Nature Photography by Kilian Schoenberger  

“Others are doing yoga – I am ascending mountains in the darkness of the night. Immersing in my own tranquil world step by step. The stoic rhythm of hiking through the gloom – the gently looming dawn and finally the satisfying moment when I reach my final location.”

Nature Photography by Kilian Schoenberger  

“Others are doing yoga – I am ascending mountains in the darkness of the night. Immersing in my own tranquil world step by step. The stoic rhythm of hiking through the gloom – the gently looming dawn and finally the satisfying moment when I reach my final location.”

Dawn on the Cliffs - Comment and Photo by Matthieu Parmetier
Dawn mood on the cliffs of Etretat last sunday. I expected a nice colorful sunrise after a long drive to get there, but it was just grey and blue. Anyway, I love this place more than any other from my born county of Normandy. So here we are with this first long exposure picture taken around 6am yesterday morning.

Dawn on the Cliffs - Comment and Photo by Matthieu Parmetier

Dawn mood on the cliffs of Etretat last sunday. I expected a nice colorful sunrise after a long drive to get there, but it was just grey and blue. Anyway, I love this place more than any other from my born county of Normandy. So here we are with this first long exposure picture taken around 6am yesterday morning.


Nothingness - by TJ Thorne -

comment by photographer ~ I love Oregon. We have so much diversity within a day’s drive. At the last minute one day, I decided to make the 9 hour round trip drive out to the Painted Hills. The forecast called for scattered thunderstorms… so it was quite a gamble going here. And while I always hope for good light and photographic opportunities, what I was really after was.. nothing. I wanted to be around nothing. This spot isn’t REMOTE. But it’s out there. Far enough away that you don’t hear the cars.. that you have to wait for cattle to move off the road.. that all you hear is the sound of the wind and your breathing as you inhale the scent of sagebrush and juniper. I was luckily treated to some very nice light… which doesn’t happen to me a lot. John Day Fossil Beds, Oregon.
Nothingness - by TJ Thorne -
  • comment by photographer ~ I love Oregon. We have so much diversity within a day’s drive. At the last minute one day, I decided to make the 9 hour round trip drive out to the Painted Hills. The forecast called for scattered thunderstorms… so it was quite a gamble going here. And while I always hope for good light and photographic opportunities, what I was really after was.. nothing. I wanted to be around nothing. This spot isn’t REMOTE. But it’s out there. Far enough away that you don’t hear the cars.. that you have to wait for cattle to move off the road.. that all you hear is the sound of the wind and your breathing as you inhale the scent of sagebrush and juniper. I was luckily treated to some very nice light… which doesn’t happen to me a lot. John Day Fossil Beds, Oregon.
KITE PERSPECTIVES BY GERCO DE RUIJTER
Gerco de Ruijter experiments with the eye of the camera in an unusual way, he photographs landscapes with a camera attached to a kite or to a large fishing rod. The intenstity of his images seems to contradict the simplicity of their creation.
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KITE PERSPECTIVES BY GERCO DE RUIJTER
Gerco de Ruijter experiments with the eye of the camera in an unusual way, he photographs landscapes with a camera attached to a kite or to a large fishing rod. The intenstity of his images seems to contradict the simplicity of their creation.
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KITE PERSPECTIVES BY GERCO DE RUIJTER
Gerco de Ruijter experiments with the eye of the camera in an unusual way, he photographs landscapes with a camera attached to a kite or to a large fishing rod. The intenstity of his images seems to contradict the simplicity of their creation.
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KITE PERSPECTIVES BY GERCO DE RUIJTER

Gerco de Ruijter experiments with the eye of the camera in an unusual way, he photographs landscapes with a camera attached to a kite or to a large fishing rod. The intenstity of his images seems to contradict the simplicity of their creation.

Emerald Bay and Fannette Island in Lake Tahoe, at sunrise. Emerald Bay State Park, California, USA.  Photo Credit:  Jeff Hunter

Emerald Bay and Fannette Island in Lake Tahoe, at sunrise. Emerald Bay State Park, California, USA.  Photo Credit:  Jeff Hunter

Earth Bones - Photo and comment by Phill Monson: 
Looking over this view in Arches National Park, it almost seemed as though the red rock hoodoos could be the exposed bones of the Earth.

Earth Bones - Photo and comment by Phill Monson: 

Looking over this view in Arches National Park, it almost seemed as though the red rock hoodoos could be the exposed bones of the Earth.