Apparently, if you really want to build a church, a hundred-square-meter island is enough. Designed by Andrey Rotinova (and thus named after his namesake apostle), this beautiful house of god was completed and consecrated in 2000.
“Brothers Grimm‘s Wanderings“ is a new breathtaking photo series by German photographer Kilian Schönberger inspired by the gloomy tales of these legendary storytellers.
Pembroke, UK-based creative director, filmmaker, painter, doodler, and, yes, photographer Andy Lee has compiled a mesmerizing photo series of roads that he's photographed during his travels around the world.
If you haven’t visited this heavenly country, here are 28 pretty solid reasons for you to visit Norway as soon as you can!
Dylan Toh and Marianne Lim are a talented and devoted couple of photographers and parents who know how to manage these two passions at the same time.
21-year-old Canadian photographer Elizabeth Gadd creates breathtaking landscape photos with solitary wanderers embracing their majestic natural surroundings.
Marina Cano is a Spanish landscape and wildlife photographer who spent three years in Cabarceno Natural Park capturing the breathtaking beauty of an impressive variety of wild animals.
12 years ago, Australian photographer Julie Fletcher exchanged her mundane job, failing romantic relationship, and comfortable Sydney city life for one of the remotest and tiniest towns in the country - Marree. Her move helped her see the most spectacular and breath-taking landscapes in Australia and capture them with her camera.
Daily Overview is a new project that posts one new satellite photograph every day from places around the world that have been touched by human activity. The project was inspired by and based on the idea known as the Overview Effect.
Iceland might be a small and remote nation, but it also happens to be one of the most picturesque as well. If you’re not yet convinced that Iceland must be your next destination, here are 37 photographs with astonishing Icelandic scenes to prove that it should be!
Iceland attracts many photographers and travellers for its rugged and dramatic scenery, which is unlike anywhere else in the world. UK-based photographer Andy Lee found a way to stand out of the crowd, however, with his deeply atmospheric infrared landscape photography in “Blue Iceland.”