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Kosmos is known for its stunning visuals. Inner sensitivity to beauty and grace enhances all that we express and do. The presence of beauty softens our hearts and opens our receptivity to the finer nuances of intuition and love while other more active images evoke our compassion and engagement. We offer you a collection of some of our most recent images, which will be rotating and changing periodically.


beauty and harmony with all life

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In this serene night skyscape, the Milky Way’s graceful arc stretches over prominent peaks in the Italian Alps known as […]

Watershed

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Environmental art in collaboration with Philippa Jones.

Exodus Series of Paintings

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The Exodus series paintings are concerned with the experience of higher awareness and spiritual revelation that results from the movement […]

Wild and Beautiful Nature

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Artist Statement My daily work is a mix between creating visual effects and photographing nature. The two things are seemingly […]

Indian Culture

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Photo Tao I | An Experience of Oneness

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“I did not choose this vision. It chose me. It’s bred into my own nature. I feel I’m just a vehicle, through which a certain type of perception gets recorded. All that is required is to let go.”

Photo Tao II | An Experience of Oneness

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“I did not choose this vision. It chose me. It’s bred into my own nature. I feel I’m just a vehicle, through which a certain type of perception gets recorded. All that is required is to let go.”

Daniel Fox | The Wild Image Project

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Photography is an exchange between a subject and an observer. In my case, my subject is wildlife and in these portraits there is a dialogue between the animal I am photographing and me. My objective is to capture a photographic moment with the intensity felt at the instant the shutter opens. I create a composition in my mind and then shoot until I feel I have reached my objective. I believe in enhancing a reality, not creating a new one. Although I produce my work digitally, I try to my utmost capacity not to retouch and alter the images. What you see on these photos is an exact reproduction of what I saw through my lens at the moment of capture.