landscape photography

Forest

if you’re not yet familiar with Cereal, a quarterly travel and food magazine based in Bristol, you should go on over to their website and order a copy of their publication. i was just paging through the latest edition this weekend, so it was a nice surprise to discover Forest – a project they have recently launched to collect and curate woodland photography from around the world.

The project is a collaboration between Protein and Cereal Magazine to curate a photography exhibition titled, ‘Forest’. Both parties are inviting their readers to submit photos with a forest theme to be considered for inclusion in the exhibition. The chosen images will also be published as a photo essay in Cereal Volume 4. Prints of the final photography will be sold on the night of the event, with all proceeds being donated to the International Tree Foundation.










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Long Bach Nguyen

the work of pilot & photographer Long Nguyen made me so jealous i almost punched my computer. kidding! kind of. after spending an age looking at his incredible photographs i had such a feeling of gratitude for the fact that he’s shared them, giving us a veritable bird’s eye view into his world.

As a professional pilot based in Seattle, Long spends most of his time crisscrossing the western United States … Flying provides him the opportunity to capture unusual views of the landscape, spectacular weather formations and other fresh perspectives few photographers ever experience. A self taught photographer, Long’s philosophy is to keep the image true to its original and to find the beauty in the subject. He likes to keep images clean, crisp and simple so they can tell the story in a single look.

read more about Long here and be sure to visit his website, online portfolio and flickr stream

ps: if you like aerial photography, check out Eyes Over Africa. also, spot the Twin Peaks shot.

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