Dylan Furst is an outdoor adventure and lifestyle photographer based in Bellingham, Washington USA, his backyard here in the Pacific Northwest which has heavily influenced his style as a photographer. For More from Dylan Furst visit his instagram @fursty and his website dylanfurstphoto.com
The great outdoors are filled with jaw dropping scenarios, and it's really amazing when a talented photographer gets to capture some of these beautiful scenes. Austin Trigg, an American from California, labels himself as a "Outdoor Lifestyle Photographer". Well, that's one hell of a job. Here you can see a brief selection of his superb pieces, showing us how beautiful an outdoor adventure can be. In Ferris Bueller's words: "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while you could miss it". I hope these inspire you to go on an adventure, explore nature whenever you get the chance. There are sunsets to be felt, woods to be crossed, cliffs to be appreciated (wow, I'm really inspired right now). For more of Austin's work, please visit his portfolio at Behance... there are many more images there. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)
Whenever I see an awesome 3D render of a nature scene I get really excited about it and I start craving to play games like Far Cry or Battlefield, just to explore a beautiful 3D world. Here are some fantastic pieces made by Massimo Verona... check it out! Massimo comes up with fantastic 3D nature scenes. These are so beautiful that it would be awesome to experience these in real life. He really managed to translate the beauty of nature into these 3D renders. Kudos to him. For more of his work, please visit his portfolio at CG Society. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
I have been following Tomasz Furmanek on instagram and I must say that he has one of the most amazing instagram photos out there. Kayaking on the most amazing places of the earth, as close to nature as it gets. Enjoy! Follow Tomasz Furmanek on instagram at http://instagram.com/tfbergen.
Spring season is here, and as the days get longer the weather gets warmer the nature comes back to life. Today I wanted to selected some beautiful photos that reflect the nature in the Spring. Enjoy! Spring and "springtime" refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth. Subtropical and tropical areas have climates better described in terms of other seasons, e.g. dry or wet, monsoonal or cyclonic. Often the cultures have locally defined names for seasons which have little equivalence to the terms originating in Europe. All Rights to Angus Clyne All Rights to Katarina Stefanović All Rights to MASAHIRO MIYASAKA All Rights to Dennis Fischer All Rights to Matt Granz All Rights to Martien Uiterweerd All Rights to Tommy Tsutsui All Rights to Katarina Stefanović All Rights to Allard Schager
If you have ever been to the wild or countryside you've probably noticed that often times you'll find a little wood cabin. Although there are still cabins in the wild being used, these are the signature of how our ancestors lived, and if find it pretty cool. Just being there in the wild, with the sounds of nature is a true liberating experience (if you're not in a horror movie, of course). The city rush seems long gone and time stands still. These photographers captured perfectly moments like these in these amazing picture. For more of their work visit their portfolios simply by clicking each image. They'll definitely appreciate it. Also, if you got your own cabin photographs, share it with us! I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;) A Cabin for a deep sleep! by Aziz Nasuti Living Together by Yousef Zaman The milky way over Kaldevass by Espen Haagensen Cabin at Obersee by Andreas Thierschmidt The Cabin in the Woods by Jack Stepanyan Home at the hills by Terho Mäkelä Last Light by Max Rive Magic Morning by Constantin Fellermann All Things Must Come To an End. by Ben Canales Little red cabin by Tord Andre Oen Lofoten by Aurelie Neveu Lakeside cabin - western Maine, October 2012 by Brandon Verdoorn The cabin by Terje Thorsen The Cabin II by Tord Andre Oen Fjord cabin by François Lemmens Lakeside Cabin by Carla Stringari Pudler Cabin in dreamforest by Odd Smedsrud UPDATE: We would like to apologize for using John Mason's photo "Fall Series - Early Morning" . The goal of the post was simply to share images that we love and to help promote designers, digital artists and photographers. Once again, sincere apologies.
