November Sky Poetryhttp://novemberskypoetry.blogspot.com/
Follow the inspiring life of Christine Klocek-Lim on this beautiful blog. She features works of poetry, interviews, and more, along with stunning photography and well-chosen graphics that make it an easy and delightful read.
Art in Nature: Floris van Breugel’s Wilderness Photography and Adventure Bloghttp://www.artinnaturephotography.com/wordpress/
This photographer’s work truly lives up to the aspirational blog title, for each photograph is a work of art. Currently living in Seattle, WA, the blogger takes time to head over to the Olympic Peninsula to capture shots of mossy trees and Barred owls, and to return to California for some pictures of a warmer climate.
Pat Ulrich Wildlife Photography Bloghttp://blog.patulrichphotography.com/
Waterfalls at Yosemite and close-up shots of seashore birds are just a few of the images from this Northern California photographer. Also, the blog is updated almost daily, so there is always something new to see here.
This guy has a personal passion for nature and photography and uses his blog to showcase both. His personal photography collection of bird images spans over 1500; indeed, he's traveled the world to create it. View his stunning photography, not only of birds, but beautiful scenes as well, and perhaps indulge in a photoshop tutorial along the way to help develop your own talents.
This blog gives you a comprehensive look at digital nature photography. Come each week to read up the joy of photographing the natural world. We also are intrigued by PhotoNaturalist's philosophical side; you can read their articles on the ethics of photographing nature.
Blogger Glyn's love affair with photography began long ago, when he used his summer earnings to purchase a Zenith E SLR. As times changed, he moved into IT, and his new technological focus naturally saw him gravitate to the handy-dandy iPhone. His blog, frequently cited as the best around, reviews the latest apps iPhone photo lovers are considering to improve their technique. It also delves into the needs of iPhone video-philes as well.
iPhone Made Photographyhttp://iphonemadephotography.com/
For anyone clueless about the recent phenomenon of iPhone photographs, this blog is the ideal location to earn her sea legs. The site begins with some warnings about the picture-taking process: iPhones, though hip, are limited in their shot-capture ability, a fact which either empowers or hampers potential photogs. That said, it's also acknowledge how remarkably the smartphone has shortened the creative process. Each photo-post here works as a response to these two fundamental tenets.
This blog's title, often abbreviated as OS, pokes fun at Apple's operating system; that brand of casual cleverness permeates the majority of pictures that make it to this site. Doc, Troy, and other contributors curate a trendy selection of pictures that frequently exhibit stunning use of light, color, and story -- sunset pics are a big hit here. The posts often elaborate on the techniques used to capture the shot, taking away some mystery while preserving the magic to inspire future shooters.
A Wordless Chorushttp://awordlesschorus.posterous.com/
You may not find reams of text on this photoblog, but pictures have never cashed in on their thousand-word supply as they have here. Sam, head blogger and iPhone photographer par excellence, crafts meaningful photographic essays and montages that form their own charming narratives that linger with the viewer. From new pasta recipes to appreciation for fog that hovers over a lake, Sam pushes iPhotography to new levels here: these aren't just pretty pictures, but substantial stories.
Super Colossal cannot be articulately described with mere words; the pictures and ambiance you experience when visiting the site are far more informative. Suffice it to say that a pair of antipodeans, one from Australia and the other from New Zealand, collaborate to find beautifully bizarre, hipster-friendly examples of pop architecture chic for the 2010s. And, naturally, the blog doesn't limit itself to buildings exclusively. David Foster Wallace and comic books also contribute to the kaleidoscopic vibe.
Smash & Peashttp://www.smashandpeas.com/
These two guys love photography. One is a professional photographer for a magazine and the other practices photography as a hobby. Together, novice and pro bring you technical information, interviews, and inspiration in this appealing blog.