EuropeHabitatWildlife portraits by Nick Dale

Dodho Magazine 2 days ago 21 min 675
I wanted to be a photographer when I was 15, but my mother said I could always take it up later – so that was that for 30 years! I ended up reading English at Oxford and working as a strategy consultant for a few years

EuropeHabitatPoetry of silence by Roland Blum

Dodho Magazine 6 days ago 5 min 947
Roland Blum is a liechtenstein based photographer.he’s specialized in abstract photography since the early 80’s. He studied music at the jazz school lucerne switzerland and spanish and art at the university of Havana (Cuba).

AsiaHabitatWild Horses by Emel Karakozak

Dodho Magazine 6 days ago 9 min 811
Horses and humans have an ancient relationship. Asian nomads probably domesticated the first horses some 4,000 years ago, and the animals remained essential to many human societies until the advent of the engine. 

AmericaHabitatWildlife by Michael Pachis

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 7 min 1325
The goal of my animal portraits is to create a connection to our fellow creatures of the earth that will inspire the viewer to see the worth of that individual, thereby creating a desire to protect the species and the eco systems they thrive in.

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Landscapes of Japan by Jun Pagalilauan

AsiaB&WHabitatLandscapes of Japan by Jun Pagalilauan

Jun Pagalilauan is Filipino  Architect based in Singapore. His intrinsic passion in fine arts depicts the fiber of his works through his lens. 
2 months ago 9 min 2419
Patagonia by Jim Riche

AmericaB&WHabitatPatagonia by Jim Riche

There is something about the expanse of Patagonia, a kind of haunting soulfulness, that affects you physically.  Few places grab you like this and hold on so tightly and for so long.
2 months ago 12 min 1416
States of Grace by Wendi Schneider

AmericaB&WHabitatStates of Grace by Wendi Schneider

In States of Grace, I illuminate beauty amidst the chaos. I’m calmed by the simplicity of a graceful line and the stillness of the suspended moment and compelled to share an impression of the serenity I find there. 
2 months ago 8 min 1567
Aqueous by Weldon Brewster

AmericaB&WHabitatAqueous by Weldon Brewster

As a photographer I crave to create my own vision that is quite different to the world around me. I want to cast away the visual anchors that viewers rely on so they can free their imaginations.
3 months ago 5 min 892
Silent Moments – a collection of visual poems by Håkan Strand

B&WEuropeHabitatSilent Moments – a collection of visual poems by Håkan Strand

Håkan Strand’s calming approach is reflected through his use of traditional black and white analogue photography, which pays tribute to the tradition of the great masters. This is his own way of battling the fast pace and excesses of modern life.
3 months ago 11 min 1890
Desert by Romain Leclerc

AmericaB&WHabitatDesert by Romain Leclerc

This series was photographed and documented in November 2017 for four days while I visited my father in Brazil. We explored the desert of Jericoacoara, the Atlantic coastline in the north of Brazil.  The unexpected combination of the desert between the blue ocean and white sand dunes spread over 200 kilometers side by side took my breath away.
3 months ago 10 min 989
Landscapes by Max Lazzi

EuropeHabitatLandscapes by Max Lazzi

Max Lazzi, forty-eight years old, an Italian born in Lucca in Tuscany, a craftsman who works for his own company with a great passion for photography.
4 months ago 17 min 2266
Odenwald by Harald Weimann

B&WEuropeHabitatOdenwald by Harald Weimann

The photos belong to my first project after a 25 years break in photography, called “Odenwald – Forms and Impressions”. Odenwald is a natural park with a lot of forests. 
4 months ago 12 min 1599
Recanto by Frang Dushaj

B&WEuropeHabitatRecanto by Frang Dushaj

With the series Recanto Frang Dushaj is paying tribute to a little haven, a little place he calls his own but which he gladly shares with everyone. In mind he can visit it whenever he wants, otherwise he needs a camera and a pair of good shoes. 
5 months ago 11 min 1482
Minimalistic Artwork by Jefflin

AsiaB&WHabitatMinimalistic Artwork by Jefflin

I like black and white photography, of course as well as colour photography. This is project regarding my inner world of my black and white photography. I never resist colour photography
5 months ago 17 min 2206
Animals by Wolf-Dietrich Ademeit

EuropeHabitatAnimals by Wolf-Dietrich Ademeit

He starts with photography during his lithographic education.In 2007, he began photographing zoo animals for a series titled “Animals”.
5 months ago 15 min 2200
Landscape photography by Rohan Reilly