Caves are fantastic, mysterious places... maybe as mysterious as the depths of the oceans, full weird creatures and breathtaking landscapes. These are some fantastic photographs showing that. The images here are pretty impressive... most of these places, like the temple inside a cave, I didn't even know existed. These were taken by really talented photographers. For more of their work, please visit their portfolios simply by clicking each picture! Also, if you got your own cave photographs, share it with us in the comment area! Cheers. ;) Dave by john spies Underground Tranquility by peter stewart Shine On | Pfeiffer Beach by Brandon Ku Light of Hope by Danny Xeero High on Ice by Erez Marom Cave reflection by john spies Cave Paradise by Maurizio Pignotti Hello world by Silvia S. Reflection by john spies Big Grotto by Viktor Lyagushkin Cave Beam by Will Burrard-Lucas Inner Beauty. by Brian Adelberg so long, beautiful weekend. by Sarah Lee In The Cave by Leopard Gupteshvar - cave temple by Anton Jankovoy The Ice Cavern by Michael Anderson To the light by Ivan Oroz Khao Luang Cave by Puniest Rojanapo Dunluce Cave by Stephen Emerson
A couple of years ago we've featured an awesome set of urban misty scenes. Fog can add so much to the mood of a cool photograph! So this time I thought it would be nice to search for some awesome misty nature images. These are the fantastic pictures I've found, taken by some really talented people. A misty nature scene may be even more eerie than a urban scene, don't you think? So, if you got your own misty nature pieces, share it with us! I hope you enjoy these and don't forget to visit each artist's page simply by clicking each image. Cheers. ;) Appearances by Zsolt Kiss Morning #2 by Chaluntorn Preeyasombat * by Ronny Engelmann Lost by Guy Cohen The Sierra III by Luc Busquin Misty Morning II by Javier de la Torre Freedom Found In Surrender by J-W v. E. A Small Hero by Giuseppe Parisi Silent forest by Xavier Jamonet Heaven's Gate by Stephen Emerson Flying Over The Fog by Philippe Sainte-Laudy Close Encounters by Simon Roy grow by Kirill Vorontsov Myst by Patrick Smith Fog & fishermans by Nemanja Jerkov
Andi Mayr is an awesome photographer that captures everything from landscape to extreme sports action. With a great mixed collection of amazing places and extreme action Andi always manages to get a great shot from the right angle. Enjoy! For more from Andi Mayr visit andimayr.de
My wife keeps telling me all the time how much she loves Iceland. I didn't know much about it besides the Aurora, but it seems that Iceland is an absolutely outstanding, beautiful country. Jaw-dropping level, really. These are just some examples of how good visiting Iceland might be. So now it's official, I really want to visit it with my wife. Of course that these pictures were taken by some really talented people who got an eye for beautiful spots. I really recommend you to visit their portfolios for more by clicking each picture, and I'm pretty sure you may even get to buy some prints. How wouldn't love getting some of these hanging in their wall? I know I would. My wife would die for it. Oh, and don't forget to watch the video at the end. It'll give you the goosebumps. I hope you enjoy these and visit Iceland sometime soon. Cheers! ;) P.S.: If you liked this post don't forget to follow me on Twitter (@paulogabriel) to get more of my post updates as they happen. ;) Adam A John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid John & Tina Reid Ana Stefanovi? Saleh AlRashaid bsmethers bsmethers bsmethers Jeff Bell Malene Erkmann Erik Schimmel D'Arcy Guerin Gue Video: Fragments of Iceland Fragments of Iceland from Lea et Nicolas Features on Vimeo. FRAGMENTS OF ICELAND A short film by Lea Amiel and Nicolas Libersalle Music Credits : To build a Home by The Cinematic Orchestra Buy the song from Itunes : http://itunes.apple.com/fr/album/to-build-a-home/id416359594?i=416359607
I've been searching like a mad man for a photographer to capture my wedding. It takes patience and an eye for details, because when it comes a big event like that you just want the best person for the job. And even the most not-related pictures count when you do that kind of search... like nature photography. Jürgen Heckel takes some awesome photographs. I really dig the feel of these, eerie, with lost of depth of field and it's obvious he's effort to make trees look good, and he succeeded in his task. Too bad great photographers like him are not Brazilian. I gotta keep searching. Anyways, I hope you enjoy these, and don't forget to pay a visit to his Behance portfolio. Enjoy! Cheers. ;)
Earth is a beautiful place, people. We live in a tiny rock that has plenty life, awesome nature, stunning colors, and most times we don't appreciate it at all, losing time complaining about insignificant little things. Whenever you get crazy about your routine, simply take a walk. Go on a trip. Get to know your city, your state. There's plenty beauty around you, and it just takes your will for you to see it all. These are a set of beautiful photographs to remind us how Earth is awesome, and that we're definitely blessed for living in such a place. These were taken by some seriously good photographers, and I really recommend you to visit their portfolio, by clicking each image, to check much more of their work. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;) Hans J. Hansen Michael Menefee big fat grey cat bbq_0406 Ander Elexpuru threepinner Erik Page Flash Parker Ron Guernsey Osamh Alshaalan Stefano Trucco Tom Grubbe Raymond Cunningham Steve Kody Thunderbolt_TW Quan Nguyen Hong Melinda Lincoln Harrison Ricardo Liberato Gareth Codd Trey Ratcliff
Today I would like to introduce you to a very creative technique to create sounds from elements of nature and day to day objects. I will share with you a few really cool videos. The first one is from a japanese TV ad and what is interesting about this one is the way that the creators of this piece went all the way back to the very beginning of sound design to recreate a classic from J.S Bach. Touchwood - NttdoComo The second video was created by Julian Smith from http://juliansmith.tv and it is called Techno Jeep. The shooting took 7 hours and all sounds are from a Jeep. Julian Smith - Techno Jeep The next videos are from Diego Stocco http://diegostocco.com. Diego is a sound designer, composer and performer that creates eclectic musical experiences with custom built instruments and experimental recording techniques. He's one of the principal creative sound designers for the multi Award winning virtual instruments AtmosphereTM, StylusTM RMX and the new Power Synth Omnisphere®. Diego Stocco - Music from a Tree Diego Stocco - Music From a Dry Cleaner Diego Stocco - Music From A Dry Cleaner from Diego Stocco on Vimeo.
