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Glowing Urban Scenery Of Japan At Night Between Tradition And Modernity By Naohiro Yako
Tokyo-based urban explorer Naohiro Yako is a multi talented artist with a focus on street photography who has just created a colorful and dazzling nighttime series of pictures where he captures the urban scenery of Japan at night, between tradition and modernity.  More
Feb. 8, 2018
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Jaw-dropping Photos Of Light Pillars In Northern Canada By Ray Majoran
Light pillars are an atmospheric optical phenomenon in which vertical bands of light appear to stream off light objects or surfaces on Earth. They occur when light is reflected off tiny ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere that together act like a gigantic mirror, reflecting the light source ...  More
Jan. 30, 2018
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Captivating Misty Nightscapes In Opole, Poland By Pawel Uchorczak
'I love photographing landscapes mainly mountains, seascapes and nightscapes. I travel around the Europe and capture beautiful places (ex. Provence, Tuscany and my beautiful country Poland. Wiliam Turner is my favorite painter. I love to mix impression and expression in my photos. I like warm tones ...  More
Jan. 25, 2018
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The Drive-Ins: Stephen Fox Theatrical Nighttime Landscapes
'I am primarily a painter of the contemporary nighttime landscape, places brought into a state of relative quiet as human activity diminishes and the bathing light of the sun is replaced by artificial lighting or the moon’s silver glow. In these familiar places gone partially dark and less ...  More
Nov. 21, 2017
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Elsa Bleda Hauntingly Beautiful Neon Night Photography
Elsa Bleda is a 28-year-old artist, photographer, art director and actress who was born in France and currently lives and works in Johannesburg, South Africa. As a stranger in the night, she explores the cities she calls home, shedding a light on the abandoned nightscapes she encounters. Bleda has a ...  More
Nov. 15, 2017