Terra Quantum Life is launched!

Terra Quantum is now 8 years old. Photographic excellence is our passion and the Earth, our interest.

Along with the current platform, TERRITORIES, we have launched the new one, LIFE. Our approach in terms of quality and concern about the environment stays the same.

LIFE will accommodate animal photography. An international, permanent jury will review each submitted image. We are grateful to Nick Brandt for agreeing to display in LIFE several images of his last and so important work: INHERIT THE DUST. 

Latest shots


Selection of January 2024: Sandhill Cranes In Fog--Big Creek marsh by Larry Monczka
Mar 31, 2024

With morning fog predicted, I arose before dawn and drove a half hour to the causeway between the...

An interview with Antonio Fernandez by Beata Moore
Mar 31, 2024

Antonio Fernandez is a Spanish photographer based in mid-west Spain. He is passionate about nature and landscapes. In his photography, Antonio is constantly searching for the purest essence of nature. His intimate vision of the landscape and personal interpretation of nature gained him many international awards and commendations, to mention just a few: Natural Landscape Photography Award, Montp...

Selection of December 2023: Just essential of Black veined white by Thomas Delahaye
Feb 29, 2024

It was difficult to position myself, because of the slope of the meadow in the mountains. When I ...

Selection of November 2023: For Now Flamingo by Alice Zilberberg
Jan 20, 2024

The digital displacement of the animals from their surroundings is representative of their displa...

Talk #14: In The Shadow Of by Beata Moore
Dec 24, 2023

Often, I am asked why most landscape photographers are men, not women. There is no doubt that landscape photography (whether on an amateur or professional level) is male-heavy. As a female photographer and a person who has been involved in helping women photographers build a stronger presence in the photographic industry, I have identified multiple factors at play.

Selection of October 2023: ICU TOO Mandrillus sphinx by Jennifere Thompson
Dec 24, 2023

The Mandril is one of several species of primates I photographed in 2015. In 2015 I travelled to ...


We are living through the antithesis of genesis right now. It took billions of years to reach a place of such wondrous diversity, and then in just a few shockingly short years, an infinitesimal pinprick of time, to annihilate that.

It has become apparent that our planet and its wildlife is dying, victims of the human activity, pollution, maltreatment, environmental spoilage and litter. It seems that our world has two enemies: men and their indifference. If no actions are taken, the situation will deteriorate.

That’s why the work of Nick Brandt is so important - it is powerful and shocking. As a result, it makes us do more, not just talk. He has shown us two horrific realities: disappearance of human beings and the extinction of the animal life. We are so convinced of our superiority and intelligence, yet we ignore the fact that men will not survive without animal life. This is what Nick’s photos are showing with impeccable precision, exquisite composition and tremendous beauty.

Nick is far from being just a witness of environmental damage, in 2010 he co-founded with Richard Bonham, Big Life Foundation that employs hundreds of Masai rangers and protects 2 million acres of Wilderness in East Africa. With pragmatism and perseverance, they try to reverse the looming disaster.

We are grateful to Nick for agreeing to display several images on Terra Quantum. We fully share his engagement in the matter and support his objectives. By sharing his work, we hope it will reach a wider audience.

All the images here are to scale and not altered.

Samuel Feron - Terra Quantum