The spectacular boiling lave and ice bubbles images that celebrate the beauty of nature Tauheed Ahmad October 19, 2015 Amazing & Incredible, Photography 1729 These’re extremely beautiful pictures you’ve to look again and again to realize exactly what they are. German photographer Thorsten Scheuermann has travelled the world to snap a series of images that take a left-field view at nature’s beauty concentrating on one sole object. The photographer took the dangerous initiatives to captures the luminous, boiling lava of Kilauea Volcano, blue cracked mud in Oregon’s Alvord Desert, and a humble row of trees in Leavenworth, Washington. These’re stunning sites that can gain greater significance and have their beauty exposed when excluding everything else around them. It was really a memorable trip and I enjoyed a lot with lot of new learning’s. The moments of beauty around me in everyday life, things like evening light filtering through leaves or an interesting cloud formation spotted during my commute. My object is to encouraged people to pay more attention to their environment & love their surroundings. I absolutely relish the beings outdoors with my camera, even weather conditions aren’t perfect. I always have a good time just getting out there and enjoy the process of looking for photo opportunities. I am always critical of my own work and realize lots of opportunity for improvement. But since that means spending more time outside photographing, it’s inspiring rather than discouraging. Almost an optical illusion, this images shows the beautiful colours of the swirling rivers near Santa Cruz, California Thorsten took this blurred image of trees in Leavenworth, Washington Thorsten Scheuermann captures the flowing, red-hot lava of the Kilauea Volcano near Kalapana in Hawaii The colours are formed by different kinds and ages of rock that have been shaped over time into these amazing formations The Painted Hills in National Monument, Oregon, have remarkable patterns that look as though there must have been intervention from man to create them These bizarre patterns are formed by ice bubbles in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon Such a complex creature, this is a close-up view of the bottom of an octopus with its elaborate patterns of suckers at the Seattle Aquarium Simply and pure beauty is what Thorsten strives to captures, such as with this shot of a tree in Sequoia National Park, California Palo Alto is probably better known for being the home of companies such as Google and Facebook, but this swirling river pattern outside the city deserves its own fame Cracked mud captured in the Alvord Desert, Oregon, has a unique blue hue Related PostsThe Gateway to Hell, EthiopiaThe Incredible Hydrothermal Fields of EthiopiaSpectacular Images of Lava Crashes into the Sea off HawaiiSpectacular Photos of a Volcanic EruptionLake Mývatn a Natural Wonder of IcelandCALBUCO from Martin HeckPhotographer Julie Fletcher Leaves Her City Life to Capture Stunning Images of Australian OutbackThe Majestic Beauty of Earth From Above Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.