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John Pfahl: Luminous River

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Serene color images of the Susquehanna River

While driving from his home in Buffalo to Washington D.C., legendary landscape photographer John Pfahl became captivated by the constantly changing views of the Susquehanna River, which runs along the highway for fifty miles. Inspired, he later set out on an ambitious project to document the entire length of the river. The resulting photo series, called Luminous River, pays homage to 19th......read more

Dan Holdsworth: Infinite Picture

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Heavenly shots of Earth by famed London photographer

Dan Holdsworth's photos tend to have a sci-fi quality that makes it seem like you're looking at pictures of some distant planet dreamed up by George Lucas. But the Infinite Picture series is slightly different; instead of the space fantasy vibe, the photos of cloudscapes and mountain vistas look like nothing less than heaven itself -- or at least, how we imagine it. The otherworldly aura does not......read more

Sublime Landscape Photos by Spencer Murphy

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Nature reigns supreme in epic pics from Brit photographer

In creating his latest series of images, award-winning photographer Spencer Murphy looked back — way back — to the 18th century, when Romantic artists started painting nature as if it were a magnificent but terrifying abyss, ready to swallow humanity whole. His moving collection of landscape photos borrow heavily from the Romantic notion of nature as a sublime......read more

Delaney Allen's Magical Smoke Photos

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Misty abstraction from Portland-based photog

Fort Worth, TX-raised, Portland, OR-based photographer Delaney Allen is attracted to nature's transient moments. Training his camera on tracts of fog, mist, clouds or smoke, Allen freezes the ephemeral haze in its tracks.  "If you are using smoke, water and clouds as a subject matter,” Allen says, "you may never be able to see it in the same way."  Allen's smoky......read more

William Rugen: Harbinger

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Ominous B&W images of planet Earth

We first came across William Rugen via his Western Dioramas series, a collection of photos of sweeping landscapes in the American West. That led us to Harbinger, an older Rugen Flickr set with a much different tone. Set in stark black-and-white, the photos offer ominous perspectives of Earth from land, water and sky. Oceanic flotsam, surburban landscapes, shadows of planes. What exactly......read more

Exquisite Travel Photos by Jeff Luker

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Rambling young photographer hits the road

Jeff Luker is no stranger to moving around. Born in Massachusetts, the 25 year-old photographer moved to NYC for art school, where he was an assistant to Ryan McGinley. Now living in Portland, OR, Jeff travels all over shooting photos for big name clients like Urban Outfitters, Vice and Dazed & Confused.  But it's his personal photography of road trips with his friends that......read more

Patrick O'Hare: Slipstream

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Revealing photo series shows the effects of development on the American landscape

In Slipstream, NY-based photographer Patrick O'Hare offers a revealing glance at spaces we often pass through without giving much thought. A Wal-Mart parking lot in Connecticut juts up against bare rock, a new house development in Virginia sits in a sea of red soil. By contrasting the manmade with the natural, O'Hare provides a poignant comment on the effects of development on the......read more

Tim Simmons: Urban Land Project

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Bi-coastal photo project brings a bit of nature to the urban environs of LA and Philadelphia

The latest exhibition of Tim Simmons' landscape photos (a selection of which we previously featured here) isn't in a gallery, or a museum, or anywhere indoors. It's outside, on dilapidated brick walls in Philly and ad billboards in LA. By infiltrating the photos of natural elements -- forests, rivers, rocks, snow -- into unlikely urban settings, Simmons hopes that viewers will be......read more

Jake Stangel: Americans Outside

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Crispy travel photos shot in the Great Outdoors

If there was ever a photographer whose ouevre makes us want to beeline for the nearest ocean, lake, or forest, it's Jake Stangel. Based in San Francisco, Stangel travels around the country documenting different lifestyles, from orange farmers in Florida to surfers in Oregon. He explains his approach: "When I am setting up a shot, I'm trying to directly, purely relay my experience -- what I see,......read more

Robert Glenn Ketchum: Southwest Alaska

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Threatened wilderness photographed by world-renowned conservationist

For 40-odd years, Robert Glenn Ketchum has lent his considerable photographic talents to the cause of environmental conservation in America.  From California’s Big Sur coastline to the Hudson River Valley, Ohio’s Cuyahoga River Valley to Laguna San Ignacio in Baja California, Ketchum's images of threatened landscapes cover every corner of the country. He is a Founding Fellow of......read more

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