Photographer Robert Walker Captures Britain’s Only Desert

British born photographer Robert Walker’s latest project taken over a 4 year period captures the ever changing light and atmosphere of Britain’s only desert. “The Fifth Continent” was the name given to the area around Dungeness, Kent in the 1840’s by Rev. R Barham. When he said, “The World, according to the best geographers, is…


Sam Irons Landscape Photography

The landscape photography of Sam Irons in his “Grid Reference” series offers curious deserted landscapes often in the pastel range or at night and most importantly without anyone present.


Dan Holdsworth’s Blackout Series

A point of inspiration for some and a tool to help convey thought and feeling for others, the natural world has always been an endless source of artistic reference. For Dan Holdsworth, it’s no different.


Hoflehner’s Patience

Written by Mateus Andrade Silence, secluded and empty spaces are the main themes of the body of work titled Patience from the Austrian photographer Joseph Hoflehner. Showcasing unique locations as perfect examples of the dynamic between man-made


A Portrait of Ice by Caleb Cain Marcus

For anyone who has never contemplated traveling to a place cold enough to turn stone into ice, Caleb Cain Marcus’ series ‘A Portrait of Ice’ will awaken the urge. The pristine images of grey and blue toned glaciers taken throughout the coldest corners of the globe are so deliciously enticing that even the most cold…