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.
Amazon is called the most fascinating river on the world, is a dreaming place for many of us but it is not easy to explore by ourselves. Thanks to Aqua Expeditions team, now we have the chance to enjoy the legendary river in a chic boutique hotel that floats on Amazon. This nature-based luxury cruises offer uniquely “up close” journeys – exotic wildlife and the natural beauty of Amazon while also allowing guests to experience the area at a leisurely pace and get to know first-hand, one of the most culturally and environmentally-diverse countries on earth.
After early retirement from medical profession, Weerapong Chaipuck becomes a travel and landscape photographer. Traveling around Thailand and beyond (to China, Indonesia, Vietnam, and India), Chaipuck manages to take a peek into the lives of ordinary villagers in fairly remote areas. Rather than hitting up the most touristy spots, he dives deep into each country’s rich culture to document their realities. Hence in his photo collection, you can not only see aesthetically pleasing views of nature but diverse people within each environment as well. For example traditional fishermen who work with birds to catch their prey or local flower vendors that sell their merchandise on worn boats as they drift across lakes. Check the whole collection on Chaipuck’s 500px page. And if you are interested in a one-on-one or small group photographic study, you can contact Weerapong Chaipuck as well.
PS: All photos belong to Weerapong Chaipuck