Look at all these teeny tiny creepy-crawlies milling around in their magical kingdom! Vadim Trunov, a photographer based in the Russian city of Voronezh, seems to have a fascination with these littlest of creatures.
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.
San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon set out to document the oldest, largest, and rarest trees in the world.
Russian marine biologist Alexander Semenov photographs the otherworldly beauty of jellyfish. He is now the leader of a scientist team, set out to travel around the world and explore the mysterious and fragile creature in its natural habitat –the deep sea.
Weather photographer Marko Korošec took the opportunity to capture the breathtaking beauty of ice and snow formations atop of Mount Javornik in Slovenia after a long period of strong winds and freezing fog.
Illustrator John Stortz and his gorgeous dog Wolf travel around the most spectacular places in the USA and capture their bliss on photos. Wolf, whose full name is Wolfgang, is the main model in John’s photos - he seems to pose however the photographer wishes, as long as there are delicious cheese sticks on...
The Sony World Photography Awards are one of the greatest and most respectable annual photography competitions for amateurs and professionals in the field. We are glad to present you with 18 of the best entries from the Open category.
Lithuanian photographer-witch Raggana is the master behind these beautifully surreal portraits that pay tribute to the complicated yet beautiful connection between humans and nature.
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.
Ivan Kislov is a Russian mining engineer who works in a remote North-Eastern Chukotka region in the Arctic Tundra. During the breaks of his long shifts at work, though, Kislov turns to his other passion for relaxation – wild animal photography. Here's a collection of his most stunning photos of wild arctic foxes.