Three of the winners of Scuba Diving magazine’s 2018 Underwater photography contest.
From top: a whale breach by Rodney Burial (the overall winner); a blanket octopus night-fishing by Cai Songda and The Pit, an underwater cave near Tulum in Mexico by Karen Smith.
MORE: Scuba Diving Magazine’s 2017 Underwater Photo Contest Winners
Breed portraits by Alexander Khokhlov and Veronika Ershova.
From top: Fanta, the Aussie; Nancy, the Bedlington Terrier; Faqir, the Afghan Hound; Fiji, the Basenji; Platon, the Bracco Italiano and Chika, the Miniature Schnauzer.
The rose-tinted vision of Europe’s furthest flung island that is Dreamscapes of Iceland – images of the natural terrain in extraordinary shades of visceral red and pink.
Photographer Al Mefer, who fell in love with rural Iceland while exploring the so-called ‘Golden Circle’ in the south of the country, explains:
I wanted to picture it in a way that it’d feel new yet as oneiric in the images as it is to see it live.
Andy Sheridan (whose excellent work we’ve featured previously) tweetz:
Exhibition opens at 6:30pm tomorrow, Thursday 27th September & runs until the 6th October in the Ranelagh Arts Centre.
In case you missed last year’s show.
The landscapes of Dordogne in southwestern France captured through infrared lenses by French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer, rendering all living plant matter in vivid hues of canary yellow.
Throw off your chains, slaves to the visible spectrum.
Two of many close-up and characterful shark portraits captured by clearly fearless underwater photographer Todd Bretl.
A lightning strike emanates from a huge cumulonimbus cloud over the Kanto region of Japan on Sunday.
Photo by Masayoshi Toyama.