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.
A look at Stephen Wilkes' remarkable day to night images, capturing an entire scene from day to night in a single photograph.
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.
Dimitar Karanikolov gives us an aerial perspective on the thousands of Buddhist temples and pagodas dotting the Myanmar countryside.
A collection of newly hatched chameleons are quite the cute overload.
A beautiful and ambitious building in Angers, France is entirely encompassed by trees and plants, with a sophisticated eco-friendly design.
Dramatic images of hot lava captured with an unusual sense of form and style by Michael Shainblum in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
The Wadi Rum desert in Jordan is one of the most Mars-looking places to be found on Earth.
Explore a collection of National Geographic Your Shot images showing people in 'extreme hammocking' locations.
German photographer Carolin Unrath has a beautiful series of images of Bromo volcano in eastern Java, Indonesia.
A beautiful little cabin outside of Reykjavík offers a glass-clad sleeping area, giving you perfect views of the Aurora Borealis.
A beautiful geometric raft with a living tree in it in Copenhagen marks the beginning of a new style of hangout spot in the Danish capital.
A lovely little time-lapse video showing a kidney bean growing, set to Blue Danube by Strauss.