Right now, most of us are busy with the coming holiday season. No matter you are still trying to find gifts for your beloved or enjoying various parties, sometimes, maybe you need take a breath and refresh yourself a bit. Tranquil and peaceful! Kind of weird mood for now, but it is exactly what I feel when I saw below photography by Canada-based photographer Jennifer Squires Ross. Ross specializes in taking peaceful landscape photos, meaning the kind that make you want to quiet your busy mind, brew some hot tea and just take a deep breath. Hope you enjoy these photos and cool your mind a bit before you get back the to heated holiday season. [source]
Not many enjoy walking outside in a rainy day, especially in winter time. And most photographers do not feel comfortable in taking photographs in bad weather. But you probably wouldn’t disagree that when it rains, it look simply beautiful. Shooting in rain produces dramatic atmosphere and soft romantic scenes. Whether you are after lightning strikes or water drops, alone the incredible cloud formations can produce quite exciting and impressive photos. Hence, we rounded up 30 Beautiful Rain Photos and hope you will love this collection or bring you some inspiration if you want to take your own “rainy” photos.
These gorgeous photos in this post were taken by Pedro Terrinha, talented photographer based in Lisbon. Pedro shots in multiple subjects and thank to great color tones and “bokeh effects” we can see nice photos with “dreamy” effect. In photography, bokeh effects isn’t simply a blurred background, but the blurring of light or refracted light. It usually comes out looking like dots of color in the image. Check his photos and deep into sweet moments! Enjoy! [source]
These magical pictures capturing the ethereal and otherworldly beauty of the melting of Jokulsarlon – the largest glacial lagoon in Iceland were taken by French photographer Alexandre Deschaumes who has spent three years visiting the lagoon during the melting season to record the stunning natural wonder. From June to September each year the frozen glacier begins to melt – which gives the lagoon and its ice islands a haunting life of its own. Alexandre Deschaumes was inspired by the otherworldly feeling and original beauty of this place. And he believes his quest is to reveal and show the world that this kind of atmosphere and places exists, and maybe trying to open a ‘new door’ of imagination and dreams. The lagoon on the photos are truly beautiful, fascinating balance of the surreal, desolate, but still completely elegant and mesmerizing landscape. [source]