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12 times NYC… or some other city with an Empire State Building

By photographer Randy Scott Slavin.
In his work called “Alternate Perspectives” NYC becomes an unknown city of nowhere: only its landmarks are recognizable.


“Portraits of time” | Beth Moon

Beth Moon, a photographer based in San Francisco, has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around the globe to capture the most magnificent trees that grow in remote locations and look as old as the world itself.

Manmade landscapes (part 1)

Manmade Landscapes.
Human activities, along with their results and effects on the environment, create an anthropic landscape that we’ve come to identify with unspoiled nature: the forest and the grassland are no different from the crops and open mines.


Gabriele Basilico | Photographer of the city from another era

Gabriele Basilico, an architectural photographer from another era: A gallery that will shine a new light on the ordinary of architecture: a dimension of the city often overlooked.


A photography of patience

Landscape to Architecture to Pure image — storytelling of a journey within scenery, color, atmosphere and materials.


Blazing Yellow (©Pantone) >>> brutal concrete

Transition from “Blazing Yellow” as named by ©Pantone to brutal concrete: a photograph about contrast and opposites


Pale Marigold >>> Mandarin Red

Sunset pictures taken in Greece and Croatia.
Pale Marigold and Mandarin Red are the color nuances as named by Pantone