Landscape photography is a genre anticipated to show special spaces within the world, sometimes vast and endless, but other times microscopic. Many landscape photographers show little or no human activity in their photography, striving to achieve pure, unsullied landscapes that are untouched by human influence, using instead subjects such as strongly defined landforms, weather conditions, and ambient light. Despite this, there is no pure or complete definition of what makes a landscape in photography, as such it has become very broad term, surrounding urban, industrial, macro and nature photography – Reference from Wikipedia.
Landscape Photography requires creativity, passion as well as perfect timing to capture some most amazing moments. I think photography is one of the best hobby as well as job in the world which fill you with satisfaction. Here I have collected some of the best examples landscape photography. If you are a photographer or love to catch your favorite moments then why not to share with us, drop comment with your favorite photograph.
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Storm Clouds, South Dakota
“Large powerful storms can be nearly a daily occurrence during the summer months on the South Dakota plains. This one felt very mysterious as it filled the sky with dark, heavy clouds and thunder that shook the ground. It was as if two worlds were colliding.”
Photograph by Patrick Kelley
Sometimes nature is just strange
Photograph by Jarle Hagavei
“I was blown away by the effect of the Earth’s shadow beyond this butte located in northern Arizona. The small tree in the foreground made the shot.”
Photograph by Rex Naden
Fly Geyser, Nevada
The rising sun illuminates Black Rock Desert and the Fly Geyser, which sends a continuous stream of scalding, mineral-laden water sky-high.
Photograph by Stephen Oachs
The azure waters of Chandra Tal—Lake of the Moon—in Himachal Pradesh, India, reflect the vivid hues of a bright Himalayan day.
Photograph by Dhurjati Chatterjee
Photograph by Thierry Dijoux
On the dunes of Socotra island, Yemen. Seconds later the camel set off in a run down the dunes, its feet sinking into the sand. It vanished behind the dunes, leaving me with this picture and the most awe-inspiring memories of Socotra.
Photograph by Sergei Reoutov
Hills in fall Photograph by Daniel Metz
An old stone church sits among the placid grasses of New Zealand’s South Island, a land known for its wide expanses of untouched land and vast farming outlets.
Photograph by Thomas Young
My very first attempts with gradual ND filters.
Photograph by Kristijan Keretic
Water from the Bering Sea crashes on the rocks of Margaret Bay in Dutch Harbor, Alaska.
Photograph by Christopher Zimmer
Poland Photograph by Janusz Wanczyk
Southwestern farmers have long shared community-operated waterways, or acequias, like the 150-year-old People’s Ditch in Colorado’s San Luis Valley.
Photograph by Jack Dykinga
Photograph by Bogomolov Denis
On Skye’s Trotternish Peninsula, basalt pinnacles loom over the Sound of Raasay. Rising from the debris of an ancient landslide, they bear witness to the geologic upheavals that shaped these lands.
Photograph by Jim Richardson
Alps, National Park Hohe Tauern, Austria
Photograph by Matthias Haltenhof
Dapper black-and-white razorbills (at right) and bright-beaked puffins (at left and in air, at center) find a haven on the Shiant Islands, just a few miles southeast of Lewis, Scotland. Nearly 8,000 razorbills and more than 200,000 puffins are estimated to use these islands as their breeding grounds each year.
Late evening light over a peaceful setting in a quiet corner of The Lake District. I think the 2 minute exposure here compliments the tranquility of the scene.
Photograph by John Parminter
In Semporna, many Filipinos and Malayu who traditionally fish for a living have erected hundreds of these homes in the Celebes Sea.
Photograph by Liang Huan Chuan
Taken at the Painted Hills National Monument in Central Oregon near sunset. Having been here numerous times before in the summer months, seeing a rainbow on a 100-degree day was the last thing I expected … usually the skies are clear on hot days.
Photograph by Larry Andreasen
Photograph By Kristján Freyr
Bull kelp clings to the coastline of New Zealand’s The Snares islands, hiding sea lions that prey on Snares crested penguins.
Photograph by Frans Lanting
Photograph by Miles Morgan
Photograph by Ablok
The low tide uncovered this vibrant sea moss in the rocky shores just north of Los Angeles in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Photograph by Steve Sieren
looking across Loch Scavaig to the mouth of The Cuillin. The Cuillin inspire awe whenever you see them, and never more than when you see them from Elgol.
Photograph by Ian Munro
This photo is taken at the top of the 83-meter-high Rock Fort—the only outcrop in the otherwise flat land of the city of Trichy in Tamil Nadu, India. I awoke for the climb at sunrise, in order to capture the colours from the sun radiating over the hazy city. Looking back down, we see one of many decorative Hindu temples in the area of the Rock Fort.
Photograph by David Lazar
Photograph by Adrian Petrisor