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30 Web Designs Featuring Beautiful Scenes of Nature

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To really promote your product, service or cause you’ve got to design for emotion and make a connection with your viewers. There’s no better way to tap into the dreams of visitors than presenting them with awe-inspiring scenes of the great outdoors. This post showcases 30 sites that use beautiful scenes of nature to construct a serene atmosphere and whisk their viewers away on an adventure in their imagination.

Tinké

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Let’s Travel Somewhere

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REI 1440 Project

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Otter Surfboards

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Heathlife

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Kyle Thacker

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Plain

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One Million Trees

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The Gold of The Andes

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The Twenty

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OwlConcept

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Zulu & Zephyr

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Leve Hytter

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Piction iPhone App

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Ryan Edy

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Minerva

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Kassandra Bay Hotel

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Epic Discovery

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Jason Miller Studio

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blacknegative

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Ringle 39

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Big Bend Brewing Company

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Kiawah Island Real Estate

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Chase Happiness

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Thankful Registry

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Blobfolio

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iuqo

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Crowns&Owls

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Oyyo N°1

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Written by Chris Spooner

Chris Spooner is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. Check out Chris' design tutorials and articles at Blog.SpoonGraphics or follow his daily findings on Twitter.

15 Comments

  1. Hi Chris… nice collection and isn’t it cool how a nice background image and some text can make a website look so vibrant? Although would this be mobile compatible and wouldn’t loading times be affected also?

  2. Good themes, my favourite is the lets travel somewhere (akos) looks just like Old Harrys Rock in Poole, Dorset, Uk

  3. Tanja says:

    Great collection. I love the new design of websites! Thank you Chris fot his articel.

    Ceers from Germany (Augsburg)

  4. Marto says:

    A beautiful background image and a simple text can turn a website into a masterpiece.

    Great collection!

  5. these are really beautiful web designs

  6. Alen J says:

    I really like the ‘simple is better’ design trend that seems to be taking over web design (and even app design).

    – I like the thankful registry and big bend brewing designs in particular.

    Alen
    ( http://www.davaware.com )

  7. I certainly agree that these backgrounds create emotion for a viewer. Thanks for sharing and for the ideas.

  8. These are great. I think there a fine line with some of the highres nature sites though. The user does get lost as there is very little call to action on some of these.

  9. oh buddy these are awesome design specially lets travel somewhere and kyle thaker thank you very much for this huge colloections

  10. David says:

    These web designs shows that the beauty of nature can be the best decoration on any situation. I really love those with plains.

  11. Clearly, nature’s beauty can be a perfect way to create beautiful piece of artwork.

  12. Thanks,
    This is a very smartly written article. I’ll make sure to bookmark it and return to read extra of your helpful information.

  13. linda says:

    Good information provided thanks

  14. Web Design says:

    Those were beautiful templates! They are very well put together. Very professional.

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