Lush green mountains and the deep blue of the ocean. Cold nights and hot springs. Big waves and flat spells. One day and four seasons.
Where the fragrance of gumtrees and pines blends into the salty chill of the Atlantic ocean, where food and wine are just as diverse and vibrant as the regions they represent.
Instead of reading the newspaper, sleeping or staring into the screen of a smart phone, Ben Rubin started drawing his fellow New Yorkers doing these things in the subway – and added some imaginery monsters.
Big fish, asthmatic sea lions, funky birds, and primates poking selfie sticks into reptile’s faces: Snapshots from a journey to the Enchanted Islands.
Polish photographer and filmmaker Arkadiusz Podniesinski travelled to the contaminated exclusion zone around the nuclear power plant in Fukushima and came back with an impressive collection of haunting, post-apocalyptic images. Check out his website for an interesting-to-read report about his experience and his encounter with locals, as well as even more pictures. All photos ©…
Beautiful people, scenic views, delicious food and the urban buzz of the big city: Missing the ocean, but inland Colombia is just too good to run away and rejoin the surf circus.
As days are getting shorter and shorter and temperatures drop below a comfortable level, nature in Germany turns into an explosion of colours.
The otherworldly colours and shapes of mushrooms are an extremely powerful reminder of how mind-blowing the nature of planet Earth is. Mycena Chlorophos Rhodotus Palmatus Hydnellum Peckii Porcelain Fungus Clathrus Archeri Clathrus Ruber Cyathus Striatus Marasmius Haematocephalus Coprinus Comatus Panus Fasciatus Geastrum Minimum …
Taylor Camp, says Hawaii-based photographer John Wehrheim, was not a commune, and there were no rules. Set at the edge of the road along the beach of the ancient island of Kauai, the tiny village was home to restless souls longing to escape from the unrest of their generation… Read the full story and see…
The Droid ID crew did a really excellent job on the documentary of last year’s Boom Festival. Episode 3 is all about the creation of the event. Beautiful pictures and many interesting shots and interviews from behind the scenes.
Time travel in a picture: Norwegian photographer Hebe Robinson took pictures from the 1950s and seamlessly embedded them into recent photographs of the environment in which they were taken. Via Duendemad.
Outstanding surf, breathtaking dive sites, great company, and consistently shit music at parties: Beating around in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama.
A late summer day in the Black Forest, South Germany. Surrounded by the peaceful beauty of the landscape it’s amazing to see that the shapes and colours of mushrooms are just as surreal as corals, and that a walk through the woods can be just as amazing as a dive in the ocean.
Some random snapshots from my 6th Boom Festival. The setup was mind-blowing as always, and although I spent a great part of my time working with the communication team and the video documentary guys it was an outstanding festival… again.
The hyperreal paintings of Joel Rae fascinate me for two reasons: On the one hand, looking at them triggers an intense cognitive cocktail of associations and emotions, a state of mind that clearly borders on a psychedelic experience. On the other hand, it’s his deadly precision and craftsmanship that boggles me. All pictures © Joel…
21 days, 5800 km, countless impressions – Random photos from an epic road trip through Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales.
And after the next turn of the road… it got even better. Random photos from my recent trip to the south island of New Zealand, one of the most mind-blowing places I have seen.
The vast sky fades from the darkest to the lightest shades of blue, speckled by some puffy white clouds. The pale green of grass and the lush green of some scattered shrubs contrast with the entire spectrum of orange and red. Yellow and purple rock faces merge into brown slopes. Salt licks glisten in the…
Obscure backyard bars with wooden pallets instead of chairs. Rusty freight containers cut open, furnished with bulky waste, a state-of-the-art coffee maker and a display full of organic cakes. Amazing graffiti, sculptures, and street art everywhere. Victorian architecture next to quite a bit of totally weird stuff. Melbourne is the cultural hub of Australia, the…
Where the jungle meets the concrete. Where the Orient meets the Occident. Where urban buzz meets nature’s peace. Photographic impressions from Kuala Lumpur, a fascinating melting pot of cultures, colors and vibes.