Angie Bowen April 2nd, 2012

That Distant Horizon: A Showcase of Landscape Photography

With the changing of the seasons, our thoughts tend to drift to the outdoors. Especially after winter's long visit has kept many locked up inside far away from the reach of the season's chill. Many of us are absolutely bursting at the seems waiting for the weather to be right, and for spring to breath its life into the landscapes. Through photography we can be granted something of an early exit.

Today we fix our inspirational radar towards the arena of landscape photography to help our readers find the ignition to their own creative sparks. Below is a beautiful collection of photographers works that bring the splendor of the outdoors right to you. Regardless of the weather. We hope that you will enjoy this showcase.

That Distant Horizon

Yosemite Valley

Central America

Nov in Sierra



Shooting Star Rye

A Place For Dreams

Amazing Sunset in Tuscany

The landscape of Licancabur

Mountain valley

Rocky mountain


Sunset on Limides Lake

Yoho National Park

Forest road

Spring morning

Green and white meadow

Mystery Forest Light


Swimming under a waterfall

Country road

Infinite road


Mountain lake with an island

Wild autumn

A rather spontaneous day trip

Tree tunnel

Unique trees




Black forest





Hong kong

Angie Bowen

Angie Bowen is a freelance artist, designer and writer as well as a founding member and editor of the Arbenting Design Blog.


  1. These are an amazing collection; most of these look like they were taken at sunrise. Gotta get up early to do something like that! Thank you so much, Angie, for putting this great collection together!!

  2. These are absolutely beautiful! I especially love Over The Hill by Nelleke. It looked like a location within a dream. <3

  3. All of these photos are totally amazing and a source of inspiration for me but you could also show us some urban landscape photos. I’ve always been a fan of rural landscape but now I’m trying to devote a lot of my free time to capturing the beat of urban life and I find it just as rewarding and maybe even more interesting.

  4. Amazing photos…amazing light! Thanks so much for sharing your photo collection. Nature is too beautiful not to share, right?

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