Norwegian artist Andreas Lie uses double exposure photos to capture the essence of animals in arctic landscapes. This is one of my favorites, I'm a huge fan of nature and the environment and these animals show the environemnt they live in.
, Peter Mohrbacher : I watched as the clouds poured forth from the mouth of the opening. The sky on the other side leaked through to flow down into the valley below, filling nothing of the infinite void that waited below it. Compared t
The castle -- He didn't know whether to fear, or embrace the sunlight. How rare it shown, and yet, how brightly it lit the shadows. When things are in darkness, secrets can be kept. But light had a strange way of unearthing even the darkest truths.
Today we feature the work of Pete Harrison, one of my all time favorite digital artists. Pete's photo manipulation work and talent for lighting effects is seriously impressive. Check out his awesome works today!