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Sand-scapes Photographed by Alexander Hampl

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A painterly perspective of sandy terrain

Alexander Hampl's Sand series, shot in the remote Northland region of New Zealand, portrays desolate sand-scapes sculpted by the forces of nature. The pics venture into abstraction territory, aptly capturing the mystical vibes of the place where, according to traditional Maori mythology, souls of the dead depart on their journey to the afterlife.   More Hampl work can be found on......read more

Brian Ferry: Cliff Edge

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Moving snaps of England's crumbling southeastern coast

Brooklyn-born, London-based photographer Brian Ferry (nope, not that Bryan Ferry) traveled southeast to the coast to capture these beautiful pics of one of the UK's most stunning landscapes. Included among the collection are epic images of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs — a geological marvel that is being slowly and inexorably eaten away by the sea. Upon the crumbling cliffs......read more

Brad Moore: Familiar

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Irony-infused photos of plants and buildings in inland SoCal

Perusing the Old Faithful blog the other day, we came upon these photos from a 2007 series called Familiar by Brad Moore, shot among the post-war architecture of inland California. With a restrained, less-is-more aesthetic and a keen sense of irony, Moore's photos capture the interplay between buildings and plants in the suburban landscape. From his statement: The following......read more

Sublime Landscape Photos by Spencer Murphy

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Nature reigns supreme in epic pics from Brit photographer

In creating his latest series of images, award-winning photographer Spencer Murphy looked back — way back — to the 18th century, when Romantic artists started painting nature as if it were a magnificent but terrifying abyss, ready to swallow humanity whole. His moving collection of landscape photos borrow heavily from the Romantic notion of nature as a sublime......read more

Delaney Allen's Magical Smoke Photos

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Misty abstraction from Portland-based photog

Fort Worth, TX-raised, Portland, OR-based photographer Delaney Allen is attracted to nature's transient moments. Training his camera on tracts of fog, mist, clouds or smoke, Allen freezes the ephemeral haze in its tracks.  "If you are using smoke, water and clouds as a subject matter,” Allen says, "you may never be able to see it in the same way."  Allen's smoky......read more

Patrick O'Hare: Slipstream

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Revealing photo series shows the effects of development on the American landscape

In Slipstream, NY-based photographer Patrick O'Hare offers a revealing glance at spaces we often pass through without giving much thought. A Wal-Mart parking lot in Connecticut juts up against bare rock, a new house development in Virginia sits in a sea of red soil. By contrasting the manmade with the natural, O'Hare provides a poignant comment on the effects of development on the......read more

Surreal Landscapes by Kevin Cooley

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NYC photographer taps into the otherworldly mystery of Earth

Judging from these pictures, Kevin Cooley is up on his art history. Taken from two Cooley series -- Found Landscape and Iceland (yes, Iceland again) -- the photos combine the awestruck man-in-nature motif of Romantic landscape painting with the mysterious weirdness of Surrealism. He pulls it off through careful lighting, creating a cinematic sort of suspense and tension.......read more

Sea of Glass

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The coastal landscape of West Wales provides the setting for this little dreamlike gem.

Animation, music and photography are juxtaposed to explore the liminal space between land and sea. A short and beautiful film by Sean Vicary....read more

Terrain

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Hallucinatory London landscape with mellifluous music.

Foreign shapes envelop and blend with London's landscape creating a surreal unity. A wonderfully visual confection with a great track to accompany it. The piece is by Irrum K and Jeremy C. Music by Beach House - Take Care (Sub Pop). ...read more

Rasmus Norlander

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Clean, sharp architectural and landscape work from the Swedish photographer.

What better day than Monday to look at some cool, detached images of lonely landscapes and dormant machines? Swedish photographer Rasmus Norlander, whose main subject is architectural, actually has a deep and diverse body of work. We're feeling it. Check out his site for more. (Via But Does It Float)...read more

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