There's a warm light and pleasant texture to these landscape illustrations by Japanese artist Ryo Takemasa. Titled A Year Long Journey, the illustrations represent a year of travel and adventure, from snowy trains to sunsets over the ocean.
This beautiful 'treehouse' is more a modern cabin, built vertically, and suspended into the Mexican treetops.
For $1.4 million, you can own a beautifully scenic and private island with lodge off the coast of Maine.
Fellow Portlander Mako Miyamoto understands the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, and has captured it fittingly in this series, The Emerald Forest.
The Atomic Tree is a new VR film that focuses on a revered 400-year-old Japanese White Pine bonsai that survived the nuclear blast on Hiroshima.
Photographer Nathaniel Wise has a series showing some of the beauty of Washington's Alpine Lakes Wilderness.
Russian artist Dudnikova Eugeniya has an outdoor series where she fills natural knot scars in trees with miniature works of art.
Digital artist and photographer Nick Pedersen has a collection of composite images that pull together beautiful natural elements to create huge, epic scenes.
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.
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.
The Finland Glass Resort is nestled in and around a thick forest, giving the modern architectural retreat a serene and peaceful surrounding.
The idea of recuperating in a natural setting has long been known as a great way to mentally and physically get well. Now that idea has been created as an official care facility, as part of Oslo University Hospital.
A gnarled and dramatic forest draped in thick moss, trees emerge from the fog, appearing much more like the set of a fantasy movie than a place outside Devon, England.