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33 Photographs Islands

Palm and coconut trees, transparent blue lagoons where you can lounge endlessly – these islands evoke relaxation, leisure, travel, and pleasure.

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From Asia to Europe and the Americas, the world over, islands are a source of fantasy. Palm and coconut trees, transparent blue lagoons where you can lounge endlessly – these islands evoke relaxation, leisure, travel, and pleasure. YellowKorner’s photographers capture the world’s most beautiful islands to offer idyllic images. Discover this incredibly beautiful collection of images and explore islands around the world, the deserted beaches of these enchanting seas. These numbered limited-edition photographs will gracefully decorate your interior, inspiring you to dream each time you enter your living room or bedroom. Photographers are particularly fascinated by the light characterising these islands. Looking out at the sea , Richard Hirst truly captures sunsets like no one else. From midnight blue to pale rose, the colour palette fades into infinity. He is also fond of aerial photography. This is particularly appropriate for capturing island landscapes as it uses height to appreciate the forms of white sand stretches or catch a glimpse of the seabed through perfectly clear water. The photographer Ben Thomas captures island life. In his images, he breaks the myth of idyllic islands, showing the crowds that cover the beach or the poolside. Island culture is highly specific. Cities gain in height for lack of space, coconut palms creep up between buildings, and the sea is never far, nor is the sun. Jörg Dickman is more interested in urban island landscapes and reveals their specificities through warm, luminous, and tumultuous shots. From Bondi to Australia, great photographers reveal paradise on earth, these gardens of Eden, these areas of fabulous nature. Water, and its endless expanse of blue, features prominently in these shots in which sea and ocean share starring bill.