These amazing space photographs show the world’s islands as they’ve never been seen before. The world feels so different when viewed from above. These stunning photographs of islands were taken by satellite and capture the otherworldly beauty of planet Earth from thousands of miles away.
Talented Ukranian nature photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko uses macro photography to show us everyday lives of snails in their tiny mysterious world. Mishchenko’s interest with the miniature natural world around us began early on in his youth. This collection of photographs is absolutely stunning. See it
Climate change is a hot topic these days. With ice caps melting and sea levels rising, across the world we are seeing drastic changes in the weather and in the environment. As a result, many beautiful natural wonders are slowly being eroded and may soon
Nature has always been a source of inspiration for designers to look at things differently. Take a look at these photos. They are some of the really great examples of natural portraits taken by professional photographers and as you can see, in each of every
Lake Tekapo is about three hours drive south-west of Christchurch in the Mackenzie Basin. It covers an area of 83 square kilometres (32 sq mi), and is at an altitude of 700 metres (2,300 ft) above sea level. Featuring majestic views of the Southern Alps,
Methuselah, a bristlecone pine tree from California’s White Mountains, is almost 5,000 years old—and the oldest non-clonal tree in the world. The bristlecone pine (family Pinaceae, genus Pinus, subsection Balfourianae) has an intrinsically low rate of reproduction and regeneration, and it is thought that under
These amazing photos were made by 9 year-old boy Carlos Perez Naval from Spain who recently claimed the title of Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Carlos’ parents are tireless travelers and take their son to all their trips around the world. When he
French-born, Sydney based photographer Jerome Berbigier is capturing, printing, and publishing landscape and seascape photographs since 2009. One of his favorite subjects, we’re sure to see more beautiful photos of the Australian coast like these from Jérôme in the future.
The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page. – St. Augustine This saying says it all. From majestic waterfalls, and lost cities, to mysterious landmarks and natural wonders, here is a collection of pictures which is worth to
Cris Benton, a retired professor of architecture and former department chair at UC Berkeley captures these colourful and impressive landscapes of the San Francisco Bay area using a radio-controlled camera, for his book “Saltscapes”.