EuropeHabitatLandscape photography by Rohan Reilly

Rohan Reilly is a self-learned photographer and gallery owner based in Kinsale, Ireland. Formerly a record label owner, producer, and DJ, Rohan lived in Barcelona, Spain for several years.
5 months ago 15 min 1885
Huang Shan by Olivier Robert

B&WEuropeHabitatHuang Shan by Olivier Robert

This series of photographs is part of a long-lasting project dedicated to the Yellow Mountain in China. The classical Chinese landscape painting has been an important source of inspiration in my photography
6 months ago 9 min 3294
Hokkaido, the Silence of Winter by Olivier Robert

EuropeHabitatHokkaido, the Silence of Winter by Olivier Robert

This series is part of my ongoing project about the winter in Japan.These photographs were shot in Hokkaido where I’ve spent 10 years photographing minimalist landscape sceneries.
6 months ago 11 min 3796
Landscapes by Mam´At

B&WEuropeHabitatLandscapes by Mam´At

I am a self-learned photographer from a very small village in Cantal, France. I began photography four years ago when I was 44. I left my job and came to the mountain of the « massif Central ».
6 months ago 8 min 2665
Spirit of the Desert by Susanna Patras

B&WEuropeHabitatSpirit of the Desert by Susanna Patras

Death Valley is the hottest and driest area in the Western Hemisphere, and one of the lowest in the world.It is located near the border between California and Nevada and it stretches over an area of about 3,000 square miles
6 months ago 8 min 2739
Artic Plant Life By Andrea Sparrow

AmericaHabitatArtic Plant Life By Andrea Sparrow

I traveled in Scoresby Sound in Eastern Greenland and then took a second trip to Eqi Glacier in Western Greenland a few weeks later. There were some plants and lichens that existed in both places. 
7 months ago 6 min 1956
Eqi Glacier, Western Greenland by Andrea Sparrow

AmericaHabitatEqi Glacier, Western Greenland by Andrea Sparrow

Eqi is unique in that as it is forced downhill and around a curve from the Greenland Ice Sheet, it’s layers are turned vertically. This causes the glacier to sheer when it reaches the bay in a near constant manner, into very small fragments rather than icebergs.
7 months ago 8 min 1937
Clarity by Patrick Ems

B&WEuropeHabitatClarity by Patrick Ems

Patrick Ems, was born 1980 in Zurich. Twenty years of photographic experience, he has become an award-winning fine art photographer, known for his unique black and whity style.
10 months ago 6 min 1890
Landscapes by Daniel Řeřicha

EuropeHabitatLandscapes by Daniel Řeřicha

As almost every person, I took a camera for almost every trip and vacation to make interesting shots of different places. So at the beginning it was just a travelling with compact camera. I started to think more about photography in 2000.
10 months ago 17 min 2579
The Mara by Anup Shah

AfricaB&WFeaturedHabitatThe Mara by Anup Shah

I live in the wild for long stretches of time. Inevitably, I fall under the spell of wild animals. It dawns on me that these are intelligent, emotional, social and personable beings. I connect with their sentience.
10 months ago 9 min 3478
Ocean photography by Alex Postigo

EuropeHabitatOcean photography by Alex Postigo

The passion for ocean photography has always been present as I have lived near the ocean almost my entire life. Discovering photography made it possible for me to express my love for the ocean through images.
11 months ago 8 min 1947
Settlement by Stuart Chape

HabitatOceaniaSettlement by Stuart Chape

This is part of an ongoing project to record aerial images of human settlement patterns at the edge of water. Most of these are at the ocean’s edge. Humans have a fascination or a compelling need to live at the interface of land and water in its different forms.
11 months ago 7 min 2010
Julio Castro : Landscape Photography

EuropeHabitatJulio Castro : Landscape Photography

The project Landscapes of the world is a small sample of some of the places and locations that I have liked and impacted the most during my travels around the world. With them I have tried to reflect and give my vision of how beautiful is the nature and the world in which we live
11 months ago 9 min 2207
The beach of Sankt Peter Ording by Heiko Römisch

EuropeHabitatThe beach of Sankt Peter Ording by Heiko Römisch

The beach of Sankt Peter Ording  in the North of Germany at the “Norse” is about 12 km long and the width is between 0,6 – 1,8 km and in the summer it is one oft the best visited beaches in Germany with about multible thousend of bathing visiters.
11 months ago 12 min 2439
Herbarium by Áine

AmericaHabitatHerbarium by Áine

During the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries, there was an ever increasing interest in the natural world and the recording of the discoveries of Asia and the new world.
11 months ago 7 min 3440
Tommaso Di Donato ; Landscape photographer

