Countries You Know Nothing About Volume 1: Cape Verde
Great photo series of the Atacama desert in South America by photographer Jesse Echevarria.
Photographer Marina Weishaupt has beautifully captured the morning light off the shores of Mount Vestrahorn in Eastern Iceland. Showcasing wild horses and bright sun dancing off the clouds, her collection makes you feel the crisp morning air. Via Behance: After a short …
A collection of lovely waterways from above, showcasing just how lovely the shapes and forms in nature can be. It's also striking how they often resemble other natural forms, like branches, arteries, and more.
Sequoias are amazing, any way you look at them. From their sheer scale, to their age, to their incredible red beauty, these stoic beauties are impossible to portray accurately in images.
In a strange and high-tech answer to animal reintroduction to the wild, a reserve in the UK is using ultra-high-definition TVs to show footage of their protected habitat to the animals they're releasing.
After almost a decade in stealth-mode, startup Rivian goes public with their all-electric truck and SUV models. Coming 2020.
Artist Charles Pétillon is known for his balloon work, using clusters of white balloons to bring a space alive, and add surrealist interest to otherwise flat scenes. His most recent work Stigmates continues the theme, with unique explorations of space, from empty fields to …
We have no backup planets, no spares. This is the only one. The only one we can call home. This is earth. Please protect it. Original.
There's no doubt that Jimmy Nelson's portraits of indigenous peoples from around the world are beautiful. They're exceptionally composed, and the diversity of faces, setting, and dress are stunning.
Tiny homes aren't for everyone. Their miniature nature bring to mind a cramped, less-than-desirable feel. Well, if Don Draper had a tiny home, this one might be his.
The Big Cloud is packed with dramatic photography all focusing on the power of storm clouds. Supercell storm clouds big and diverse, packed with enormous energy.
For a number of days in early November, the streets of Toulouse, France come alive with giant monsters. Take a look!
In a stunning yet very sobering series, photographer Tom Hegen takes us on an aerial journey of the Arctic Ice Sheet, as it cracks and crumbles, slowly melting into the sea.