Brooke Holm is a photographer based in Australia, her work focuses on dramatic landscape and conceptual still life. Her series Arctic is a fascinating portrayal of natural Northern space, it reads as so peaceful, cold and pristine, that you can forget you’re looking at a living landscape.
Some of our favourite shots from the archives of National Geographic.
French photographer, Normann Szkop, ventured up in a personally chartered plane to capture these aerial images of Anna Paulowna's tulip fields, located in the Northern Netherlands.
Nature provided the inspiration and Bjarki filled in the rest, working in a big warehouse during one night shift to create the series. He says working through the night influenced the work; the images have a silent and glow-in-the-dark feel to them.
Founded in 1898, Outdoor Life was originally a magazine of western adventure. Including hunting and fishing tips, fiction and photography; it was the definitive sportsmens publication.
Nacho Ormaechea takes as his muse the "inspiring yet anonymous" pedestrian of Paris, where he works as a graphic designer and artist. Bound by the boarders of his subject's silhouettes, Ormaechea creates stunning photo montages which aim to "induce moments of introspection" within the viewer.