EuropeHabitatTommaso Di Donato ; Landscape photographer

The goal of my pictures is to take the hand of the viewer, and bring him around to discover a parallel world, a hidden reality made by soft tones, natural lines and smooth water. Landscapes are my preferred subjects, and long exposures are the way I try to show my vision to the beholder.
11 months ago 7 min 2341
Wildlife by Jessica Circe Rogers

EuropeHabitatWildlife by Jessica Circe Rogers

These photos represent the very best of my trip to Kenya that ignited in me such a fire for photography. The breadth of color that I experienced there, from the wildlife to the landscapes to an amazing sunrise awoke a passion that I had not known before and for which I am truly thankful.
11 months ago 6 min 4450
Ice of Iceland Romain Tornay

EuropeHabitatIce of Iceland Romain Tornay

Knowing Europe’s northern regions well, I have always been amused by the nominative difference between Greenland and Iceland. The first called green is largely represented by its icecap, pack ice, gigantic glaciers and huge drifting icebergs.
11 months ago 9 min 4486
Lanzarote by A.Olle’ Coderch

EuropeHabitatLanzarote by A.Olle’ Coderch

It was’nt the first time that the island was faced with strong changes in its morphology, although unlike the one that nature itself in the garden of Yaiza led to bury it under the black mantle of lava, entered the night of that September 1, 1730 when the earth opened up
12 months ago 9 min 1721
Skin by Alberto Masala

EuropeHabitatSkin by Alberto Masala

This project, realized through the use of the drone, is inspired by the method of cataloging the use and covering of the soil known as the Coordination of Information of Environment, which was set up by the European Commission
12 months ago 9 min 3388
Luca Tombolini ; LS X

EuropeHabitatLuca Tombolini ; LS X

Luca was born 1979 in Milan. He completed humanistic studies and then a degree in Sciences of Communication, with a major on visual rhetoric in Cinema in 2005.
1 year ago 11 min 3648
The Beauty at the river Bank Padma by Mohammad Rahman

AsiaHabitatThe Beauty at the river Bank Padma by Mohammad Rahman

The riverscape of Bangladesh tells the story about the natural beauty of Bangladesh. The mood, artistic appeal, loneliness, solitude, and tranquillity of our riverscape
1 year ago 7 min 5529
Green and blue by Ignacio Heras

EuropeHabitatGreen and blue by Ignacio Heras

In this dossier in color and nature, I have sought and tried to base it on two main colors, the blue that transmits tranquility and relaxation, and in many cultures associate it with the eternal, since things seem more infinite and great as the sea and heaven. 
1 year ago 9 min 3437
Luca Tombolini ; LS, 2011

EuropeHabitatLuca Tombolini ; LS, 2011

My work consist of photographing landscapes during long solo trips in remote desert areas. Taking a long time to travel is essential to revert to a more essential state of mind.
1 year ago 15 min 3143
Makuridashi by Arito Nishiki

AsiaHabitatMakuridashi by Arito Nishiki

When you look at the sand grain only, it is just a mineral and inorganic thing. Once it forms sand beach, it is consistently in flux and it acts as an organism that exists in their movement. 
1 year ago 6 min 3627
Iceland – Sounds of Silence by Victoria Knobloch

B&WEuropeHabitatIceland – Sounds of Silence by Victoria Knobloch

The beauty of Iceland can be found in its wide and immense areas of untouched and pristine nature. No description can convey the least idea of the serene beauty
1 year ago 17 min 4511
Riverscape by Mohammad Rahman

AsiaB&WHabitatRiverscape by Mohammad Rahman

The riverscape of Bangladesh tells the story about the natural beauty of Bangladesh. The mood, artistic appeal, loneliness, solitude, and tranquility of our riverscape, attract many art seekers to dive into the beauty of the Mother Nature.
1 year ago 9 min 5597
Iceland by Ignacio Heras Castan

B&WEuropeFeaturedHabitatIceland by Ignacio Heras Castan

The script of this sequence tries to convey the isolated way of life of many of the inhabitants of the Island, the different structures of houses, ships, churches that mix with the nature so characteristic of Iceland
1 year ago 8 min 3840
Edge of Darkness by Steve Silverman

B&WHabitatEdge of Darkness by Steve Silverman

Low-key black & white photography has always been a passion of mine. And since my photographic niche is black & white, it was a no-brainer to combine the two key components to capture the emotion and drama of a scene in order to express my artistic vision.
1 year ago 8 min 3877
Last of its Kind by Andrea Wolff

B&WHabitatLast of its Kind by Andrea Wolff

The images in this series, “Last of its Kind,” are infrared portraits of taxidermied animals in natural history museums.Most were plentiful when they were collected at the beginning of the last century, but are now so few that they hover near extinction.
1 year ago 12 min 2726
Trees by João Galamba

