Posts Tagged ‘landscape’

Elephants

There is a stirring, stunning beauty to the elephants in this fine art piece. There is no question that climate change is causing serious problems for these amazing creatures, among others. You can appreciate this piece for its beauty. At the same time, understand that this will surely leave you with a sense of longing. […]

Giraffes

Animals will do their best to adapt. However, if we do not take climate change seriously, animals like these giraffes will only be able to adapt for so long. There is a quiet beauty to this piece, which depicts two giraffes crossing across a small body of water. Beyond them is an uncertain future. (Jan […]

La rencontre (the meeting)

A family of elephants is engaged in some sort of conference with a woman along the plains. The woman is fully nude, yet we know she walks and stands with staggering confidence. She is comfortable in her skin. She is speaking with a family of elephants. The parents seem to be a little wary, and […]


Horses

Where do you think these horses are going? Unless we take the subject of climate change seriously, we may not be able to answer that question in a very positive way. Beyond that, it is impossible to look at this fine art piece without being captivated by the power and beauty of these animals. (Jan […]

Horse stampede in the sea

A glorious, breathtaking stampede of horses in the sea! This is a perfect scene for not only those who like horses, but for those who appreciate the incredible energy and power of animals. A single animal can prove to be powerful enough. Bring together the energy of several examples of the same animal, and you […]

Falcons hunting in the evening

This dynamic, rich piece features the striking visual of falcons in their distinctive, powerful surroundings. A moon that is simply massive, almost too close for comfort, hangs over the evening sky. The falcons are profoundly dedicated to their purpose. They will not stop hunting until they have found what they are looking for. If you […]


Lion

Where is this lion going? No one can say for sure. There is an element of mystery to this fine art example. There is even a sense of adventure. At the same time, as we think about things like climate change, one can make the chilling argument that this lion is heading towards an unknown […]

The Penguin

Has time run out for the poor penguin? This remarkable, unique fine art piece certainly imagines that to be the case. We aren’t quite at the point depicted in this piece. At least, not yet. This release is a stirring indication of what is going to happen, if we don’t start to take climate change […]

Polar Bear

Where will the polar bear go, when we have destroyed their natural habitat once and for all? Obviously, this is not a pleasant question to think about. Here in this fine art piece, the stunning image before us shows what will happen, if we don’t take climate change more seriously. (Jan Keteleer) Artist: Jan Keteleer […]


Wildlife, Landscape, and Nature Photographer

My name is Anette Mossbacher, and I am a wildlife, landscape and nature photographer with a deep-seated interest in the natural world.

Rhino

Few creatures emphasize power and grace in a more compelling way than the rhino. Unfortunately, if we don’t take climate change seriously, they may disappear in our lifetime. This provocative fine art piece reminds us that we still have so much to do, if we are going to save the world. (Jan Keteleer) Artist: Jan […]

Paris

It is a dark irony indeed that this fine art piece depicts the iconic Eiffel Tower almost entirely under water, as a result of climate change. It was in Paris where that historic climate change agreement came into existence. Will we implement the necessary changes, before the grim fiction of this piece becomes a reality? […]


Avalon Light Photoart

by Richard Winn Avalon Light Photoart was founded in October 2009, by Richard Winn. Richard is a part time photographer, based in Somerset, in the south west of England, not far from the large city of Bristol and close to the opportunities of the Somerset Levels and uplands, such as Exmoor and the Quantock Hills. […]

Temple in a lake

There is something about this fine art piece that draws us in from the first moment we look to it. We can almost imagine a scene such as this from a dream. We know that if we were there, we would have to make our way into the clear water. We would have to swim […]

Chris Bidleman Photography

Chris Bidleman The nature of artists is to explore the world around them, see things differently, and to constantly learn more about their craft and about themselves. I am both a photographer as well as a musician and I seek out new ways to combine both the performing arts as well as visual arts. By […]


Dave Welling

Wildlife and nature photographer Hello. My name is Dave Welling Since childhood, I have been fascinated by wildlife and the natural world and began using a camera to capture those unique moments when wild animals do something spectacular or the light on a landscape takes your breath away. With that background I became a professional […]

DaniLew Productions

“beauty in its most primitive shape” My name is Danielle Lewis. I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA and now live in Fredericksburg, VA, USA which is just outside our nation’s capitol Washington, DC. Growing up in a steel-making town where the skies were sometimes made ugly with soot and now living near […]

Adding sound with still images..

I’ve always been drawn to the storytelling side of still imagery. Two months ago I began a new and added direction for my still photography. The addition of sound. For some time I’ve been pondering the changing media landscape for photographers, many are adding video to their offerings. I think video has a proper place […]


Alex Hill – Imagine Grafx

HDR landscape and cityscape I am a graphic designer and photographer currently based out Kelowna, BC, Canada. I am self-employed and have over 25 years experience in the industry, specializing mostly in sports imaging. I have provided services for many professional sports teams through the years, as well as at the collegiate and minor levels. […]

Barbara Magnuson & Larry Kimball Nature & Wildlife Photography

Light & Substance “We are first and foremost nature photographers. We are not specialists in that we tend to capture images of what interests us, inspires us and surprises us, macros to landscapes, behavior to portraits and all of the wild. As a husband and wife team we collaborate of course but retain our own […]

Picturing the Americas

I felt totally in love with America. My name is Inge Zuelich. I grew up in Midwestern Germany. I’ve always been an adventurous person. My first time travelling without my parents was a backpackers trip through Central America. Three month in countries so different from everything that I knew and everything that my world had […]


House with lit windows in a wintry forest at dusk

Atmospheric photograph of a house with Christmas lights and illuminated windows at dusk in winter.

Sailing Stones on the Racetrack Playa

Two sailing rocks on the Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park appear to converge from opposite directions leaving a trail behind them.

New collection of relaxing nature videos from Sweden

A new collection of relaxing nature videos available for downlad and streaming. The first two videos feature water: a serene lake in autumn and flowing water.