Nature is awesome. We share some of the most beautiful nature content on the web.
We continue our Rainbow Week with the color green.
German photographer Tobias Friedrich is specialized in underwater work, and his series showcasing the size and beauty of icebergs from underneath is truly something to behold.
Painter Jess Franks is known for her beautifully colorful landscapes, using a palette that creeps into the realm of neon, from bright pink evergreens to glowing purple boulders.
Kilian Schönberger has a beautiful gallery from the Hallerbos Forest in Belgium.
Amidst the coronavirus quarantine in Italy, wild animals are being seen in new places, including dolphins in the canals of Venice
Kevin Krautgartner's Iceland From Above is a study in textures and landscape diversity.
In this strange new time of shelter-in-place and 'hunkering down', this delightful little writer's studio caught our eye. If we were working on the next great novel, we might want to be self-quarantined in this 650-square foot modern space.
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.
These absurdist yet charming photographs of seniors showcase the work of Norwegian-Finnish artist duo Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen, who are referencing characters from Nordic folklore.
If there's one bright spot during this strange, turbulent time of global coronavirus pandemic, it's this: Carbon emissions worldwide have fallen dramatically in the last few weeks, leading to cleaner, clearer skies, and healthier air for all.
Sweet Sneak Studio has a photo series where plastic inhabits our everyday items, from a pint of beer to a sushi roll.
A true child of the forest, Saara Alhopuro makes some of the most magical and inspiring forest art we've encountered. Specializing in natural sculptures and mandalas made mostly from wild mushrooms, we see the full extent of the vibrant forest on display.
Artist Amber Share creates national park posters based off real, one-star Yelp reviews. God help us.
Madagascar's Stone Forest is an otherworldly and beautiful place, filled with razor sharp rock formations.