Mitch Dobrowner captures in black and white, photographing the natural landscape hoping to convey the strange and mysterious qualities of it through a separation of colour.
It takes a special set of commercial-style photography to get me out of my seat and excited, but this is exactly what happened with these photographs that I'm highlighting today by Coppi Barbieri.
Kettle's Yard, a house museum located in Cambridge, UK is somewhere that I try to visit on a regular basis and was the creation of Jim Ede, once a curator of the Tate Gallery in London.
While on a visit to the island of Miyajima, a short boat ride from Hiroshima, I set foot in the temple grounds of Daisho-in and photographed the unique 500 Rakan Statues that reside here.
Japanese photographer Kazuyuki Okajima resides in Chiba and has produced this series titled Tidal Tint that showcases his never ending fascination for the undulation of waves.
We visit Ryoanji Temple in the north of Kyoto, an inspiring location that's most famous for its minimalist zen garden, featuring fifteen stones in an abstract composition.
Continuing our series of adventures from Japan is a visit to Katsura Rikyu, or Katsura Imperial Villa, in Kyoto, Japan. We were able to photograph the gardens and surround property one morning.
I have a thing for seeking out the shadows in a modern build and photographing them, which is probably why I was interested in these works by talented UK photographer Kate Jackling.
If we're talking about inspiration from artists then you should look no further than this photography by San Francisco-based artist Tim Burns with his series titled 'Rothko Seascapes'.
This 'Sabi' series of prints by design studio Norm in Copenhagen grabbed my interest. They are simple but consist of 4 prints that depict leaves photographed in incredible detai.
Rikke Hass Christensen resides in Copenhagen and has captured this landscape photography, showcasing the importance of translating the mood of the environment in to the photograph itself.
A glimpse inside the home and studio of Kawai Kanjiro, a Japanese potter who was a key figure in the mingei and studio pottery movement, which included Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada.