The National Geographic organizes the 2015 Traveler Photo Contest which offers the possibility to photographers to submit their pictures that highlight countries where they travel. This selection of May take us in Norway, Iceland, Thailand, Brazil or Romania. Landscapes are photographed at the best parts of the day when the light enable to show its beauty.
Photographers Daniel Taipale and Samuel Taipale are two brothers from Finland. On their respective Instagram account, they make us traveling through Finland and Norway. By looking their pictures we travel on snow-covered landscapes, in pine woods, under starry nights or lighted by aurora borealis. Snapshots are sometimes dreamlike.
Photographer Lasse Henning went in at the Lofoten Island located in the north of Norway, closed to the polar arctic circle. he came back with amazing pictures he assembled to make a Timelapse where shades of blue of landscapes succeed each other, interrupted by nights ornamented by auroras borealis and sunsets.
Norvegian photographer Lars Anderson photographed a single alleway in the city of Tromsø in the north of Norway. Some posters of cultural events and graffitis cover the walls. Black and white pictures show us perfectly different types of persons crossing this short aisle which links two roads.
“The Last Light” is a photos series showing the beauty of winter twilight in Norway. Till 2nd of December, sweet tints of setting sun spread in the sky, offering a celestial gradient to contemplate. Rosy tints delicately reflect on snowy slope of mountains. A series by Bjørg-Elise Tuppen, to discover.
From Norway to Iceland, we follow the holidays of tourists enjoying the beauty of the countries. But we realize that the film is like a time-lapse animation movie, staging miniature landscapes and people in motion while it’s well and truly real life scenes that are filmed. A stunning project made by Martijn Doolaard and produced by DAMPDESIGN.
Design studio Snøhetta, whose we already have talked about, has built the “Pilot House” in the city of Larvik, in Norway. The originality of this pavilion is in the facade and rooftop with sloped photovoltaic panels. This house offers a minimalist interior mixing bricks and wood. To discover in images in the gallery.
Un mois, 7300 km parcourus depuis Bordeaux pour explorer les régions sauvages de Norvège. Une aventure collective également couchée dans un récit qui raconte l’aventure et ses découvertes à travers une exploration et une expérience humaine partagée.Des moments précieux, difficiles parfois, mais qui ouvrent sur des perspectives de liberté dont le partage est le seul [...]
After travelling in Norway, videomaker Nicholas Buer, specialized in timelapses at day and astronomy amateur at night, has directed a very beautiful timelapse called “Blackout City” and which presents cities of the South of England when all is dark and calm. When the city lights are off, it’s the turn of the sky lights to be on : the invisible becomes visible.
With its glass facade windows and its 117 000 square meters of surface, the Statoil Regional Offices, located in Norway, was built in 20 months by A-Lab architects and 2500 workers. This building was thought like a game of construction, spouting in all sides with blocks that are piled up and cross each other. To discover.
The series “Through the Window” has came in 2002 into the mind of Italian photographer Giorgio Barrera. He has travelled in Norway, Italy, Denmark, Finland and also in Germany to take pictures of people through their windows. An interesting point of view on intimacy, to discover below.