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Kittiwut Chuamrassamee Landscape photography

Kittiwut Chuamrassamee Landscape photography

Flamingo in the sunset. Kittiwut Chuamrassamee Landscape photography

Kittiwut Chuamrassamee Landscape photography.
Kittiwut Chuamrassamee is a talented amateur photographer, accountant by profession, who graduated from the University. Kittiwut Chuamrassamee is from Bang Phli, Samut Prakan, Thailand, but currently is living in Bangkok. Although he has been photographing for three years, he has already got an award for his skills. Besides, these breathtakingly beautiful images of landscapes were featured in travel guide and tourism magazines. The self-taught photographer captures amazing scenery, minimal and poetic, rather like a fairy tale than a reality. Kittiwut Chuamrassamee has traveled to many beautiful places of his native land where he found inspiration for his work. The motto of Kittiwut Chuamrassamee “My life is a Journey”.
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Meteorological phenomenon Sand storms

Meteorological phenomenon Sand storms can turn the green continent into a yellow alien like planet

Meteorological phenomenon Sand storms can turn the green continent into a yellow alien planet

Meteorological phenomenon Sand storms can turn the green continent into a yellow alien like planet. If not to take into account it is a desert area. More unusually, when it occurs in a town on the coast. For example, in Sydney. Four years ago, Sydney was suddenly covered with yellowish-red sand. The event was out of the ordinary, inspired people to take shots, make whole photo projects dedicated to that event. For example: «Red Dust» and «The Red Sydney Project». All photos were taken on September 23, 2009. The city really looked like some unknown Martian metropolis.
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Most beautiful tunnels of trees in the world

Most beautiful tunnels of trees in the world

Most beautiful tunnels of trees in the world

Most beautiful tunnels in the world.
Tunnel of cherry trees is located in Bonn, Germany, it is definitely worth visiting. Flowering Cherry blossoms create amazing pink archway for 7-10 days, depending on the weather. Many of us, especially those in large cities, sorely lacking of the life of nature. Therefore, it is extremely pleasant to stroll in the fabulous living corridor of twisted trees, whether it is a street in the center of the bustling city, the park or forest. Let’s look at the top ten most beautiful tunnels of trees from around the world. Some of them are created naturally, others – with the participation of men, but they are all equally beautiful.
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Aerial photographs of Alex MacLean

Fields in California, 1989. Aerial photographs of Alex MacLean

Fields in California, 1989. Aerial photographs of Alex MacLean

Aerial photographs of Alex MacLean.
American photographer and pilot Alex MacLean has flown his plane nearly over all the United States, taking beautiful pictures of landscapes, industrial panoramas, and cityscapes. He is one of the most popular in the world aerial photographers. Alex McLean studied architecture at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, and this perhaps explains his passion for lines and colors. He exhibited his photographs in the United States, as well as abroad – Canada, Europe, Asia. Many of his photographs are in private, public and university collections. Besides, for his work Alex MacLean has won numerous prestigious awards. MacLean maintains a studio and lives in Lincoln, Massachusetts. MacLean is the co-author of several books, including Over: The American Landscape At The Tipping Point, a visually stunning catalog of the extraordinary patterns and profound physical consequences brought about by humans and nature.
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Lake Shaitan and floating islands

Lake Shaitan and floating islands

Lake Shaitan and floating islands. Lake Shaitan, Urzhum, Kirov Oblast, Russia

Lake Shaitan and floating islands.
One of the most unique and beautiful lakes in Russia – Lake Shaitan, located about 39 km from the city of Urzhum, Kirov Oblast. The lake has a karstic origin, depth up to 25 meters. The Lake Shaitan is fed by underground water. A unique phenomenon – drifting on the lake island, with growing bushes and small trees. The islands can support the weight of several people. Another unique feature of the Shaitan lake in the emissions of fountains and water columns. Columns are available in various heights (up to 10 m), the emissions are irregular. Locals say that the emissions are in the winter, leaving the rearing sticking up thick ice floes.
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Green dictatorship in Bhutan

Green dictatorship in Bhutan.

Green dictatorship in Bhutan. Nobding, Bhutan

Green dictatorship in Bhutan.
Bhutan has become the first country in the world, that passed the legislation on organic agriculture. Also, 60% of country’s territory is under the national parks, and the foundation of life in the country is a “tradition.” Bhutan with the ecological dictatorship is quite possible the future of the Earth. Bhutan has become the first country, where the official metrics of society declared a “Gross National Happiness” (GNH). Gross domestic product (GDP) which inspires Western intellectuals and their supervisors. By the way, the GDP of Bhutan is about 2.5 thousand dollars per person per year, and on this indicator the country is one of the poorest in the world. But, according to the infamous GNH – Bhutan placed itself on the 8th place in the world, ahead of all the Western countries.
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What a beautiful world

What a beautiful world. Rolling hills. Fine art landscape photographer Zack Schnepf

What a beautiful world. Rolling hills. Fine art landscape photographer Zack Schnepf

What a beautiful world. Here is the collection of colorful landscapes of different photographers. The image above – Rolling hills. Fine art landscape photographer Zack Schnepf is inspired with incredible variety of colors in nature. The award winning photographer’s images look like a paradise on Earth. He admits that visiting these wild areas is a form of meditations, where Zack Schnepf gets to completely relax and appreciate the incredible beauty of nature. Zack Schnepf is concerned with the current state of the environment and global warming. He hopes his art works will raise awareness about conserving these amazing wilderness areas. The more often we see the things around us – even the beautiful and wonderful things – the more they become invisible to us. That is why we often take for granted the beauty of this world: the flowers, the trees, the birds, the clouds – even those we love. Because we see things so often, we see them less and less. (Joseph B. Wirthlin)
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