Nature is full of colors – green trees, blue ocean and various flowers. However, there are some places where are so colorful and make you doubt are they real. And the answer is, those colorful places are actually existed in the world. From the stripped mountain to massive lavender fields, those natural or man-made places are deliberately trying to parade the full scope of its beauty for us to admire.
Winter is here. How many of times we’ve impressed by the dramatic and drastic change of the look of a place by the weather. Take waterfalls, for example. They go from abundant, ever-flowing streams to a solid chunk of ice frozen in time. It is never easy to freeze waterfall, which is only formed in extremely low temperatures. Here we have rounded up 20 Magnificent Photos to show you the almost-unreal images of Frozen Waterfalls.
1. By Guillermo Palavecino
With respect for natural detail, New York based artist Alison Moritsugu captures the essence of Mother Nature in her log paintings. In this project, Moritsugu used trees as both the subject and the canvas. With those log painting, Moritsugu allows viewers to see what America was like when settlers first arrived and additionally depicts the destructive effects of industrialization. As Moritsugu said, “I like the juxtaposition and tension created by having an image of nature on a section or sample of real nature.”
This ingenious series of crafted illustrations was created by Jordan-based illustrator Shamekh Al-Bluwi. Shamekh sketches his fashion illustrations on paper then meticulously cut out the form of the outfits. This simple process turns the silhouette of each illustrated garment into a window, allowing things like buildings, trees and clouds to serve as color and pattern of clothing. Working with scenery he sees day to day, Shamekh is able to share not only beautiful drawings but a new way of appreciating the beauty of everyday life. I have to say, it is quite interesting to see the effect of wearing all kinds of buildings on body.