Amazing and hilarious miniature photography, in a series called Minimiam. The mundane becomes fascinating, and the smallest items take on a whole new perspective.
Charlotte Day's Edible Flowers A to Z takes us on a beautiful exploration.
The New York Times has an important, if frustrating look at 6 of the most common items that are improperly recycled.
Stockholm's subway system is adorned with art and impressive murals, covering the big cavernous underground stations.
A beautiful look at African Baobab trees in the evening light.
This month's powerful National Geographic cover brings the issue of plastic waste to the forefront. It's time to take it seriously.
Black ink made from air pollution.
A collection of stunning, beautifully designed cars from the last century of the automobile.
A highly futuristic and ambitious vision called Cargospeed brings the technology of the Hyperloop to the slow and dirty world of cargo shipping.
The massive beauty of Zion National Park.
Great photos form a dive off of Lembeh Strait in Indonesia, taken by Alexis Golding The seas are amazing, full of incredible biodiversity. Let’s protect them! Via BoredPanda:
Artist and writer Mandy Barker has a striking collection of images artfully showcasing the scale and absurdity of our plastic trash epidemic, and the way it's polluting our oceans.
An exceptional and expensive series of tables made from 50,000 year old kauri wood, discovered deep in a peat swamp in New Zealand.
The ancient forests of Yakushima Island Japan, photographed by Raphael Olivier.