From Gloomy Morning to Birth of Aurora

Photography by Alex Mimo

Хмурое утро
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Осенний этюд
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Последний караван
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Ночь в Долине Смерти
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Рождение Авроры
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Photography by Alexander Zolinskiy / Alex Mimo
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Nightscapes and Polar Lights by Sergey Korolev

Nightscapes and Polar Lights by Sergey Korolev

У авроры в гостях
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Под крылом авроры
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Озеро Малый Вудъявр в объятиях солнеч…
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И вновь про логово драконов
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Подглядывая за Авророй v2
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Nightscapes and Polar Lights by Sergey Korolev
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The world’s best space photography

Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year is the largest international competition of its kind. Annually showcasing the best space photography from a global community astrophotographers.

People and Space and Overall Winner – Transport the Soul
© Brad Goldpaint
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Winner – Circumpolar
© Ferenc Szémár
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Highly commended – Aurorascape
© César Blanco
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Skyscapes – Thunderstorm under Milky Way
​© Tianyuan Xiao
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Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2018 exhibition. Now open.
more at Royal Museums Greenwich

Landscapes and Cityscapes

Photography by Marek Biegalski

Sunbeam
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Brooklyn park view
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Manhattan sunset
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Rockabill Lighthouse
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Marek Biegalski
Landscape and Travel photographer
Photography tours and trips

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Stefan Forster’s relentless landscape photography quest

Looking through Forster’s portfolio of dramatic landscapes that include icebergs shimmering under the Northern Lights, rarely-captured desert rainstorms, and breathtaking drone shots of the Grand Canyon, you can see that Forster’s idea of “something different” means finding and capturing a scene bathed in the perfect light.

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Stefan Forster’s relentless landscape photography quest
more at PPMag

“Landscape” 2018 Theme Winners

From coastal regions, to plains and magnificent mountain ranges the Landscape view can be one of the most awe inspiring and beautiful images we will ever frame up. Large in scale, lines, imagination and range but filled with so many beautiful details they can also be one of the most challenging to compose.

First Place:
Ancient Bristlecone under the Milky Way by Peter Hines
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Second Place:
Eye of Stokksnes by Wojciech Kruczynski
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Third Place:
Mordor by Nico Rinaldi
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Honorable Mention:
Alpe di Siusi by ​Ales Krivec
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Shortlist:
Ancient Whispers by Craig Bill
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“Landscape” 2018 Theme Winners
more at The Motif Collective Photography Gallery

In conversation with Peter Cox

Peter Cox left behind the heady world of IT infrastructure design in the United States to return to his native Ireland, where he is now a full-time professional landscaper. A gallery owner and workshop leader, he is also passionate about technological innovation and has become a leading light in drone photography…
Interview by Nick Smith

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In conversation with Peter Cox
more in Outdoor Photography – September 2017