993 posts tagged Landscape
The Supermoon is Coming
Get your cameras ready. On June 23rd the celestial event known as the Supermoon will happen. The sun, Earth and moon will be in alignment, with the moon hitting its perigee; that means it will be closer to the Earth than normal, making it bigger and brighter. And yes, it will be full.
Perception of Space
Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal creates some fascinating sculptural installations which transform our perception of space.
Cities and landscapes by Alex Fradkin
Photographer and visual artist John Clang finished the series ‘Beon Sleeps’, in which his friend Beon is lying in public, sleeping. Beon was going through a rough patch in his life and Clang invited him to participate in his project to express himself. Defiantly falling asleep in public spaces, Beon waves a valiant but futile flag for people to slow down their frantic pace of life in Singapore.Beon yearns to be able to catch up with them.
The Jet Airliner series by Josef Hoflehner.
Dead Pixel in Google Earth
Burned square by Helmut Smits
Sand, Earth and Ice !
By surfer and sand artist Jim Denevan, who creates temporary artworks on sand, earth or ice.
Born & Raised
The first installment in the new web series, Roaming Focus. In this opening episode, photographer, Mike Palmer, gives himself a single day, from sunrise to sunset, to capture the streets, vibe, and culture of his hometown of Toronto.
Rolling Stones - Mars Edition
Boulders rolls down the slopes of Mars, as this HiRISE camera on board NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter show.
By Felix Roser
The hours fly around in a circle
Photography by Joel James Devlin
This night-time view from the International Space Station shows the Atlantic coast of the United States. Metropolitan areas from the Virginia/Maryland/Washington DC area are visible in the image that spans almost to Rhode Island. Boston is just out of frame at right. Long Island and the New York City area are visible in the lower right quadrant. Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are near the centre. Parts of two Russian vehicles parked at the orbital outpost are seen in left foreground.