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Fantastic Forest Photos

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See the forest for the trees. Traveling exhibition celebrates the International Year of Forests.

According to the United Nations, 2011 is the International Year of the Forests, which means, well, not much. It's always the Year of This or the Month of That. But we can't not get behind this one. Especially when it looks this good. GoodPlanet Foundation, chaired by Yann Arthus-Bertrand (the filmmaker behind the epic doc Home), is raising awareness of forest issues through, among other things,......read more

Breathtaking Aerial Photos From Around the World

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Longtime environmentalist Yann Arthus-Bertrand snaps the Earth from above

Aerial photography and environmentalism go hand-in-hand. What better way to witness human impact on the planet than through panoramic shots from the sky. Yann Arthus-Bertrand is maybe the world's the best known aerial photographer, a man whose art is inextricably linked to ecological consciousness. "My fondness for nature goes back to childhood, but it was as an adult that I became an......read more

Kwoon "I Lived On the Moon"

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Animated visuals by Yannick Puig.

Question: What's the perfect visual narrative for a haunting and atmospheric post-rock song? Answer: This. Yannick Puig's fantastical animated video for "I Lived on the Moon," the lead single off the debut 2006 album by Kwoon, is as good as video-making gets. Inspired by Puig's love of nature, the story recounts a father's life on the moon, a place filled with flying......read more

Day Tripping In The Georgian Countryside

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Photography by Mariam Sitchinava

With a penchant for shooting with analogue film, Georgian photographer Mariam Sitchinava captures her surroundings in soft portraits and landscapes. Based in Tbilisi, Sitchinava gives us a glimpse into a day in her life spent with her daughter and friends in the area around the capital. Specializing in portrait as well as fashion photography, the self-taught......read more

The Streets Of South Korea

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Photography by Ann Lee

The photographs are kept in soft tones and zoom in on small details in the urban environment, which can be easily overlooked. Lee shares her latest works mainly on her Instagram. As Lee puts it: “I like to capture ordinary people and objects in a subtle way. People are not aware of they have been photographed so they are in their own world and I observe them from outside without......read more

A Road Trip Through Chile

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Photography from Bruno Candiotto

Sao Paulo-based photographer Bruno Candiotto originally studied education, arts and history of culture. He now creatively realizes his academic background through travel photography with a particular focus on Brazilian culture. One of his latest trips took him to Chile where he captured the rugged valleys and meandering streams of Cajon del Maipo. Candiotto says......read more

Picture Proof Of Japan's Natural Beauty

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Photography from Hidenobu Suzuki

Photographer Hidenobu Suzuki has captured the idyllic landscapes of Japan in a remarkably tranquil light. Between the quiet foggy rivers, peaceful rice fields, and twilight at Mt. Fuji, there's something for everyone who's looking for a visually relaxing utopia. "My photographs are like Japanese paintings," Suzuki explains. "Japanese like to express emotions and spiritual feelings through......read more

Awe-Inspiring Aerial Photography

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Photographer Cameron Davidson takes to the sky to shoot landscapes from above

Cameron Davidson is a Washington, DC-based photographer and pilot who uses the aerial vantage point to reveal humanity's impact on landscapes below. Capturing earth from a seldom-seen perspective, Davidson's work conveys an abstract beauty, like all the best aerial photography. Davidson's work has been featured in publications like Vanity Fair, National Geographic and Smithsonian magazine. His......read more

The Peach Kings "Be Around"

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Dandy of a video by director Paul Trillo inspired by double exposed photography

Los Angeles duo Paige Wood and Steven Trezevant, aka The Peach Kings, have shared a new video for their hazy, distorted single "Be Around." The couple (an actual couple) turned to frequent collaborator Paul Trillo, a Brooklyn director who had already churned out two videos for the band. Trillo knocked it out of the park with this beautiful piece of film inspired by double exposed......read more

Monumental Outdoors Photography by Seattle's Griffin Lamb

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Take an epic visual journey around the Pacific Northwest

Griffin Lamb explores the essence of adventure in this monumental series of landscape photos. Based in the Seattle area, the photographer has easy access to the beautiful scenery of the Pacific Northwest and does well to capture it for the world to see. His preferred subjects are majestic scenes of mountains, lakes, and forests -- all favorite things of ours as well. Among the images are a few......read more

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