Mar 05, 2018
I'll go ahead and admit I'm a big moon nerd so when I discovered these gorgeous shots of Earth's natural satellite captured in Arctic Northern Norway by Bjørg-Elise Tuppen I had to share. These beautiful images showcase the moon in various phases and differing times of the day but all highlight the moon's glorious silhouette in a magical way. The simplicity of the landscape helps in keeping the viewers eye focused on the subject. Enjoy and be sure to check out more from this multi-talented artist here and her Instagram here.
ABOUT BJORG-ELISE TUPPEN
Ever since I was a little girl I have expressed myself through visual work. I guess one can say that being creative is the most defining aspect of my personality. I am a trained photographer and worked as such before I decided to study Graphic Design. I have a Bachelor (BA Hons, Graphic Design) from the University of Hertfordshire through IDI (Interactive Design Institute)
I love to use and experiment with different medias such as painting, drawing, photography, typography and digital collage, as well as mix them to explore and create different moods, effects and expressions. My style is not set or limited, but ever evolving and seeking.