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Hidenobu Suzuki is an amateur photographer who decided to raise the bar on his creativity. Suzuki set-out to express emotions using landscapes rather than portraits as his medium for creating such imagery. The result of his labor is a beautiful collection of inspiring photographs that have won many awards. It is a striking series where you are indeed swept into a world laced with emotions that go from joy, to melancholy and so many other myriads of feelings.
Squirrels are extremely introverted, but Geert Weggen had these woodland squirrels right at home and relaxed after he set up a makeshift ‘studio’ in his cold but hospitable back garden. Weggen equipped his house in the Swedish village of Bispgarden with camera gear, lighting and some wintery backgrounds, including platforms covered in ice, pine cones, and red berries.
The health benefits of honey have been well-documented in early Roman, Vedic, Greek, and Islamic literature and the healing abilities of honey were referred to by scientists and philosophers all the way back to ancient times. Though exceedingly looked up to in ancient civilizations, honey is not appreciated enough in today’s modern world. Which brings us to artist Blake Little.
Mika Suutari is an avid nature photographer based in Southern Finland. Suutari is into pictures with an intense atmosphere and he deliberately incorporates that element into all his photography. Suutari also hopes that his work is able to convey the feelings he personally experiences at the precise moments that he captures those images.
This series of travel pictures were shot by photographer and entrepreneur Alex Strohl. Strohl is a Madrid-born, French photographer and scours the world to shoot images with his inimitable style of photography. Among Strohl’s many accomplishments was his crucial role in organizing and creating content for the highly effective Alberta 1×1 campaign for Travel Alberta and the Canadian Tourism Commission.
Evan James Atwood is a young and talented chap originally from Nottingham, England. Atwood currently lives in Flagstaff, Arizona where he is taking up business marketing. He plans to continue to grow and develop his creative instincts as an individual and hone his craft as a visual artist.