The last week has introduced a crispness in the air and dried leaves on the ground that depict the quintessential feeling of autumn in the northern hemisphere. With the exception of the perpetually foggy San Francisco, the season is a most welcome guest to the hot, humid days of summer. This post was inspired by that lovely feeling the autumn evokes. We hope you enjoy this selection of imagery from around the globe and are encouraged to capture and share your very own individual fall scene.
I'm a Brazilian product designer based in Oakland, California currently working for Google as a Staff Designer. I am also the founder of Abduzeedo, an award-winning digital publication about design and a personal project that has become the source of inspiration for millions of designers and enthusiasts.
Lately, I’ve seen many of my friends going to Tokyo, I can understand its enthusiastic feeling for them but I would say that isn’t mutual from my end (hah!). Tokyo is a place that I would recommend to anyone that would love to experience what urban life could be like in the near future with a mixture of modern and past architecture. Everything and everywhere is something to discover on your own. Well, Clement Balavoine took a spin into the city and we get to follow his architectural photography series with an abstract tone and perspective.
One of the best things about being part of Abduzeedo is the opportunity to get to know greatly talented people, like American photographer Aliza Razell. Her style is pretty awesome, bringing concept, contemplative pieces that are art gallery material.
Here you can see some of her pieces, and for more information about these, all you have to do is to click each image.
My wife often mocks me for enjoying so much a good set of landscape photographs. But hey, nature is so beautiful, how could I not love it? Colorful sunsets over the mountains, dreamy lakes and fantastic forests... I seriously can't get enough of it.
Dylan Toh is an Australian photographer with an amazing eye for capturing great landscapes. All the lightning and panoramas in his set is just breath taking. Here you can see a few of his pieces. For more of it, please go ahead and visit his portfolio at Flickr.