Czech photographer Martin Stranka is one to watch, with more than three dozen international awards and a solid exhibition schedule in the U.S., Japan, Italy, England, France and other countries. His unique eye places many of his works in that narrow space of a few seconds between dreaming […]
This Edinburgh photographer (who goes only by the Flickr name Whiskey Galore) merges color and b&w to create vivid splashes on Iceland’s sere terrain. Taken on a trip this month, these shots are beautifully crafted.
British Columbia photographer Paul Nicklen has won the top prize in the nature category of the World Press Photo contest – for this shot of emperor penguins in Antarctica’s Ross Sea for National Geographic magazine.
I remain on a search for color, even muted color, against the white of winter and these beautiful works by Vancouver Island photographer Greg Rushton do the trick. (Above: Pacific Shores west coast of Vancouver Island) Reading on a River Rock Wood Door
This one-foot-high photo-journalist action figure looks like a highly romanticized version of any of the photogs I know. But the Barbie-and-Ken style doll is certainly making noise on the web.
Halifax-based freelance photographer Shaun Lowe’s brilliant color shots help lift the winter blues. This field of lush canola stretches to the sea. Below, a favorite subject: an isolated, crumbling farmhouse.