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Ethereal Night Photographs by Nydia Lilian

Mexican photographer Nydia Lilian captures celestial beauty in her black & white landscapes series. It is a digital altered series that deals with the artist’s personal approach of our last days on earth, conveying a deep feeling of pure beauty, poetry and melancholy.

BusyBites, The Brooklyn Bakery’s 1st Event!

Last Thursday, we threw our first event!  The event was aimed at celebrating local, young businesses.

If you weren’t able to make it, you should definitely check out the awesome food/dessert vendors, restaurants, and artwork we had the chance to meet there. Here are some pictures by Kenya Bravo and here is the list of the participants, check them out!

Participants : 
@kumquatcupcakes (cupcakes)
@TheAlcreamist (ice cream)
@oaxacatacos (tacos)
@Grnsquaretavrn (appetizers)
@HerbNZest (appetizers)
@thebravista (photographer)
@brooklynbakery (bracelets) (artwork)

Dreamlike photographs of the Toscan and Moravian Landscapes – Marcin Sobas

Polish photographer Marcin Sobascaptures captures images of agricultural fields and hills of Tuscany (Italy) and the Czech Republic. The artist approach is unique : instead of capturing the entirety of the landscape he uses a telephoto zoom lens that allows him to take tightly cropped shots that appear both immense in scale but extremely specific in scope.

Amazing Long Exposure Photographs of Gold Fireflies in Japan

These beautiful photographs capture the surreal ballet of gold fireflies as they mate after thunderstorms during the June to July rainy season.

Bodyscapes – Jean-Paul Bourdier

California based photographer Jean-Paul Bourdier concentrates on the beauty and geometry of the human body, combining landscape and flesh as a canvas to create a visual union and a beautiful harmony. All of the images have been shot on site in analog photography, without the use of digital manipulation.

Landscape Light Sculptures – Barry Underwood

Artist Barry Underwood photographs wonderfully mysterious natural landscapes by infusing the spaces with sculpted light.

Aqueous Electreau – Underwater Ink Photographs

Photographer Mark Mawson explores colours and textures in these amazing captures of smoke-like ink underwater.

Deep-Fried Gadgets

If you ever wondered what technology looks like after it’s been cooked, Henry Hargreaves has the answer! Fret not, these gadgets aren’t real – just foam copies. Hargreaves has a “restless and curious mind, a fascination with the unusual or quirky and a desire to see how photography can illuminate the world and spark conversation.”

Photos via Hargreaves’ website.


While washing dried paint out of his sink from a different project, Michael Chase was inspired by the colors and textures that the combination of water and paint created, and set out to make his own psychedelic patterns armed with only his iPhone, his sink, and different types of paint. He states that the series, entitled Paintaway, “revolves around the central theme of impermanence. The flowing water represents the erosion of time and the paint is symbolic of the physical world we live in.”

Photos via his website.

Alternative Landscape – Benoît Paillé

Photographer Benoît Paillé created on a fascinating series of landscapes. These dreamlike photographs are realised using a unique lighting method : a suspended glowing square. The images are not photoshopped, the 1×1 meter light is hung in the center of each photograph and the resulting image shows a unique form of illumination in a natural landscape. The photographer says his goal is to redefine what a landscape photograph is by questioning its reality, creating a kind of poetic moment in space and time.