B&WEuropeHabitatTrees by João Galamba

I admire trees as they are one of the most marvelous beings in this world. Not that humans and other animals are not incredible too, but trees fascinate me for their silent suffering.
1 year ago 7 min 4593
Antarctica and the sublime by Santiago Vanegas

HabitatAntarctica and the sublime by Santiago Vanegas

The photographic series entitled “Antarctica” by Santiago Vanegas attests to the moving experience the artist experienced during a journey across that frozen continent that is being subjected to a radical transformation.
1 year ago 31 min 3799
States of Grace by Wendi Schneider

HabitatStates of Grace by Wendi Schneider

“States of Grace” is a portfolio of painterly photographs illuminating the sinuous grace of organic forms in the natural world. Drawn to the sensual, I seek serenity in visual balance and create glimpses of beauty to still the chaos in my mind.
1 year ago 14 min 4922
Silence by Vassilis Triantis

B&WEuropeFeaturedHabitatSilence by Vassilis Triantis

Once in Iceland one cannot be but taken aback by the vast landscape and the minimal presence of human intervention. It is almost a meditative experience to be engulfed by nature away from any urban distraction.
1 year ago 7 min 3658
Thalassophile by Luis Aguilera

HabitatThalassophile by Luis Aguilera

Luis Aguilera was born Caracas, Venezuela and then moved to Miami, Florida as a teenager. A street artist by nature, Aguilera has always been intrigued by the innovative ways that photography can capture a moment, especially shots near water.
1 year ago 8 min 3821
The Ambassadors by Abbey Bratcher

B&WHabitatThe Ambassadors by Abbey Bratcher

My work aims to unveil the unique characteristics of a variety of threatened species as they are removed from their environment through post processing and presented as ambassadors for their species in the wild.
1 year ago 8 min 4175
J.W. Fike’s Photographic Survey of the Wild Edible Botanicals of the North American Continent

HabitatJ.W. Fike’s Photographic Survey of the Wild Edible Botanicals of the North American Continent

Within my system the plant is excavated, arranged in the studio, photographed, then illustrated digitally in such a way as to render the edible parts in color while the remaining parts
1 year ago 14 min 4565
Animus by Liam Lynch

B&WHabitatOceaniaAnimus by Liam Lynch

The Latin word for Intellect is Animus, Animus is defined as: character, intellect, memory, consciousness, often mind. An intrepid sleuth, Liam Lynch endures whatever extremes he must to capture the story he is bound to tell us in his photographs.
2 years ago 9 min 2952
Léman by Olivier Robert

B&WEuropeHabitatLéman by Olivier Robert

This project started in 1995 on the shores of Lake Geneva (Léman) where I live. It depicts a personal approach about the esthetically pleasing value of the objects built or abandoned on the shores and the way they pertain to the landscapes.
2 years ago 9 min 2832
Dragons and Horses by Liam Lynch

B&WHabitatOceaniaDragons and Horses by Liam Lynch

Imagine setting up a studio under the surface of the sea. To capture this body of work Lynch composed each image under water then with the help of an assistant diver holding a backdrop and specialised underwater lighting
2 years ago 8 min 4301
Marching the MacLehose by Ethan Lo

AsiaHabitatMarching the MacLehose by Ethan Lo

Ethan Lo is a Hong Kong based photographer. His photography focuses on land use and environment, he uses photography to document time and changes of the landscapes,
2 years ago 7 min 2383
Invasion by Andrey Semenov

EuropeHabitatInvasion by Andrey Semenov

Earth equally soaks up temple and shit. Close your eyes for a minute, and cities surrounding you will disappear. So-called artefacts, like buildings, highways, airports or shopping malls, which are considered to be the proof of superiority of certain species of this planet.
2 years ago 7 min 4487
Wild Things by Wiebke Haas

EuropeHabitatWild Things by Wiebke Haas

This year one of my biggest dreams came true – I met wild horses. I mean I literally stood in between large herds surrounded by prying, gentle animals. Contrary to my expectation to meet animals which are wild and untamed, I found trust, love and pure curiosity.
2 years ago 8 min 2455
Nice Nosing You by Elke Vogelsang

EuropeFeaturedHabitatNice Nosing You by Elke Vogelsang

Born in 1972 Elke Vogelsang turned her professional life upside down later in life to leave a smoothly running and profitable but dull job as a translator to pursue what she loves – photography.
2 years ago 14 min 3965
Grey Matter(s) by Tom Jacobi

