One of the beauties of aerial photography is the ability to see what's familiar in a whole new way. That was certainly true for photographer Pio Andrea Peri, who used his drone to photograph his hometown on the Italian island of Sicily. What he discovered was a delightful surprise that put his small town of Centuripe on the map.
Though for some the war in Ukraine may seem far away, it doesn't take much for us to be reminded...
In 1872, a hotel located near Glacier Point in Yosemite spilled hot embers from the top of the lookout, creating...
When we want to gaze at stars, our first instinct is to look up, not down. However, it was on the ground that Finnish photographer Juhua Tanhua discovered an interesting phenomenon that resembled a galaxy from above. He takes innovative photos of gasoline puddles on asphalt, which mimic the lights, colors, and forms of space.
Photographer Kurt Arrigo lived out a childhood dream when he boarded a plane and made his way to Tonga.
Algerian street photographer Imed Kolli uses his camera to form a connection with others.
We're used to seeing sparkling blue, green, and crystal waters, but sometimes, nature throws a curveball. Located on the west coast of Australia is a candy-colored body of water called Hutt Lagoon. It is a saltwater lake that derives its pink color from the carotenoid-producing algae Dunaliella salina, a food-coloring agent and source of vitamin A.
There are many misconceptions about foxes, and wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond hopes to prove at least some of them wrong...
Japan is filled with natural wonders, but there is one in particular that is the muse of photographer Yasuto Inagaki.
Photographer Mitch Dobrowner is known for his artistic storm photography. His black and white images elevate extreme weather to fine art and his latest photo is no exception. Vortex No. Duae is a stunning photograph of a tornado vortex touching down in South Dakota. Dobrowner has expertly captured the incredible, elegant shapes that form the powerful storm. To achieve a photo like this—as is often the case with storm photography—it's all about patience.
Hidden beneath the streets of Tbilisi, Georgia is a whole other world—or rather, a time capsule of the Soviet era.
Regis and Kahran Bethencourt of CreativeSoul Photography use their skills as artists and photographers to uplift and celebrate unconventional beauty.