18. July 2012
More than storms, I’ve always been fascinated by the calm before them. The sun hides before the clouds, the wind starts to blow, the birds stop singing, and in this monumental silence you know something big is about to happen, like entering in another dimension, when humans and nature didn’t broke the connections – “beyond [...]Continue reading...
3. June 2012
Everyone takes photos during holidays, but capturing the same old attractions that everyone photographs doesn’t necessarily means that you made good pictures. If you want to come home with a valuable set of holiday photographs, you have to: 1. open your eyes and see the beautiful in ordinary things, 2. get rid of the classic [...]Continue reading...
19. April 2012
Air Pano is a Russian project of panoramas enthusiasts, focused on hi-resolution aerial panoramas. To bring this unique and progressive project to life, the Russian team shoots from a helicopter but sometimes they use dirigibles, air balloons, light jets and radio-controlled helicopter.
In its 2 years of existence, Airpano project is scheduled to cr eate the [...]
11. March 2012
Xavier Rey’s photography is always a revelation, because it never cease to search for the different meanings of the reality. It inspires and challenges to create your own unique vision. His black&white photos captures ordinary landscapes and transform them into some abstract sights, out of time and space, sights that only lives in your creative [...]Continue reading...
3. October 2011
I don’t know too many things about Tibet. I saw a lot of pictures, heard a lot but always confusing, and I truly believe that you have to visit this land in order to discover the truth about it and its inner soul. What I know is that it’s not only about monks, it’s also [...]Continue reading...
2. October 2011
This picture caught my eye with its fantastic composition: the flamboyant yellow umbrellas, the old facades and the green windows create a beautiful contrast. At first, I thought it’s just a photoshop trick, but this image is real and it was made on the narrow streets of Kotor, South Montenegro.
Photo credit Olivier Olivier
You might be [...]
17. September 2011
Autumn is a bliss for photographers, with its amazing explosion of yellow and red tones. Autumn photos prepare you for what it is to come, filling your soul with beautiful visual memories. If you chose to travel in autumn, you have a great oportunity to photograph autumn ladscapes without having to make your way between [...]Continue reading...
26. June 2011
When it comes to exotic seascapes, it doesn’t have to be a gifted photographer – nature makes most of the work. The blue waters, the dramatic blue sky, the deserted white beaches, water bungalows, thin boats, huge rocks – you have more inspiration than you ever needed. Topped with the good mood and relaxation.
I dream [...]
18. June 2011
This travel photo of the day introduces us to Varanasi, India. Situated on the River Gange banks, Varanasi is probably the oldest city and one of seven holy places in India. Varanasi is also the most sacred pilgrimage place for the Hindus. They believe that coming in Varanasi and bathing in the Ganges is a [...]Continue reading...
7. June 2011
I recently found these photographs by Dewan Irawan, an Indonesian artist. I was stroken buy their timeless set-up – children and grown-ups are projected in an idyllic atmosphere where nature is part of each of their action. The animals are more than just part of the set-up – they are human companions, support, friends and [...]Continue reading...