There are a bunch of good places (site,detail):
http://www.naturephotographers.net/index.html, in the galleries.
http://www.nanpa.org/, in the photography category.
But these are just some of the many, many sites that have hundreds of images in their galleries; though I do particularly like several of the above.
Two of my favorites places to get quality and breathtaking environmental photos are at the National Geographic and Treehugger websites.
The Treehugger website (http://www.treehugger.com/galleries/) offers a multitude of galleries under various topics. You can view cool solar projects, influential green leaders, bugs, and global warming photos. This extensive gallery is often supported by articles accompanying each photo if you want to pursue for further interest. They cover everything- there is even a gallery of models. My favorite gallery is named the “Most Powerful- and Potentially Depressing- Slideshow”, which is exactly what the title implies: http://www.treehugger.com/galleries/2009/10/ten-of-treehuggers-most-powerful-and-most-depressing-slideshows.php.
The National Geographic website (http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photogalleries/nature-weather/) has great photos of landscapes, natural disasters, and animals. They are amazing! National Geographic also offers a website where you can go to download images as wallpaper or backgrounds (http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/galleries).
Those are my two favorite places to look for environmental photos on practically any topic or location!
I would encourage you to actually go out in your town or nearest city and look for exhibitions by local artists or featured visiting exhibits. I really enjoy doing this and I often find artists whose work I really like but had never heard of. Most galleries are free to visit and many museums offer a few “free days” each month. Bring a friend along, or not, its interesting either way.
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