Nature is awesome. We share some of the most beautiful nature content on the web.
The first photographs of a super-rare black leopard in Africa in over 100 years. She's a beauty.
A beautifully white and serene series by Tom Hegen, showcasing earth in winter snow cover, from shoreline to mountain range to open field.
Lovely sweeping landscapes of Swedish shoreline, with uncluttered views and a sense of peace.
Daniel Greenwood shows us an incredible array of starlit photos, taken from beautiful vantage points, like in fields of flowers at night, up through dramatic canyons, and under the gush of a flowing waterfall.
Obscura Digital created an amazing 108-foot video wall for Salesforce's office in California.
Photographer Nathaniel Wise shows the Oregon Coast in his warm and misty images, framing the sea through the trees, and capturing the breaking surf off of the rocky shoreline.
Beautiful series called Ice Formations showcasing trapped CO2 and methane bubbles underneath a frozen Alaskan lake. The detail and patterns formed are really stunning.
We dare you to peruse this collection of beautiful dog photos by Czech photographer Kristýna Kvapilová and not get a little misty eyed toward our four legged friends.
The world's biggest moose sculpture was recently unveiled in Norway, much to the chagrin of Canada, which previously held the record.
We seem to be in a golden age of surrealism, with the advent of great photo editing tools and image sharing platforms like Instagram.
Malaysian photographer Grey Chow travels to some truly scenic locations, and gives us an amazing view of the star filled skies above those places.
The AA Robins Architect’s Gulf Islands house is pretty darn badass. It could be summed up with eloquent adjectives, but let's keep it short and sweet.
We love treehouses, and cabins in the woods. These modern cabins on stilts are the best of both worlds, bringing contemporary design and accommodations directly into the tree canopy, making them feel very much like a part of the forest.