Category Archives: Photography

Nightland: Photos by Michael Streckbein

Photos of a train yard at night by Cologned-based photographer Michael Streckbein. Source: Nightland: Photos by Michael Streckbein Advertisements

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Bowling Alleys: Photos by Robert Götzfried

Never knew bowling alleys could look so stunning. This series by Munich-based photographer Robert Götzfried takes a look at bowling alleys shot in Southern Germany. Source: Bowling Alleys: Photos by Robert Götzfried

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Otherworldly ‘Earth Pyramids’ Captured in the Foggy Early Morning Light by Photographer Kilian Schönberger | Colossal

Photographer Kilian Schönberger (previously) climbed the Alps late at night to capture one of the mountain range’s strangest segments, alien-like columns found in South Tyrol, an autonomous province in Northern Italy. His series Otherworld showcases the so-called “earth pyramids” in a hazy … Continue reading

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Aerial Images of Vibrant Landscapes by Photographer Niaz Uddin | Colossal

Niaz Uddin is a photographer, director, and filmmaker that explores a variety of natural landscapes from high above. His color-saturated photographs explore crowded beaches and remote tide pools, capturing each of the scenic environments from a bird’s eye view. One … Continue reading

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Surreal Photos by Erik Johansson

Multiple award-winning surreal photographer and retouch artist Erik Johansson from Sweden takes an engineering approach to his images. Source: Surreal Photos by Erik Johansson

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A Caterpillar of Feathers | Colossal

Here’s a fantastic optical illusion courtesy of mother nature. What looks like a vibrantly colored caterpillar perched on a tree limb is actually photographer José Luis Rodríguez’s chance encounter with nine extra cozy European Bee-eaters. The photographer named the image … Continue reading

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The Serendipitous Clouds and Faux Reflections of Photographer Kanghee Kim | Colossal

Photographer Kanghee Kim juxtaposes day-to-day moments to create scenes that peek into an alternate world, subtly placing faux reflections in coils of cable or in the streak of a rear windshield. The Brooklyn-based photographer’s manipulations come from the desire to … Continue reading

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Smithsonian Announces Eye-Opening Finalists of Their 14th Annual Photo Contest | Colossal

Smithsonian just released the 70 finalists for their 14th annual photo contest and is currently accepting votes for their Readers’ Choice award. This year Smithsonian received some 48,000 submissions from photographers in 146 countries and territories from which they selected … Continue reading

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New Photographs of Monumental Waves Crashing in Australia by Warren Keelan | Colossal

Australian photographer Warren Keelan (previously) captures crashing waves from beside, and sometimes within their swell. Clad in a wetsuit he takes to the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia to photograph the dazzling curvature of waves right as they break. … Continue reading

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Ethics and aesthetics — David Dunnico

A couple of posts ago I wrote about how I approached the issue of homelessness, by photographing anti-homeless spikes and other examples of ‘defensive architecture. These were evidence of how those in power tried to get rid of homeless people, … Continue reading

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