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I Spent 13 Months In Germany And Here Are My 32 Pics Of Its Unique Landscapes And Nature

After spending the last 13 months living in the Bavarian town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, it’s safe to say this place is a hiker’s paradise. Germany is full of beautiful mountain lakes, wildflower meadows, and breathtaking peaks to climb.

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The Tokyo International Foto Awards 2020 Announces The Best Photos From Around The World (30 Pics)

The winners of the 2020 Tokyo International Foto Awards have been announced—these images will blow your minds!

Tokyo International Foto awards recognize, honor and connect talented photographers from around the world to new audiences and new eyes in the creative circles of Tokyo, Japan. The competition is open to everyone and we invite photographers from all over the world to enter their work. The winners receive prizes that are up to $3,000 USD.

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I Travel Around Iceland Photographing The Landscapes And Wildlife (38 Pics)

Iceland was almost empty in 2020. Living here and having a lot of time, I traveled around a couple of times.

Here are some of my favorite pictures I’ve taken in 2020 while exploring all parts of the island. If you want to see my previous post, click here.

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Photographer Forms Landscapes Using Just Human Bodies And The Result Looks Majestic (13 Pics)

Carl Warner considers himself a ‘photographic illustrator’, one who creates something from nothing or transforms one thing into another rather than simply capturing it. And if you want to find out what that means, look no further than his series called Bodyscapes.

Through inventive and precise composition and lighting, Warner has sculpted monumental landscapes out of a well-built muscular body. That’s right, while most of the scenes appear to be composed out of several models, all of them were actually sculpted from a single person; the images were painstakingly stitched together from multiple shots.

Elbows and knees became mountains, backs and necks turned into valleys and desserts, and the illusions are really impressive. Continue scrolling and check them out for yourself.

More info: carlwarner.com | Facebook | Instagram

Valley of the reclining Woman

Image credits: Carl Warner

Desert of Sleeping Men

Image credits: Carl Warner

Fingers Cave

Image credits: Carl Warner

Shin Knee Valley

Image credits: Carl Warner

Cut Throat Valley

Image credits: Carl Warner

The Cave of Abdo-men

Image credits: Carl Warner

Elbow Point

Image credits: Carl Warner

Shoulder Hill Valley

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This Artist Uses Thick Strokes To Create Intricate Oil Paintings Of Birds (20 Pics)

Plants, animals and breathtaking landscapes – most artists will tell you that nature is an endless source of inspiration. After all, where else would you find such bold colors and contrasts perfectly flowing together?

Angela Moulton is a professional artist who creates beautiful intricate oil paintings inspired by nature and color. She has been painting for over 10 years now and her distinctive technique of using thick, broad brushstrokes is easily recognizable. Check out her mesmerizing oil paintings of birds in the gallery below!

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