As Far as the Eye Can See: Four Bloggers, Four Landscapes

Super thrilled to see my work on Discover! Thanks to Ben Huberman for the feature. Some excerpts:

Ranga Rohini is an architect, urban sketcher, and photographer based in Chennai, India. While traditional street photography focuses on people and how they collectively weave the fabric of city life, her cityscapes focus on lines and shapes. Her work shows the same play of light, form, and mood that landscape photographers highlight in their shots, only transposed to a human-made environment — like in this shot from a trip to Malacca, Malaysia, which she shared in response to a recent photo challenge at The Daily Post.

The post also features the wonderful work of 3 other photographers. Do check them out in the original post below!


Landscape photography can evoke a broad range of emotions: from the soothing visual rhythms of rolling hills to the drama of stormy seas and sheer cliffsides. Below is a small selection of photos that recently stood out to us — and that represent a much larger community of photographers, travelers, and adventurers who capture beautiful shots every single day.

jiminy magazine

Created by Danni Claire and Emily Long, two friends from the UK, jiminy magazine is a lifestyle site that focuses on sustainability, local sourcing, and ethical design and travel, with posts on crafts, food, and other related topics. It also features some powerful imagery — like the shot below, from a recent post about a trip to Machu Picchu, the famous Inca citadel in Peru.

Herman van Bon Photography

Born in the Netherlands and currently living in Napier, South Africa, Herman van Bon explores the poetic…

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