Brim

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Washed out snowscapes captured on film

It always rules when falling into a Flickr wormhole results in an amazing find. That's the case here with Megan Brim, whose work we uncovered while deep in the Flickr matrix. Shooting on what appears to be an analog camera, the Oakland, CA-based photographer creates lovely, light-washed landscape images that border on the psychedelic. These selections, chosen from some of her more recent work,......read more

Dreamy Desert Photos by Alfredo de Stefano

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Conceptual photographer mixes natural and manmade elements to explore humanity's effect on the planet

"Deserts thrill us because they show us nature before man. They also show us what the world could be like after man has disappeared." - Théodore Monod Alfredo De Stefano is obsessed with deserts. Over the last several years, the contemporary Mexican photographer has visited arid landscapes all over the globe to create ethereal images that address the natural environment's elemental......read more

Moby & Mark Lanegan, "The Lonely Night"

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Take a time-lapse trip to the desert with director Colin Rich

Lighten Up star Moby and alt-rock legend Mark Lanegan make an unlikely duo on "The Lonely Night," a Record Store Day single featuring downtempo beats by Moby underneath Lanegan's raspy vocals. The track will be available on limited edition 7″ backed by a remix from Photek. Thanks to director Colin Rich, "Lonely Night" now has a video as well. It's a time-lapse trip through arid California,......read more

Urban Landscape Paintings by Patricia Chidlaw

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Eerily empty landscapes impart a sense of modern decay

Patricia Chidlaw's vision of Southern California doesn't reflect any of the things we typically associate with the area. There is no Hollywood glam, no surfer cool. Instead her landscape paintings depict a decaying, enigmatic California, eerily empty of humans yet filled with their imprint. Like mystery film stills, there is a sense of narrative to the paintings, but it's up to the viewer to......read more

Astonishing Photos of Iceland by Jenny Harmsen

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Take a visual journey to the most photogenic place on earth

Judging by these photos from Jenny Harmsen, I guess we can add "Crazy Treeless Alien Landscapes" to our ever-growing list of reasons to visit Iceland. The otherworldly images were shot in 2011 along the Laugavegur, a famed, 34-mile trekking route in southwestern Iceland. "The structure of Iceland’s landscape isn’t something you come across very often," Jenny says. "It’s......read more

Matt Molloy: Smeared Sky

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Stacked time-lapse images create incredible painterly effect

From his home in Ontario, Canada, Matt Molloy takes sky photography to a whole new level of awesome. After shooting single-spot, time-lapse images of rural landscapes around his home, he stacks the images atop one another to create an amazing painterly effect. Each picture in his “Smeared Sky” series is a result of combining from 100 to 200 photographs. How many he uses depends on a......read more

Eerily Beautiful Photos of Churches in Ruin

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Dietmar Eckell captures religious buildings in varying states of decay

Dietmar Eckell has a thing for ruins. The German photographer travels the world to capture eerily beautiful photos of decaying things and places, from forgotten military sites and decomposing cars to crashed planes and abandoned buildings. Of the many excellent photo series on his website, God's Ruin is one of our favorites. The collection of images stunningly depicts ancient churches and......read more

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