People always ask me If ever get bored of doing vectors and the answer is always "I can't". Why? Because, as most of you, I also got heroes on what I do and these guys are one of the main reasons I can't quit. Human Nature 84 is probably my favorite vector artist, not just because of his personal style, but because of the revolution his making on vector graphics. As me, you won't believe that every of this artworks bellow are all vector made, no mesh or blends used, just pure vector. Ok now, even If you're not a vector fan, you should defnitely check his Flickr or his Devianart to witness the evolution of this revolutionary artist, god bless him. The Process
One of these days I was doing a search for images of nature on Flickr and DevianART and was really impressed with the photos I found of snowflakes. Snowflakes are agglomerates of frozen ice crystals falling through the atmosphere on Earth (Wikipedia). What really attracted me in the snowflakes is the fact that each has a unique, harmonic and almost perfectly symmetrical shape. It's for sure one of the most inspiring, different and beautiful source of inspiration found in nature. Hope you like it and after seeing this collection start to look more closely at all these beautiful forms that are out there in nature. rr rocketman Yani Ioannou Yani Ioannou Erica Marshall Erica Marshall Via Moi piper charlesimages charlesimages fizzix fwwidal fwwidal fwwidal fwwidal fwwidal fwwidal Megson schimmio52 All17 sindarelf candymax About the Author Hey buddies! I'm Marcos Torres, a 19 years old art director/freelancer from Brazil, I'm here to bring some new interesting stuff to you. You can see my portfolio at http://flickr.com/marcostorres. Any request or jobs opportunities send to firstname.lastname@example.org, also follow me on twitter (http://twitter.com/marcos333) to get in touch with cool design news.
Jellyfish (also known as jellies or sea jellies or medusozoa) are free-swimming members of the phylum Cnidaria. Jellyfish are found in every ocean, from the surface to the deep sea. Jellyfish are composed of more than 90% water; most of their umbrella mass is a gelatinous material — the jelly — called mesoglea which is surrounded by two layers of epithelial cells which form the umbrella (top surface) and subumbrella (bottom surface) of the bell, or body (wikipedia). I know many of you must hate jellyfish because of its toxicity in some species, but it is undeniable the beauty of these animals. A mix of abstract shapes and symmetrical forms, there it is a living being that possesses one of the most interesting life cycles in the animal kingdom. I became very interested in the subject so I decided to look for good pictures that show the colors and textures of jellyfish. Anel Van Veelen MADIASH ash™ jimg944 Razorien Karen.b nocturne gr Ottie Kalamakia - Lloyd K. Barnes Photography Joop V Giorgos~ nobuflickr ilovepics11 vanveelen lmiyake Nicolas Hoizey StGrundy StGrundy StGrundy Jim Patterson Photography Jim Patterson Photography About the Author Hey buddies! I'm Marcos Torres, a 19 year old art director/freelancer from Brazil, I'm here to bring some new interesting stuff to you. You can see my portfolio at http://flickr.com/marcostorres. Any request or job opportunities, send them to email@example.com, also follow me on twitter (@marcos333) to get in touch with cool design news.
It definitely the most beautiful continent in our little planet... the wildest of them all, Africa is getting some attention thanks to this year's World Cup at South Africa, but we really hope that it gets more than just plain attention. We hope for major problems solving. We've seen for so long people dying in Africa from starvation, thirst, war, etc, that in today's world, we got used to these things... but we must remember that it could be me, you, your parents there, dying of these things. I don't know... just looking at Africa and enjoying its beauty just seems a little empty now. Those people need help. We need help. This world is agonizing. I'm sad now. ... ok... just lemme finish this: you should all visit these amazing, talented photographers for more great shots. They'll appreciate. I hope you enjoy these. And think about it. Seriously. :/ Eric Lafforgue Lia "Boca Vermelha" Ben Heine Ben Heine Nick Brandt Cheryl Eric Lafforgue Eric Lafforgue Hamad Darwish Lyndon Firman Tris "More Altitude" Eric Lafforgue Eric Lafforgue Eric Lafforgue Guilherme Amorim Maurizio Peddis Ben Heine Paolo Livorno Nisa and Ulli Maier