Inspiring science Story and Photos by Rachel Darvill With a spotting scope, binoculars and notebook in their pocket, a pair of volunteers slowly walk to their observation point in the cold misty light of spring. Quiet so as to not disturb the waterbirds, the volunteers set up their spotting scope […]
Truly dark skies are found in fewer and fewer locations on Earth. That is one of the reasons that I have become a Landscape Astrophotographer. Photographing the beauty of our night skies gives me the chance to share the beauty with people. Also, it helps to raise awareness to the […]
My name is Joel Robison and I’m a 30 year old Canadian conceptual portraiture photographer from Cranbrook, British Columbia. Looking back into my photography journey, it appears that I kind of fell into it by accident. Growing up as a kid in a hockey-driven, mountain town. Cranbrook was an interesting […]
As you can imagine, living at 42.9837° N in London, Ontario, Canada doesn’t give me much of an opportunity to see the lights. And on the rare occasions that they do happen, I have to compete with cloud cover, moonlight and bright city lights. But that’s what makes it so fun! If […]
Street photography is a type of documentary photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places. Usually photos include such things as streetscapes, parks, benches, malls, and other settings. This type of photography tends to be ironic and can be distanced from its subject matter, and often concentrates on […]
Photo by Hugues Gervais
Fira Village at Dusk. Santorini Island, Greece. Anchored high on a steep rock face of Santorini Island in the Greek Isles, Fira village, with its traditional whitewashed buildings and houses, is a spectacular sight to see when it is illuminated at dusk.