beach Archive

Ubiquitous Beauty – Sand Macrophotography by Dr. Gary Greenberg

Pin It Sand is everywhere and most of us take it for granted, but not Dr. Gary Greenberg.¬† He is the photographer behind these exceptional macro shots of sand. He was a filmmaker and photographer until he decided to move to London to pursue his PhD in biomedical research. Dr. Greenberg also patented the 3D […]

Remembering the Fallen – Installation by Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss

Pin It “The Fallen” is the brainchild of two British artists to commemorate those who fell during the WWII in the beaches of Normandy. Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss traveled all the way to the historic beach and together with hundreds of volunteers, proceeded to scratch stencils of soldiers into the sand. The initial number […]

Hot Potatoes by Peter Pink

Pin It Peter Pink is a German artist who created an amusing series using strategically placed potatoes, cucumbers, and handmade props. Peter likes to describe himself¬† as a ‘nonsense maker’ and ‘clueless inventor’. His dressed-up veggies can be seen sunbathing in the beach, having a rally outside a fast food chain, and holding a funeral […]

Flying Jellyfish – Underwater Photography by Alexander Semenov

Pin It Jellyfish are some of the last things you would want to see in the beach. They’re icky, they’re slimy, and they sting. The only way they could possibly get worse was if they could fly. Well, Russian photographer Alexander Semenov has apparently photographed a few specimens doing just that. He has spent the […]

Catching A Plane – Josef Hoflehner

Pin It Josef Hoflehner is a genius in timing his shots. He has a bit of an obsession with low flying planes and has put together a series of cringe-inducing close calls with low flying jet planes. The expressions of bystanders, ranging from annoyed to shocked to terrified, are caught on film. It also helps […]

Scenes From The Sea by Josh Adamski

Pin It Josh Adamski has lived most of his life in the UK. He lives near a beach and takes his inspiration from the sea. His digitally enhanced images have a distinctly surreal feel about them. The colors are bold, the lines are striking, and the perspective is a tiny bit skewed. He’s currently based […]