Around the City

Алексей Ермаков | Alexey Ermakov

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Around the City
Алексей Ермаков | Alexey Ermakov

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Western United States Aerial Photos by Niaz Uddin

Niaz Uddin is photographer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. Uddin’s speciality is taking pictures from extraordinary heights. Aerial, drone, and travel photography that Uddin takes are simply breathtaking. Sometimes he flies with doors off a helicopter and capture the beauty of nature from 15,000 feet above the sea level. Spectacular pictures from a bird-eye perspective of the American West is what you are about to see scrolling down the page. Take your time to enjoy them because they are really appealing and give a sense of harmony to the observer…

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Western United States Aerial Photos by Niaz Uddin
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Hong Kong Shop Cats by Marcel Heijnen

Hong Kong Shop Cats
by Marcel Heijnen

Hong Kong’s shop cats are the little emperors of their retail kingdoms. When photographer Marcel Heijnen moved to the city he was immediately drawn to these photogenic mouse-hunters, and this project is the charming result. While the cats are undoubtedly the furry celebrities of his photographs, each shot delivers an insightful context of Hong Kong’s traditional trades. From dried fish and rice to paper offerings, the backdrop of each shot presents a portrait of Hong Kong’s local culture.

The cats are believed to be lucky by their owners. They are each an essential part of the life, business and family of the shops in which they live and hunt. While some were sought out by the shop owners for their hunting skills, other cats made the decision to adopt a shop themselves, just turning up and making it their home.

As per the artist: “In most modern cities there will be all kinds of rules and regulations against cats in shops. Not in Hong Kong, and I’m grateful for that. Here we can still witness this wonderful symbiotic relationship between human and feline, and the very reason for it harks back to why we domesticated cats in the first place, centuries ago: mice-catching and companionship.

Hong Kong Shop Cats by Marcel Heijnen
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Abstract Photography

Abstract Photography : If you are looking for some dramatic photos which focuses on colour, pattern or texture then you should try out abstract photography. It’s very difficult to unfold the story behind an abstract photo, as it depends on the way the photographer visualizes it. Abstract photography focuses on shape, form, colour, pattern and texture. Photographers can be highly creative with abstract photography as it doesn’t focus on reality. An ordinary photo can be easily turned into an abstract photography, through the creativity of the photographer…

Architecture abstract photography
by Peter Stewart
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Abstract photography
by Yosi Baitellman
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City abstract photography
by Jegeor
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Abstract photo
by Joel Tjintjelaar
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Abstract photography
by Jacqueline Hammer
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more from « 40 Best Abstract Photography examples from famous photographers »
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Beautiful Travel Photos

Beautiful Travel Photos
Nat Geo Travel editors picked their favorite travel photos published in 2016. See majestic images from around the world that struck our experts.

India
Photograph by Jody MacDonald
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Alaska
Photograph by Aaron Huey
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California
Photograph by Jonathan Irish
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South Korea
Photograph by Topic Images, Getty Images
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India
Photograph by Tuul and Bruno Morandi, Getty Images
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New Hampshire
Photograph by Ronan Donovan
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Faroe Islands
Photograph by Adam Burton, JAI/Corbis
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More Travel Inspiration at National Geographic

Paisaje Urbano

Paisaje Urbano

« Tren Infernal » – Patxi Pérez
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« Publicidad » – Elena Arjona
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« Christmas Color’s » – José Vicente Blay
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« Caos » – Javier Morales
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« Cintas en grises. Avilés 2015 » – Senén Merino
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Paisaje Urbano
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Tamás Rizsavi captures Budapest covered in thick fog

Whether the weather brings frosty snow or sparkling sunshine, Magyar photographer Tamás Rizsavi is often out and about in Budapest capturing the beauty of the changing seasons in Hungary’s capital. The awe-inspiring artist especially likes taking mysterious shots of the city when it is covered in a thick layer of milky fog, which has recently been shaping the urban landscape. The talented photographer recently shared some of his favorite foggy shots from the last four years on Bored Panda, portraying several Budapest landmarks such as the beautiful bridges, the Buda Castle, and the Parliament.

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