The gorgeous landscapes of Edward Burtynsky
Above is just a sampling of the famed Canadian photojournalist’s work. You can see more of Burtynsky’s photography in the latest edition of reFramed from Framework, and run through an interview detailing his latest project, “Water.”
Photos: Edward Burtynsky
The Arte Sella, looks to be one of the most magical, fairytale woodlands in the world. Since 1986 this astounding destination in the Sella Valley in Italy has been dotting the landscape with the amazing works of over 200 contemporary artists from all over the world. A future holiday destination for sure!
Early Morning In Antelope Canyon by William McIntoshThis was taken a couple of weeks ago during a quick trip out to Page, Arizona to shoot the Horseshoe and the Canyon. I went with the Lower Antelope Canyon as it seemed less crowded, and from what I could gather, less expensive. I met fellow 500 PX photographer Martin Spilikin and we both arrived at 7:45 AM to beat the crowds and the 112 degree heat. We had a great time shooting, but as the morning wore on, the groups moving through out shots became more frequent and the temperature began to rise. It was well over 100 by the time we made it back to our cars around 10:30 AM. Well worth the drive out there, but I think my next attempt might be in February.
Dillon Marsh - Assimilation. In the vast barren landscapes of the southern Kalahari, Sociable Weaver Birds assume ownership of the telephone poles that cut across their habitat.Their burgeoning nests are at once inertly statuesque and teeming with life. The twigs and grass collected to build these nests combine to give strangely recognisable personalities to the otherwise inanimate poles.