In Neelem Valley. We went to payala lake. There was a little village near the lake. The lake itself was amazing and the view was too. There was a like river flowing from near us and you could see the snow caped mountains. As the time passed clouds began to form and the valley began to get covered by the fog. I could see the fog in the far but the mountain peek was clear and the sun was only shining on the peak. It made the view so beautiful and amazing. Photography by Talha Malik
Yukio Ohyama has devoted his entire life to photographing Mt. Fuji
photographer Yukio Ohyama. Almost as if destined to be linked to Mt. Fuji – Ohyama (大山) literally means large mountain – he discovered the alluring qualities of Mt. Fuji at a young age and at 24 decided to devote his career to photographing it. Now, almost 40 years later and more than 10 photobooks under his belt, he continues to point his camera at the mountain, rain sleet or shine. He even built his house at the foot of the mountain.
Elegant Destination Outdoor Mountain Wedding
Photography: Lane Dittoe - lanedittoe.com Read More on SMP: http://www.stylemepretty.com/2016/03/30/elegant-destination-outdoor-mountain-wedding/
Highlights of the year from the Russ Bishop Photography fine art collection. Russ began his photographic odyssey at age fourteen and has been expressing his love for the natural world one frame at a time ever since. Early years spent hiking and climbing in California's Sierra Nevada mountains instilled in him a passion for travel, adventure and discovery, and photography became the natural conduit for expressing his vision. From alpine environments to travel destinations worldwide, his…
In the beginning the clouds veiled the mountains, but just as the sun began to set, the clouds lifted to reveal one of the best sunsets we'd ever taken. By M&D Hills Photography. http://blueridgemountainlife.com/behind-photos-m-d-hills-photography/
Out of Season: The Vanishing Architecture of Wildwoods
As time moves on, inevitably things must die. Such it is with Wildwood — the New Jersey resort town that holds a special place in American architecture. Known as the place that contains the densest concentration of mid-century commercial architecture, Wildwood was once the “it place” to be in motel resorts. The unique destination holds a special photographer Mark Havens’ life, as his grandmother began going to Wildwood in the late 1930s and that tradition was passed on to multiple…
Photographer Explores New Zealand's South Island, Takes Stunning Landscape Photos
Although it's only been two years since Rach Stewart started to get serious about photography her fascination with landscapes and long exposure photographs stretches back a lot further. Passionate about surfing and the great outdoors, from beaches to mountains, Stewart had always taken photos on her iPhone and uploaded her adventures to Instagram.Over time she began to realise how important it was to capture these moments and coupled with the fact that her following on social media was g...