Marchesa Camellia with Rhubarb © JP Terlizzi
© Wendel Wirth
Wood III, In the winter months, the muted horizon parades elemental forms; barns and grain elevators, cow houses, cowsheds, granges as they have been called.
© Klaus Lenzen
Architecture minimal I, The photo shows the contours of a cooking plant, seen in Duisburg in the Ruhr area in the western part of Germany
© Maureen Ruddy Burkhart
Allium Study #8, From my series: Allium Study, wild onions and garlic gathered from my walks during lockdown
© Zak van Biljon
Kalakwa 5, Color Infrared image – Namibia from the series Modernising Nature
Attendre dans l’espace de rien © Hyun De Grande
© Hans Wichmann
City Waves, Skyscraper in Vienna / Austria. Photographed upwards with light from the side. Edited with hard contrasts in Photoshop. The sky was photographed separately and then inserted.
Eye on the Prize from the Hover series © Steven Raskin
© Fabrizio Spucches
From the series Working Class Virus, Under the umbrella of Corona Virus, current matters such as integration, global warming, conspiracy theory, ecology are depicted through a series of portraits.
© Deborah Bay
Triangle Theorem from the series Traveling Light. Image from the Traveling Light series exploring the interaction of light and color with optical objects. The series follows in a long lineage of experimental studies that investigate the most elemental components of photographic processes: light and lenses.
© Donell Gumiran
Shape of Desert. Liwa Desert lies 155 miles southwest of Abu Dhabi and about 62 miles south of the Arabian Gulf. It's at the edge of the Rub' al-Khali, AKA the Empty Quarter, a 255,000 square-mile desert that has more sand in it than the Sahara. The area has an assortment of villages and farms - situated along the top of the T - in the midst of the endless landscape of undulating sand shape dunes.
© Marcus Trappaud Bjørn
Buba Ali from the series Onchocerciasis. Using a special camera called a fundus camera, which is normally used in eye clinics and hospitals for Ophthalmology to examine diseases such as glaucoma and diabetes, it is possible to take photographs of the eyes retina through the pupil.
© Kevin Lyle
Geometry 17953, the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogs... mostly shapes not found in Nature... I never really liked Geometry..
© Songyuan Ge
oma2 from the series Meaningless. I intend to use my artworks to relax people's pressure. This series of photos are taken in San Francisco. The subject in these pictures are the details of architecture. Modern buildings have grown tremendously with the growth of population, and people's pressure comes from the pressure of life, so I think modern architecture has an inseparable relationship with people's pressure. Therefore, I want to remind people the most beautiful thing is around us.
© Nicola Ducati
Steel Life: the privateers crew. Far east. Steel foundries. Life here has a circular flow, in the morning the workers get up early, there are those who prepare meals for the others in turn. The shifts begin and the men are all busy demolishing old shipwrecks coming from all over the world, the metal is cut, worked, melted and again transformed. Only the metal here changes life, not these men, they are always here, every day. Every day until the evening, until the siren sounds the arrival of sunset.
© Axel Breutigam
City Center Las Vegas, NV, USA Part of the ongoing series Urban Geometry Buildings and structures are fascinating to me, in particular, modern and contemporary designs. Exploring a building from all possible angles of view and finding the parts of the structure which lead to another layer of abstraction is what I am seeking visually. To do so it is often necessary to give space and put things into a reductive perspective.
© Frank Lynch
Wall of Light, Osaka. This wall of light is in Osaka, Japan. It is the facade of a giant pachinko parlour. I discovered it late one night as I was looking for the Groovy Bar in the Nishinari Ward of Osaka. I spent 4 cold nights waiting patiently for passing pedestrians to walk into the photographs. After every session I rewarded myself by making my way on to the Groovy Bar for a feed of funk, blues and beer . . .
© Barry Guthertz
Inside The Wave from the series “Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness” After a 3 mile hike into the desert you come upon a draw dropping sandstone formation that has been carved by millions of years of wind and rain erosion.
© Karine Coll
Diagonale perdue from the series Body geometry A series in black and white, ethereal, in which the body becomes abstraction, a fragmented, transformed mass, depicted only by way of a play of lines, curves, folds, shadows. Here the elusive and delicate body takes on a whole new dimension, leading the eye into a geometry of the flesh. A series in square format to force the simplicity of the look and widen the field of vision in an ideal geometry.
Shapes © Francesco Pace Rizzi
© Abdulla AL-Mushaifri
Cleaning Time. A front face photo for the Museum of Islamic art in early morning, actually it was my first image for this year (2020) since the covid 19 situation started , we were not allowed to go out all the time , so as a photographer it was hard time to me to stay far away from photography, so when finally the authority of health permitted us to go out , I took my camera and I walk around my place near by my home and I found these workers starting an early morning working to wash the building of the Museum Of Islamic Art , I really liked the composition of the architecture shapes on it, and how they are layered on top of each other which it make it a great image to be photographed.
Snow Shapes #5 © Rosario Civello
City Shapes © Ursula Reinke
Draped in Fog. Toronto Financial Center, California, USA © Golnaz Abdoli
Ready for takeoff. Bellingham, WA © Don Jacobson