Pictured: The amazing new ‘sky ladder’ that hangs 400ft above the rugged landscape of Utah

Pictured: The thrilling new ‘sky ladder’ that hangs 400ft above the rugged landscape of Utah (would YOU have the courage to climb it?) Called the Cave Peak Stairway, it has been installed by Amangiri resort and measures 200ft (61m) in length  Amangiri said in a statement: ‘Guests will be rewarded with an incredible panorama from … Read more

Landscape Photographer of the Year founder Charlie Waite reveals the secrets of great photography

Photographer Charlie Waite ‘Photoshop? You are messing with God’s light the moment you start changing stuff.’ Charlie Waite, world-renowned landscape photographer and the founder of the prestigious UK Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, is talking on Zoom to MailOnline Travel about the secrets of his art. And he has some strong opinions about edit-suite … Read more

‘It’s a North West classic!’: Kim Kardashian proudly reposts her daughter’s landscape painting

Kim Kardashian has once again shared her daughter North West’s landscape painting, after sparking debate over it earlier this month. The painting was initially posted to her Instagram Stories, but Kim was so proud of the artwork she decided to share it to her official grid. ‘Just had to post this on my main feed … Read more

Jaw-dropping photos by Christine Madeux show Germany’s beautiful mountainous landscape

Stunning mountainous European landscapes tend not to be associated with Germany – but these jaw-dropping photographs might help to change that. They show the country’s stunning Bavarian Alps region and its crystal clear lakes, jagged peaks, mesmerising meadows and a fairy-tale castle said to have inspired Disney’s Cinderella Castle design.  The amazing images have been … Read more

Canada wilderness: 12 incredible pictures of its mountainous landscape

Robin Williams described Canada as ‘like a loft apartment over a really great party’. Well, as these 12 mesmerising images show, the partygoers are missing out.    They were taken by amateur photographer James Cliburn, from Vancouver, who has spent the past five years exploring his country’s wild terrain, camera in hand. And he’s done a … Read more

Historic landscape immortalised by John Constable set to be ‘concreted over’ with 5,000 homes

When old master John Constable set up his easel in 1804 in a rural Hampshire village, he considered the setting so inspirational he recreated it in watercolours. But there are now fears the picturesque landscape that he captured in his ‘A View at Hursley’ could soon look a little different – with three solar farms … Read more

2020 International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition reveals winning images 

Definitely a tonic for troubled times.  These are the winning and shortlisted images in the 2020 International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, with stunning shots documenting everything from magical mountains in Norway to dramatic storm clouds over Kansas and the lush green forest of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor National Park.  There were almost 3,800 … Read more

International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition reveals winning images 

Definitely a tonic for troubled times.  These are the winning and shortlisted images in the seventh International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, with stunning shots documenting everything from magical mountains in Norway to dramatic storm clouds over Kansas and the lush green forest of Wistman’s Wood in Dartmoor National Park.  There were almost 3,800 entries … Read more

Feast your eyes on the winning shots for the 2020 Landscape Photographer of the Year competition

The splendour of Britain’s rural and urban landscapes have been captured in breathtaking fashion for the 13th time – by the shortlisted and winning entries to the 13th Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. Every time, without fail, the winning and shortlisted images by the nation’s most talented amateur and professional photographers take the breath … Read more

Precipitation can erode a landscape quickly enough to ‘suck’ rocks out of the Earth, study shows 

Rain can move mountains and erode a landscape quickly enough to ‘suck rocks’ out of the ground, according to a new study that measured the impact of precipitation. Researchers from the University of Bristol developed a technique that involves examining particles from space inside grains of sand found in mountainous regions. They used these particles, … Read more