Bonsai by Colby Waller

Bonsai’s are quite an interesting subject and have been an on and off fascination of mine for a little while , it’s a shame but you never seem to hear much about them on the internet. Last night I stumbled across this video by Colby Waller about the Nation Bonsai Museum in Washington D.C. arboretum. The arboretum is a living museum where trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants are cultivated for scientific and …

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Set of Imagery from Wakabayashi Hayato

We strive to provide our readers with something different here on the site, so something different we shall provide in this selection of botanical gardens photographed by Japanese creative Wakabayashi Hayato. In the winter months I think it’s important to remind ourselves of the bright colours and eye catching shapes in the design of nature, after all it’s not all doom and gloom. I’ve brought across quite a concise set …

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Landscapes By Cody Cobb

I couldn’t help but return to the eye pleasing portfolio of Seatle based photographer Cody Cobb, his style really sits well with my own tastes in photography. I’m sure there will be those that feel this is more of the same, but in all honesty I think if something is great then why not return to it for further inspiration. Cody always presents us we these idyllic, untouched, uncluttered and natural scenes that you can just frame on a wall and still not …

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Plant Photography by Sanna Kannisto

Finish photographer Sanna Kannisto, who lives and works in Helsinki, really caught my eye this morning with her green photography. Mixing nature with culture, Sanna explores these two subjects in an artistic way, studying the methods, theories and concepts through which we approach nature in art and in science. I was obviously attracted to this work through the compositions and tones, also the mix of …

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Natural Films by Style Design Japan

I picked up these two short films by Tatsuo Yamamoto, owner of a website in Japan called Style Design. From what I can translate and decipher he owns a business that produces design work and on the side he’s an avid photographer and filmmaker. Or maybe it’s merged altogether, who knows. I titled these “Natural Films” as I think it sums up the category pretty well and presents you with something different to the norm. Recently we’ve posted a lot …

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Mixed Imagery by Misha De Ridder

We seem to be stumbling across some great creatives situated in The Netherlands, this time it’s Amsterdam to be specific and the individual goes by the name of Misha De Ridder. Misha’s work focuses on natural phenomena and plays on the mysteriousness of it all, “unreal realities” some might say. For example the extraordinary shape of a tree, a mountain, a shadow, a cloud or the mirroring reflection of nature in a lake. He looks …

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