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65 Amazing Photo Series Inspired by the Earth

65 Amazing Photo Series Inspired by the Earth
Top left to right: © Britta Jaschinski, Brian Skerry, Dayna Bartoli, Andrey Abramov, Nelly Rodriguez, Ellie Davies
65 Amazing Photo Series Inspired by the Earth
The wonders and calamities of nature and life on Earth seem as endless as the cosmos themselves. Here are 65 amazing photo series that draw their inspiration from the beauty of nature, the cycles of life, changing weather and environments, and much more.
Camille Seaman
The Last Iceberg
All things move toward their end— Camille Seaman has been photographing dwindling icebergs in both Arctic regions with great power and perhaps even greater poignancy. Interview with Camille Seaman.
Klaus Thymann
To the Ends of the Earth
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!). By Klaus Thymann.
Marcus Bleasdale
Rape of a Nation
An unflinching, outraged report about the ongoing human tragedy occurring in the Congo—along with a video interview with the photographer behind these powerful images. Interview with Marcus Bleasdale.
Chris Jordan
Midway: Message from the Gyre
Chris Jordan has been documenting an astonishing and disturbing effect of consumer waste: discarded plastic packaging and toys inside the stomachs of thousands of dead baby albatrosses. By Chris Jordan.
The inaugural LensCulture Earth Awards is our first call for photography focused on the planet. We are awarding $25,000 in cash grants as well as video projections at international photo festivals, visibility with LensCulture Insiders, a Printed Annual and more. 
Online Gallery: Early Submissions to LensCulture Earth Awards 2015

Updated daily! Click to see our editors' picks of entries from all over the world. 
Lensculture Earth Awards
1st Row: © Bruce Thionville, Akihiro Shibata, Wolfgang Feik, Meril Darees, Roberta Marroquin  2nd Row: © David Bart, Rod Macivor, Christina & Eusebio Saenz De Santamaria, Joshua Sarinana, Emmanuel Tardy  3rd Row: © Nicholas Hughes, Paul Kenny, Michael Honegger, Gareth Rockliffe, Jennifer Colten  4th Row: © Romulo Rejon, Christian Vizl, Francisco Gutiérrez, Karel Kravik, Tom Turner

This Week on Instagram

Souvid Datta travels to the heart of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, to offer his inspiring vision of the daily life there. From nomadic tribesmen to a traveling circus, Datta's camera reveals far more than you ever could have expected. 

Also, don't miss Datta's powerful photo-documentary LensCulture feature, "Under the Bridge": Over and under a single bridge in Kabul, two worlds lie mere meters apart. Above, children walk to school and a market bustles; daily life carries on, unworried. Below, over 2,000 hopelessly addicted heroin users are packed into what its denizens' call a "living hell."

Black Mirror: Aperture's Summer Open 2015

In July 2015, Aperture Foundation will host its second open-submission exhibition for which all photographers are eligible. The theme for this year's Summer Open is Black Mirror, and it will be curated by Michael Famighetti, editor ofAperture magazine.

Enter your best work today!

W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography

The W. Eugene Smith Fund will begin accepting applications for its annual Grant in Humanistic Photography on April 15, 2015. Photographers interested in applying for the grant can learn more by visiting

Applications will be accepted through May 31, 2015


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