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Tokyo Under Heavy Snow Looking Like A Real-life Anime Film By Yuichi Yokota
Yuichi Yokota is an award-winning Japanese photographer who has recently captured a beautiful series of Tokyo turned into a winter wonderland. In spring, summer and fall, Tokyo is normally a bustling city filled with neon lights, but when heavy snow starts falling, it transforms into a real-life ...  More
Feb. 11, 2018
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Spectacular Aurora Borealis Self-portraits By Tiina Tormanen
Between 2014 and 2017, Finnish photographer Tiina Törmänen has shot a series of breathtaking self-portraits showing her silhouette dwarfed by a backdrop of stars and the Northern Lights. The portraits were all captured in the Arctic Lapland wilderness of northern Finland, a huge region of the ...  More
Feb. 3, 2018
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Glowing Niagara Falls In Freezing Temperatures By Adam Klekotka
Toronto-based photographer Adam Klekotka visited Niagara Falls last December in freezing temperatures and was amazed by the look of the falls, which were illuminated by color lights that made the scene look like 'fire and ice' on a different planet. 'What you can see in the picture is an observation ...  More
Feb. 2, 2018
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Sodium Sun: The Glowing Street Lights In Icelandic Landscapes By Stuart Richardson
Stuart Richardson was born in 1978 in Auckland, NZ and raised in Connecticut. Since 2007, he has been based in Reykjavík. In addition to his photography, he runs Custom Photo Lab, where he specializes in printing exhibitions and providing photographic services for fellow photographers and artists. ...  More
Jan. 29, 2018
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Snowlandia Zakopane Park In Poland Builds The World Largest Snow Labyrinth
The Snowlandia Zakopane park In Poland has created the world largest snow labyrinth. Opened in January 2016, it proved to be a smash hit with thousands of visitors trying to navigate the treacherous snowy maze with it’s 2-meter high walls. It took a staggering 60,000 ice bricks and 40 workers over ...  More
Jan. 27, 2018
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Frozen: Francois Ollivier Braves The Cold To Capture Montreal Winter Poetry
Francois Ollivier is a self-taught photographer born in the South of France who lives and work in Montreal since 2011. For his series titled 'Frozen', he braved the cold and took some amazing pictures of Montreal. 'I wish I had a great story about inheriting my first camera from my grandfather or ...  More
Jan. 25, 2018
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Hope Carter Fine Art Of Frozen Bubbles And Their Amazing Ice Crystal Formations
Michigan-based photographer Hope Carter is a master in the very precise art of photographing bubbles in freezing temperatures, which was inspired by some classes she helped teach in her children’s schools. She took her camera into the freezing outdoors, where she would blow bubbles that would then ...  More
Jan. 19, 2018
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In Chicago, A Fire Escape Freezes Into A Tower Of Ice After A Sprinkler System Broke
A portion of a street in Chicago's South Loop neighborhood was closed last Sunday because of the threat of falling ice from a frozen-over high-rise. A broken sprinkler system on one of the upper floors of a building at 615 S. Wabash covered the exterior wall in ice, leaving most of the fire escape ...  More
Jan. 12, 2018
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Photographer Naagaoshi Magical Winter Pictures Of Ginzan Onsen, One Of Japan Most Beautiful Hot Springs
22-year-old Japanese photographer and Twitter user @naagaoshi has recently shared a series of magical winter pictures he took while visiting Ginzan Onsen, one of Japan's most beautiful hot springs resorts. With the snow softly falling, the nostalgic mood, and lighting, it's almost hard to believe ...  More
Jan. 11, 2018
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It’s So Cold A Man Is Spotted Ice Skating On Frozen Maine Beach – Video
On January 7, 2018 in York, New England, it was so cold on Long Sands Beach that the waterfront was covered with ice. However, record-breaking temperatures (as low as negative 9 degrees Fahrenheit in York on Sunday) didn’t stop one enthusiast from hitting the beach for some outdoor fun. The guy ...  More
Jan. 10, 2018
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Karim Bouchetata Breathtaking Pictures Of Sahara Desert Turned Winter Wonderland
Just like last year, it snowed in the Sahara desert for the third time in 40 years. The Sahara desert touches several African nations including Algeria, Chad, Libya, Mali and Morocco and is one of the most hostile environments on Earth. Snow falling on the Saharan mountain ranges is very rare, let ...  More
Jan. 9, 2018
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White New York: Christophe Jacrot Dreamlike Snowscapes Of The Big Apple
'I came to photography nine years ago, in 2006, after completing training as a photojournalist. I accepted a commission for a guide book on Paris with the following brief: to produce images of sunny days in Paris. I can thank the horrendous weather in spring that year for giving me the idea of ...  More
Jan. 8, 2018
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Spectacular Pictures Of A Frozen Niagara Falls Coated In Ice
Record-shattering temperatures have turned Niagara Falls into a jaw-dropping winter wonderland. Being unfazed by the cold, local visitors who visited the site took to social media to share photos of the scenery which included vast portions of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls appearing almost ...  More
Jan. 2, 2018
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Photos Of Sahara Desert Under The Snow By Karim Bouchetata
The Algerian town of "Ain Sefra" is known as the Gateway to the Sahara, and it's not the kind of place that gets associated with winter weather. So imagine the surprise of local photographer Karim Bouchetata when he awoke to see his picturesque town and the surrounding sand dunes covered in a ...  More
Jan. 1, 2017