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Australian Homes – A Photographic Study by Robert Götzfried

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German photographer Robert Götzfried likes order and consequently, thinks and works in series. For his ‘Australian Homes’ project, he took photos of houses in Australia which at first glance look very similar. Each picture has the same road, the same sky and a similarly colored house. When you see the pictures together in a series, however, the differences become apparent.

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20 Amazing Pictures of Joshua Tree National Park

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Joshua Tree National Park, in southeastern California, is a beautiful location for photography. The landscape and nature in the park are incredible. Parts of the Mojave Desert and the Colorado Desert are located in Joshua Tree. Because their elevation differs, the deserts have their own distinct ecosystems.

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Underwater Love – Incredible Shoot by Wedding Photographer Rosie Anderson

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During the slow winter months, wedding photographer Rosie Anderson decided to try out an idea she had of doing an underwater shoot. ‘As a wedding photographer I have an interest in capturing the unspoken connection between two people,’ she says. ‘It was instantly apparent to me that something about being underwater changed things and made that connection really intense.’

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25 Magical Pictures of Fog

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There’s something about a landscape filled with fog that makes you just stop and stare. In photography, pictures with fog also stand out because the fog adds a serene and magical touch.

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Spectacular Pictures of Norway by Johannes Heuckeroth

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Last year, German designer and photographer Johannes Heuckeroth took a cruise along the Norwegian coast, from the fjords in the north to the cities in the southern part of the country. The photos he took during this trip formed his amazing series ‘Norvegia – A Mystic Journey.’

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Classic Basketball Hoop Pictures by David Liam Kyle

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David Liam Kyle had the potential to become an NBA player, until he ruptured his achilles tendon. This injury prompted him to play basketball for European teams instead. During this period, he discovered photography and so his second career as a photographer began. In his ‘Classic Hoop Collection,’ David returns to the very beginning of his own basketball story.

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