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The international bestselling author of An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth, brings us yet another unforgettable photographic series of the planet. In You Are Here: Around the World in 92 Minutes, author and celebrated astronaut Chris Hadfield shoots what is a virtual orbit of Earth.
“The earth has music for those who listen.” Words of wisdom once written by the philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist, George Santayana. Nature definitely has still much to offer as far as aesthetic is concerned. Its beauty is never-ending, presenting new visuals to those who seek its splendor and magnificence. Photographer Alvar Astúlez shot some of the most breathtaking nature photography to prove this.
Peter Zeglis has thing for landscape imagery, and he photographs the subject immensely well. Born in Thessaloniki, Greece, Zeglis is essentially a self-taught photographer, and like most people with no formal training, is able to easily think ‘out-of-the-box’. His images of landscapes shot almost entirely in black and white evoke a consistent surrealism.
The uterus, when with child, is actually a water environment that nourishes a fetus during the 9 month gestation period. That is the reason why they say we are all essentially water creatures from inception. Adam Opris therefore is actually spot on with his concept for pregnant women underwater.
Los Angeles-based Rickett & Sones is the collaborative team-up of husband and wife Ryan and Sonia Rickett. The creative tandem first crossed paths while on the set of a fashion shoot when both were photographing for the same account. As luck would have it, they had instantaneous chemistry, and that connection would lead to their professionally pairing-up. Ever since they merged forces, both have set out to complement each other’s art and creativity.
The earth is constantly a volatile planet, and in case you did not know, volcanic eruptions or other kinds of geographic upheavals are always happening somewhere around the world. A few weeks ago in Iceland, the Bárðarbunga volcano in the Holuhraun lava field began ejecting hundreds of cubic meters of lava, producing a rare opportunity for celebrated Icelandic photographer Lurie Belegurschi.