The pink flamingos still look pink in Paulo Pettigiani's Infraland series: Bolivia. But a lot of the landscape does, too.
Approaching nearly a million followers on his Instagram page, we quickly see why Germany-based photographer Daniel Ernst has such an audience.
An elegant circular bike path was built this summer an hour outside of Brussels, and lets cyclists ride up a gently sloping ramp to a height of 30+ feet, giving them a view of the tree canopy.
Yosemite National Park is undoubtedly one of the prettiest places on the planet, with raw, pure nature that offers views like none other.
The Wukalina Walk Camp is a four-day walking tour that pays homage to aboriginal landscapes in Tasmania, and has elegant architectural buildouts.
Japanese Instagram artist and photographer Halno Kujiraoka has a fun and inspiring series of his travels, all taken aboard a broomstick, floating in midair.
If you're craving a Mexican adventure that's removed from the developed cities, but close to a pristine beach, Casa Volta might be just the place.
One of the largest private yachts on the planet, Octopus is 414 feet long, has eight decks, room for 30 guests and over 60 staff.
Design studio PriestmanGoode has a clever and good-looking collection of in-cabin service trays, containers and cups that eliminate wasteful plastic.
Dutch photographer Albert Dros shows us the tiny town of the Zaanse Schans, which is just twenty minutes outside Amsterdam. Captured during a quiet sunny morning, Dros shows us the ideal little town bathed in fog and early morning light.
The ambitious minds of at MAD have shown us a possible future for the vaunted Hyperloop, which in theory will whisk people through vacuum tubes at speeds of up to 700mph.
Nature photographer Chien C. Lee has an incredible collection of imagery from the rainforests of Borneo.
Nature is astounding, and it continually impresses us with sheer tenacity, survival, and beauty. The long-running Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition exemplifies this, with some stunning selections.
Photographer Albert Dros has a stunning collection of photography of Greenland, showcasing the melting and rapidly disappearing glaciers.