nature photography

12.11.17

The ‘Camera Trap Queen’ Who Shares Remote Wildlife With the World

Asia Murphy explores, studies, and photographs some of the wildest regions on Earth.

7.26.17

The UK's Answer to Airbnb Is Ruggedly Gorgeous

Bothies, small huts in the wilderness usable by all travelers, are the subject of this photographer’s multi-year documentary project.

6.13.17

The Wild West Is Alive and Well in These Nature Photos

Montana photographer Miles Glynn's shots of buffalo, wild horses, and sweeping canyons look lifted from an old Western film.

6.13.17

The Wild West Is Alive and Well in These Nature Photos

Montana photographer Miles Glynn's shots of buffalo, wild horses, and sweeping canyons look lifted from an old Western film.

6.12.17

These Layered Photo-Paintings Are Several Works of Art at Once

Vesa Kivinen combines oil painting, body painting, and nature photography to create a work of art that is several pieces and one piece simultaneously

5.15.17

Awe-Inspiring Timelapse Captures a Rare Phenomenon at the Grand Canyon

Filmmaker Harun Mehmedinović captures various areas of the Grand Canyon, both during the day and at night, as clouds drift through its mazes.

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5.4.17

10 Sick-As-Hell Nature Photos from NatGeo’s Latest Competition

The Travel Photographer of the Year contest just kicked off, and the competition is already fiercely beautiful.

4.4.17

These Poetic Photograms Were Made in Total Darkness in Nature

Klea McKenna's tactile photograms of the natural landscape tell stories of growth, interrupted.

3.8.17

Enter the Dark Scandinavian Wilderness with "Witch in the Woods" Artist Darby Lahger

Lahger’s mystical work conjures images of isolation, tragedy, freedom, and escape.

3.6.17

How Wildlife Photographers Are Using Instagram to Save Earth's Endangered Species

A robust community of wildlife photographers is educating the masses about the delicate balance of Earth’s ecosystem.

2.7.17

See Flowers in a New Light in This Hallucinatory Photo Series

A photographic series by Maggie West, will change the way you look at your favorite plants.

11.16.16

Photographer Collects Scandinavian Landscapes in Jars

Christoffer Relander uses double exposure to make lush environments look like dioramas.

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