Summer is by far my favorite season of the year and to celebrate another upcoming summer I took the time to select some breathtaking summer photos that will totally inspire you for the season ahead. Grab a cold dring and enjoy these hot photos! Photo by Tatyana Tomsickova
Beautiful Landscape Photos by Nuno Mota
Visiting China is on my bucket list and Chinatowns have never failed to fascinate me, no matter what global city. I don't know why, but the colors of the little stores, the signage and the people walking makes it an amazing and inspiring scenery perfect for photography. Franck Bohbot posted an incredible set of photos on his Behance profile showcasing New York City's Chinatown with incredible grace.
I've always been fascinated by fog, my hometown used to get foggy pretty often, especially in the summer. People always say, low fog means a hot day ahead. The visual effects created by a fog is striking, like suddenly this super low cloud takes over cities. San Francisco is pretty famous by its fog, it even has a name and Twitter account: Karl the fog (https://twitter.com/KarlTheFog).
Alex Cornell is one of those guys that is so prolific, suddenly he shares something that is incredible, from creative director to founder and photogtapher. He also had a great mentor, Scott Hansen AKA ISO50/Tycho. For this post we share some beautiful photos he took during his last trip where he went all the way south to Antarctica. I went to Antarctica in December 2014 via the Drake Passage. Shot a number of photos and substantial amount of video.