Felix Indens Mesmerizing Fairy Tale Landscapes of the Lofoten Islands

If moody landscapes are your thing, one of the best places to find them is up north, where nature is often both moving and intense. In his latest set, German landscape photographer Felix Inden showed us another destination to add on our must-visit list: the Lofoten Islands of Norway, which is home to some of the most magical landscapes of the Arctic Circle.

Wild Squirrels Celebrate Easter

Every year I capture an Easter squirrel photo series. Always with new scenes and props. This time the big difference is that there is still 1-meter snow laying in the end of March here in the middle of Sweden.

Bucharest As A Winter Wonderland

The first week of March, Romania greeted spring with heavy snowfalls and extreme cold weather as temperatures dropped under -20 degrees Celsius. The whole country was under orange alert for a few days, and schools closed for one week to the joy of many kids but the city looked like a winter wonderland, very surreal under all the snow.

See the Netherlands Historically Cold Winter in Before-and-After Photos

Last week was extremely cold in my country, the Netherlands. February 28th was the coldest 28th of February in history, breaking the record set in 1904. Its crazy to experience this kind of weather here while some of my friends in Norway and Iceland are having warmer weather. Temperatures of around -10C (14F) at night […]

I Tried Photographing My Kids More At Home And This Is What Happened

I noticed I was photographing my own kids less and less. The weather was cold outside, the days were dark, the schedule was busy, there never seemed a "right time". I decided to keep my camera close by at home to capture what pulled at my heart, whatever that may be.

Nandakumar Narasimhans Photo Diary is a Peek Into Himalayan Winters

All images byNandakumar Narasimhan. Used with Creative Commons permission. The most effective and enduring travel photos create a picture of a place by telling a story. This is what aspiring travel photographers work to learn and achieve through practice and trust in their sense of adventure. If you’re one of these creatives who is seeking

Franck Bohbot Captures a Dreamy New York City in Velvet Snow

The start of 2018 saw New York City making it to global headlines for the snowstorm that pummeled and paralyzed the metropolis. While that was a case of extreme weather that hits the city every few years, New York-based photographer and filmmaker Franck Bohbot shows that snowfall can also turn the Big Apple into a cinematic winter wonderland.

Skander Khlif Captures the Beauty of Winter in Munich

The unique and moody imagery of winter will always be a source of inspiration, stories, and ideas for photographers. It doesn't matter where you are in the world; as long as winter comes to your city, you're bound to find something worth capturing.

Photographing The Cranes Migration

A few years ago when I was studying photography I wanted to document the power of the nature and one of the most special experiences in Israel is to watch the huge numbers of cranes that land at hula valley at the winter, to rest and refill their energy to continue migrating to Africa.

Stijn Hoekstra Takes Us Around a Cinematic Amsterdam in Winter

If you've seen and loved the faces and scenes of Cuba captured in cinematic style byStijn Hoekstra, you'll surely enjoy this featured set. The Amsterdam-basedcinematographer and photographer wows us again with his beautiful photography, this time with a series of cinematic snaps of winter in his city.

The Four Seasons Through My Living Room

This has been a project I've been working on since last year. A friend of mine suggested that a multi seasonal photo set would look great for a blog post. As the months went on it was getting hard to remain consistent with the different locations and only the living room set was completed.

Winter In Iceland

I come to Iceland several times in year, but my favourite season there is winter. Why winter, when there's darkness most of the time and the weather is rough? The answer is simple. I love the atmosphere of being in the mountains alone, watching northern light and stars, feeling the energy of island and the ocean.

A Girl And Her Husky

It took a few month of planning to create this set of images. We found a husky owner that was willing to let us photograph their dog together with my daughter. The inspiration behind the image was the fact that the husky's eyes are very much like my daughter's and thought it might make a great combination.

I Made A Winter Series With My Two Cats

Last December something unexpected happened… it snowed! I (Felicity Berkleef) live in The Netherlands. People that live in The Netherlands, know that snow is very very rare. Especially because we also didn't have snow in December for a couple of years.

Frozen The Non-Disney Version

Once a year, if it gets cold enough my husband and I go to the shore of Lake Michigan. We look for and photograph natural ice sculptures. This year we went to Openlands Lakeshore Preserve, and the Lake Forest Harbor located about 35 miles north of Chicago.

Winter In Siberia, On Lake Baikal

We made a winter trip on the frozen Baikal Lake. This is the largest lake on earth. Located in Russia, southern Siberia, between Irkutsk Oblast.

Drone Or Microscope?

Spent my day to looking after interesting shapes on the melting ice of Lake Balaton, in Hungary.

Last Days Of Winter

The past months I went to frozen days of winter and endless hours of darkness. Although I was born in autumn, I really love those long and lazy summer days, so during these shortest days of the year, I'm really counting the hours of the returning of spring.

I Met Giant Machine Monsters In The Woods

Hello, my name is Konti a photographer based in Dunaújváros, Hungary. The town, which was established in the heart of Hungary in the middle of the 20th Century, used to be called Stalin town and since 1961 it’s been called Dunaujvaros.

Christmas Lights In Sz

Székesfehérvár, a Hungarian city with rich history, was the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary in the Middle Ages. Now the air is filled with the scent of gingerbread and mulled wine in the city center. Honey-sweet, spicy scents warm the hearts.

Ive Never Seen So Much Snow In Amsterdam

I can't remember seeing so much snow in our Dutch Capital Amsterdam before. Yesterday afternoon snow started falling out of the sky for hours and hours without stopping. As I was already present in Amsterdam, I took the opportunity of trying to document the atmosphere this beautiful afternoon.

I Photographed Lake Bled When It Was Frozen (And Saw White Walkers)

Lake Bled doesn’t freeze very often but this year the temperature was very low for almost all January and it was finally possible to walk all the way to the island. First, only a few of the bravest men and women dared to walk more than a few meters from the shore, but after the lake was completely covered with thick layer of ice, whole masses migrated to the island. And it’s really an amazing sight to see.