This week the featured photo above is of spectacular waterfall, Godafoss, located in Iceland. Photographer Rolando Felizola recently visited the Nordic island nation and shared some of his amazing images. Two more of Rolando’s photos from Iceland are shown below. Like in Another World by Rolando Felizola Touch the Sky by Gil Reis Up To… Continue reading Photo Burst: Godafoss, Iceland Waterfalls and the Top 10 Images of the Week
500px has launched its Best Photos of 2013 series and has just announced the top abstract photographs of the year. Abstract artists like Pablo Picasso use creative visual forms, colors and shapes to create compositions that loosely resemble objects in the real world yet allow your mind to wander and fill in the gaps. Don’t… Continue reading 10 Best Abstract Photos of 2013 via 500px
It looks like if Facebook can’t buy Snapchat they are just going to build their own instead. Snapchat is a messaging service that is popular with the youth because the messages or Snaps self-destruct in seconds after opening. In an era of privacy concerns and horror stories of embarrassing Facebook posts that live forever, this… Continue reading Oh Snap: Instagram Is Rumored to be Developing a Private Chat Service
Snapchat, the self-destructing photo and video messaging service for mobile devices, seems to be steadily increasing in traction. The company now processes 400 million snaps (videos or messages sent over Snapchat) per day, according to CNET, much higher than the 350 million photo uploads Facebook sees every day. Is Snapchat on track to be the… Continue reading Snapchat On a Roll: Number of Daily Snaps Surpasses Facebook Photo Uploads
Have you ever went on a road trip across the United States? The adventure will take you through some incredible city skylines and serene landscapes alike. Photographer and art director Ron Gessel guides us on a stunning visual journey through the continental U.S, capturing its depth and beauty all in simple black and white! But… Continue reading 10 Powerful Black and White Photographs of the American Landscape
Goofy selfies. A picture of a sunrise confirming you were actually awake that early. Photos of your meal. Identical galleries of cloud porn. No, this isn’t your Facebook feed, this is the graveyard of photos buried in your phone! These pics have already been shared or were too embarrassing to post. Either way, these pictures… Continue reading Do You Still Have These Photos on Your Phone?
Have you ever wanted to just Explore Everything? The adventurous new book by photographer and researcher Bradley Garret explores hidden gems, forgotten parts of cities and very difficult places to reach all over the world. Garret can often be seen sneaking into sewers, abandoned buildings and underground train stations as well as hanging out on… Continue reading 14 Adventurous Photographs of a Serial Trespasser
David Bradford was working as an art director at Saks Fifth Avenue when, after a decade of dedication to the store, he decided to take on a job that allowed him more freedom to pursue creative projects. In 1990 David started working as a cabbie, and on his very first day he realized he now… Continue reading Photographer Captures Vintage New York Moments from His Taxi Cab