Landscapes by Yuriy Shevchenko

Landscapes by Yuriy Shevchenko

Словенская пастораль.
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Осень в “Туннели любви”.
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Вечер в Исландии.
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Тосканская змейка.
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Осеннее утро.
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Словенская пастораль.
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Landscapes by Yuriy Shevchenko | Шевченко Юрий
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Food Shot

Photographic studio specialized in food photography.
Food Shot es un estudio con sede en el ombligo del mundo (Ecuador), donde nos especializados en fotografía y video de alimentos. Nuestra pasión es convertir a la comida en arte.

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Fotógrafo
FOOD SHOT
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Birds by Jacek Żbikowski

Birds by Jacek Żbikowski

Обыкновенный канюк
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Обыкновенный фламинго
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Камышівка звычайна
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Красноголовый нырок
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Скопа
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Birds by Jacek Żbikowski
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‘Biggest, highest, wildest, most beautiful’ – photographs that will convince you to visit Alaska

It’s exactly 151 years since Alaska was sold by Russia to the United States for the sum of $7.2 million. Starting with Denali National Park in autumn, these stunning photographs will demonstrate that it was quite a bargain …

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‘Biggest, highest, wildest, most beautiful’ – photographs that will convince you to visit Alaska
more at Telegraph

25 places in Eastern Europe you must see in your lifetime

25 places in Eastern Europe you must see in your lifetime

Tallinn, Estonia
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Lake Bled, Slovenia
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The Hill of Crosses, Lithuania
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Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
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Moscow, Russia
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25 places in Eastern Europe you must see in your lifetime
more at Telegraph

Trees

Trees from the Smithsonian Photo Contest 2018

A day in the Japanese Gardens in Portland, OR
by Craig Bill
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A Tree Dreaming
by Christian Spencer
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Foggy morning on the lake.
by Robert Graham
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Swamp lands deep inside the Florida Everglades.
by Clane Gessel
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Surreal winter lollipops
by Matas Jūras
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Zion “Shoe Tree.” Zion National Park, Utah
by Kent LeFevre
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Trees from the Smithsonian Photo Contest 2018
more at Smithsonian Mag

The Mind’s Eye | The dream-like world of Hengki Koentjoro

For Hengki Koentjoro it is the photographer’s state of mind that is as important to the final image as any other aspect of the process. Kathrine Anker talks to him about meditation, nature and self-expression.

“Mother Nature offers a world without borders and walls; it is the only place where the horizon line still exists.”

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The Mind’s Eye
The dream-like world of Hengki Koentjoro
more in Black+White Photography Magazine