You can ask any architect about nature, and they will tell you that there is no greater inspiration for a young, or even a more experienced architect than nature. And that makes a lot of sense, of course, because nature was here first, nature knows how stuff works and nature is actually the base of architecture.
In today’s collection of The 30 Most Beautiful Nature Photography projects, we have decided to give you some of that inspiration that nature is supposed to give you.
By observing the following photos with a professional photo color correction closely, you are going to notice a lot of amazing and almost unbelievable landscapes that you simply can’t see everyday. You need to go somewhere far from civilization where there will not be any kind of pollution present. For example if you want to go to the forest and listen to the sounds of nature, you have to go somewhere far away from the city so that there will be no sound pollution. Same goes for light pollution and the worst kind of pollution created by humans, trash and gases.
All you need to do is go to a far away forest at least once in your life to know to appreciate the purity of the air that you will find there. Enjoy!
(Source: 1000scientists, via h3rmit)
Magic in the forest, by deiiff88.
The dark forest path, by DjLuke9.
Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro | Brazil (by Alan Seabra)
Yellowstone Geyser Pool | Wyoming (by Digital_hh)
(Source: spiritwitchdream, via whimsical-nostalgia)
The Stone II by ~Buszujacy-w-zbozu
Wintertime – By marres11
Winter Sunrise (por arnie2105)
Lake Louise | by Marko Stavric. (Source: cocoaaaaa, via crescentmoon06)
(Source: viage, via stellaresque42)
(by Craig Brown)
Cook Inlet mudflats by akcharly on Flickr.
” Salto Carpin “
Early Spring Sunrise at Snowbasin by parkflavor on Flickr.
Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada by Photos4thePeople (via ofnaturesbeauty)
Aguas abajo by lmdm43 on Flickr.