Nature is awesome. We share some of the most beautiful nature content on the web.
Digital artist and photographer Nick Pedersen has a collection of composite images that pull together beautiful natural elements to create huge, epic scenes.
Created by German-based Nui Studio, the Mygdal Plantlight is a premium light that is meant for a growing plant inside. Utilizing state-of-the-art electrically conductive glass, the Plantlight creates a hermetically sealed environment with just the right moisture and light for healthy plant …
These remarkable images by Sean Scott were taken in Western Australia, and show a pair of bronze whaler sharks swimming close to shore through emerald waters.
These clever little treehouses are sharply pitched, and tucked nicely into the fir and larch trees of Italy's Dolomite mountains.
The Dino Pet is a fascinating sculptural toy from BioPop, who aims to share the magic of bioluminescence with the world.
Ultraviolet light gives plants an amazing alien-like quality, and photographer Craig Burrows takes full advantage of it with his beautiful shots.
If you're traveling through Western Australia, a must see is the stunning, and sometimes otherworldly-looking Hutt Lagoon.
The giant Redwoods and Sequoias of Northern California truly are some of the most magical spots on the planet. Time slows down, size perspectives change, and you feel transported to a different, calmer, more magical planet for a brief period.
Take flight with a beautiful series of the Alps by photographer Marina Weishaupt.
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.