Author Lisa Scarpa

Lisa is a PR & content intern at Meero

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Dubai and Abu Dhabi Are Being Swallowed By Sand

The battle we face between mother earth and humans isn’t found more anywhere else other than in these United Emirates. The aftermath gives the impression that the cities streets are being swallowed by the dessert sand. This is beautiful yet remarkable to see. Irenaeus Herok has captured these apocalyptic views.

08 Jun 2018 by Lisa Scarpa
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The Dazzling Skyline of New York City

The most famous city in the world lights up every night with colors streaming through the sky. It's heard you can see them from space! Phil Holland took the opportunity to use the most advanced technology and equipment to film a bird's eye view of the city. Take a look and breathtaking views.

06 Jun 2018 by Lisa Scarpa
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The Biggest Photography Contest of the Year

The "Share The Experience" Contest! The National Park Foundation is looking for amazing photos from amateur photographers that highlight the best of America's federal public lands. This contest is towards the official photo that will be featured on the America the Beautiful Federal Recreation Lands Pass for 2020.

05 Jun 2018 by Lisa Scarpa
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China's Crazy Architecture Is Something To See!

Belgian Architect, part-time photography, Kris Provoost, has come out with the second part of his Beautified China Series! The photos are so minimalistic and give you the real freedom to assess each photo throughly, looking at every detail. Each photo is so pleasing to the eye that we could look at them forever.

31 May 2018 by Lisa Scarpa

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A Tsunami From Heaven Captured In Austria

Amateur filmmaker, Peter Maier, has created a viral sensation on the internet with his timelapse video, ‘tsunami from heaven’. Generating over 1.6 million views and 28,000 shares, the mesmerizing video has captivated people from all over the world on how beautiful nature really is.

18 Jun 2018 by Lisa Scarpa
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The Most Captivating Minimalist Pop Art

"Its Perspective, Not Truth," says graphic designer and photographer Andhika Ramadhian, as he creates the most vivid illusions in an image. Keeping each one to the essential point and on a very minimalistic side, he shows a human placed in the middle of a patterned background.

12 Jun 2018 by Lisa Scarpa