Using rocks, pebbles and leaves, Artist Dietmar Voorworld created beautiful pieces of land art. He starts this hobby during a trip to Greece, where he started playing with the sand and pebbles. Then he found himself in loving with to create those fine art with natural material, he began to take it seriously and started to photograph his works. With a unique sensibility for color, contrast and texture, Voorworld creates harmonious while stunning work. As he said ” my artistic work has something to do with peace. Peace with nature, with the weather, the stones, the light and the inscrutable ocean. Peace with myself.”
French landscape astrophotographer and astronomy journalist Laurent Laveder created this whimsical and playful photographs series “Moon Games“. By manipulating the perspective of his lens, Laveder capture these interesting photos that looks like people playing with the moon. No matter it is full, half or crescent moons, Laurent imaginatively transforms the floating celestial body into an unexpected object, such as lamp, balloon and clock face. Check some of our favorite here and see the rest on his website.
Using a macro approach, talented Ukrainian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko reveal the amazingly tiny world of snail in front of us. With great patience and a steady hand, Mishchenko shoots his unwitting models in their natural habitats. Through a creative perspective, Mishchenko introduces a whimsical world of snails – how they kiss each other, drink drop of dew, stretch across gaps. Here we presented some of Mishchenko’s work and you can explore more on his website.
As a retired person, Steve Axford likes to photograph and explore the world. His interests over everything from micro fungi to volcanoes, though more of his time now is spent with the fungi than the volcanoes. Living in Northern Rivers area of NSW in Australia, where was once a huge area of uninterrupted lowland, subtropical rainforest, Axford spends his time documenting the living world around him. Here, we will present some of his famous fungi photography. Be sure to check his website to explore more.