David Ruiz Luna is not a professional photographer, just a guy who likes to travel around the world and take photos of his trips. He just happens to end in some amazing landscapes—sometimes breathtaking, sometimes alien-looking, always a reminder that I should get off this fucking sofa right now.

Above: Going up Island Peak, Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal

Lobelia telekii, a weird plant in Mount Kenya, second largest peak in Africa after Kilamanjaro

Simien Mountains, Ethiopia

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Alien world landscape in Laguna Negra, Sierra Nevada National Park, MĂ©rida, Venezuela

Sunrise at Lenana Peak (4.895m), Kenya

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Cime di Lavaredo, the Dolomites, Italy

Going up Island Peak, Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal

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The lighthouse at the end of the world, Ushuaia

David Ruiz Luna is a surgeon from Sabadell, Spain. His passion is to travel around the world in search of amazing places to experience and photograph.

You can follow him in Flickr and 500px.


This is part of a series in which we are featuring futuristic, striking, and just beautiful photography. If you are a photographer with awesome work, please drop me a line here.

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