Is your camera collecting dust instead of images? Then you need some inspiration! Today we bring you a wonderful collection of beautiful landscape photographs from around the world.

I hope these images will be enough to get you moving, just don’t forget that “a crucial element of landscape photography is the light to the scenery. Preferred times are dusk or dawn with low angle light which renders the landscape with low contrast and sidelight. This light adds a feeling of depth to the picture and the low contrast usually is beneficial for the picture as there are no harsh contrasts and the very details can be captured.”[1]

1. Lavender Sunrise

Photo by Antony Spencer

2. Sunflowers

Photo by  B’Rob

3. Trees Watching Sunrise

Photo by Larry Lefever

4. Fields of Tea

Photographer unknown

5. Blue Pond & First Snow

Photo by Kent Shiraishi

6. Autumn With Tractor

Photo by pawel uchorczak

7. Labyrinth

Photo by Lina Gunawan

8. Bluebell Sunrise

Photo by Antony Spencer

9. Painting of Nature

Photo by hardibudi

10. Red District

Photo by Ales Komovec

11. La Magie d’Ayguebonne

Photo by Florent Courty

12. Magic Forest

Photo by deep21

13. Maravian Field

Photo by Marek Kiedrowski

14. The Road Goes Ever On & On

Photo by Gary McParland

15. Fields of Gold

Photo by Allard One

16. Tunnel of Love

Photo by Oleg Gordienko

17. Japan Flower Park

Photo by crazy-frankenstein.com

18. Netherlands Flower Park

Photo by crazy-frankenstein.com

19. Wisteria Tunnel at Pinces Gardens

Photographer unknown

20. In the Mist’s..

Photo by Michal Ostrowski

21. On the Field`s Appeal

Photo by  Pawel Kucharski

22. Under A Blood Red Sky

Photo by Ian Sane

23. Rain of Spring

Photo by Kouji Tomihisa

24. Rapeseed And the Tree

Photo by aspheric.lens

25. A Twankly Mess

Photo by  ™ Pacheco

26. Purple

Photo by Erasmus T

27. Lost In an Ocean of Red

Photo by  powerfocusfotografie

28. Sakuras

Photo by sullivan™

29. They Thought That It Was a Spring

Photo by Pawel Kucharski

30. Black Forest

Photo by andy linden

Can you suggest the 31st?