eXXpedition is a pioneering, all-female sailing project that explores all corners of the globe, bringing critical attention to the issue of ocean plastic and toxins.
Vanity Fair has a great article called Swim Lessons: A Life in Pools, that dives into the subject of swimming pools throughout the ages. Inspired by a new book on the subject, the article explores the culture and storied history of pools …
Explore some of the winners of the 2018 Underwater Photography Contest, showcasing our planet's amazing biodiversity.
A beautiful series called The Sounds of Earth, combines captured sounds with brilliant visualizations of those sound waves.
Amazing and hilarious miniature photography, in a series called Minimiam. The mundane becomes fascinating, and the smallest items take on a whole new perspective.
The Magic of Socotra, a strange island off the coast of Yemen, full of wild and endemic plant life.
The New York Times has an important, if frustrating look at 6 of the most common items that are improperly recycled.
British photographer Matt Porteous shows us the power and grace of the oceans, in a series that is authentic and beautiful.
Urs Fischer has a powerful sculpture on display, a life-size aluminum rhinoceros, attracting a slew of manmade objects to it's orbit.
Marcus Wendt explores the cacti of the Canary Islands under macro infrared photography, unlocking a range of exotic forms and colors.
This month's powerful National Geographic cover brings the issue of plastic waste to the forefront. It's time to take it seriously.
Simple yet emotionally resonant work from Andre Elliott, showcasing hands under neon light.
The noble goat has been tasked with a new job in eastern Oregon: golf caddie.