Nature usually puts great effort into ruining spectacular dresses. But this Russian artist is putting them side by side in her series 'Fashion & Nature'.
Sound waves are probably the most restrained visualization of sound you'll see on a computer, but Anna Marinenko sees a certain similarity between these waves and reflections of landscape on water.
While photography is largely dependent on talent, a good camera also helps. For Meagan V. Blazier, a point-and-shoot is enough.
Waves! The majestic mountains of water attract many an artist, and photographers are no strangers them, either. Here we see Warren Keelan doing his best to capture the ephemeral beauty of these crashing crests.
The most usual way to merge animals and plants is to make a hamburger. But Ontario-born Ellen Jewett makes sculpture that shows the fusion between flora and fauna.
Transylvania gets a bad rep, what with being the land of Vlad Dracula himself, and #1 destination for vampires. But Alex Robciuc still gets up at 5 AM to hike Transylvanian mountains and take amazing pictures of the scenic surroundings.
Babies, animals, snow - a recipe for disaster, am I right? Apparently, no, because Russian photographer Elena Karneeva has done some kickass photo sessions that netted her editor's choice on 500px.
Forests are spooky enough as it is: wolves, spiders, Eastern European grannies collecting mysterious plants. But Ellie Davies still spent 7 years in forests of the UK slightly altering them to give a more fairy tale feel.
Ukrainian photographer Anita Anti combines women and animals to recreate scenes from fairytales. The effect is magical!
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.