EuropeFeaturedHabitatGrey Matter(s) by Tom Jacobi

For two years Tom Jacobi travelled to six continents, searching for archaic landscapes – mystical places that had been shaped over thousands of years by nature, yet they seem timeless, even modern.
2 years ago 10 min 3511
Weightlessness by Yosuke Kashiwakura

AsiaHabitatWeightlessness by Yosuke Kashiwakura

When gazing at the jellyfish floating in their tanks at the aquarium, I find myself in a peculiar mood. These jellyfish appear as if they could be alien life forms drifting through space, or perhaps even spaceships.
2 years ago 3 min 5655
Someone Here by Alexandra Uhart

AmericaHabitatSomeone Here by Alexandra Uhart

Alexandra Uhart is an artist photographer born in Chile who is based in London. Before turning her focus to the photographic pursuit she studied Aesthetics, which helped shape the philosophical enquiries that she would later express visually in her work.
2 years ago 14 min 4640
Wiebke Haas ; Fine art equine

EuropeFeaturedHabitatWiebke Haas ; Fine art equine

Wiebke Haas is a dedicated award-winning equine and animal photographer from Germany. Ever since she was a little girl she dreamt of hoof-beats and flying through the fields on a back of a horse.
2 years ago 17 min 7064
Oblique rays of light by Guillaume d´Hubert

B&WEuropeFeaturedHabitatOblique rays of light by Guillaume d´Hubert

Walking through the garden where the famous French author was raised leads me to connect with ancient feelings surviving around like perfumes in the air.
2 years ago 10 min 7541
Hidden Landscape by Stefan Schlumpf

B&WEuropeFeaturedHabitatHidden Landscape by Stefan Schlumpf

Grey, melted snow and ice runs like silent tears. Crumbling, ancient ice crunches. Tired from the fight against the warmth, the glaciers take flight, fleeing from human ignorance.
2 years ago 7 min 7656
Uncommon Landscapes by Ty Poland

AmericaHabitatUncommon Landscapes by Ty Poland

Ty Poland is a 21 year old photographer and a graduate of Monmouth University with a Bachelors in art and concentration in photography. After three years in the major, Ty’s style began to develop into a sense of what the eye can’t see.
2 years ago 15 min 4231
The Elements by Paul Bride

AmericaFeaturedHabitatThe Elements by Paul Bride

Trying to explain the concept behind my photography is never as fun as actually pressing the shutter button. Why do I try so hard to create the images I dream about? Why developed a style over the years in an attempt to define how I see the world?
3 years ago 11 min 4535
Back to Nature by Joakim Blomquist

EuropeHabitatBack to Nature by Joakim Blomquist

Man has always had a fascination with animals and nature. We have on the one hand, respect for the forces of nature and the animals survival, understanding that we should live in symbiosis, but at the same time, we want to take power over them, control them.
3 years ago 9 min 6840
From the heart of the volcano by Paulo Monteiro

B&WHabitatFrom the heart of the volcano by Paulo Monteiro

Three hundred thousand years is the age of the youngest island of the archipelago of the Azores. It is the second largest island of the archipelago, situated in the North Atlantic.
3 years ago 11 min 5758
Water Moods by Alex Axon

B&WEuropeHabitatWater Moods by Alex Axon

I started Water Moods project as a mirror to Urban Moods, only this time with a specific thing in mind – to use long exposures to create feelings of tranquility, where you can get an extra breath every time you watch the photos.
3 years ago 8 min 9031

ConceptEuropeFeaturedOld Father themes by Julia Fullerton Batten

Dodho Magazine 2 weeks ago 53 min 967
The River Thames is not even the longest river in the British Isles and a mere pygmy in comparison with many other rivers in the world, yet its significance to British and world history is immense. The river starts as a small trickle in hills to the north west of London and travels for nearly 450 km through the south of England, the centre of London and thence out into the North Sea via the...

EuropeFeaturedShotPortraits by Richard Ansett

Dodho Magazine 1 month ago 15 min 47557
My style and relationship to photography has been built from this foundation and I have come to realize that my fascination with other people’s lives is entirely relative to my own lack of understanding and sense of dislocation.

AsiaFeaturedStorySplits of moments by Moin Uddin Ahmed

Dodho Magazine 1 month ago 9 min 1734
Almost every good shot captures a unique moment in time. Sometimes the moment happens right away, and sometimes you have to wait a while. It can be as simple as a woman glancing up or as complex as having many disparate elements align within a perfect composed frame.

ConceptEuropeFeaturedThe photography of Lenghi Teng

Dodho Magazine 2 months ago 8 min 1659
Lenghi Teng is a Dutch photographer based in Rotterdam. She was born in 1976 in Vietnam and grew up in a Chinese family. At the age of three she moved to the Netherlands. 
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