— Jim Casper
The world's largest volcanic lake; a glacier that crashes into a rainforest; an otherworldly underwater sinkhole—follow us to the furthest reaches of our planet and back (without leaving your seat!)
Dark, moody and sensual still life photographs of flowers in wintertime.
's experimental series of photos from Japan combines unexpected, startling close-ups with disorienting landscape views of the country's dense urban isolation.
These uncanny views of the Earth's crust (mountain ranges, glaciers, treelines, changing forms) are all derived from multiple Google Earth images, creating unnaturally clear, sharp, and oddly out of this world images of our rapidly changing planet.