This visually delightful series by photographer Gregg Segal is the result of three years of travel through the USA, India, Malaysia, Germany, France, Italy, Senegal, the United Arab Emirates, and Brazil.
We've gathered some of the stunning category winners of the 2021 Sony World Photography Awards
The Brooklyn Bridge was turned into a canvas to remember some of NYC's 30,000 Covid-19 victims.
The New York Times has an impressive set of simulations that explores the way the virus can move in a classroom.
Check out this huge old Victorian home being moved down the narrow streets of San Francisco
This Thursday, February 18, NASA will attempt to land a large rover on the surface of Mars, after a seven month journey to the Red Planet.
In this simple yet poignant project, we see a range of floor/ground markings that speak to our pandemic reality.
The range of strange, inaccurate, and downright hilarious interpretations of lions in the Middle Ages is worth a chuckle.
Gabor Nagy's adventures have taken him to some gorgeous places around the globe, and his photographic eye make his journeys spectacular to witness, if only through images.
Indeed, the Northern White Rhino is effectively extinct in the world, save for a mother and daughter named Najin and Fatu, who are under 24/7 security in Kenya.
These historical photos of men in love range from the mid-19th century to World War II in date, and prove that love is love is love.
Made from steam-bent Scandinavian Ash, bronze-plated skis, candy cane lacquer and even a solar panel to provide a heated seat, this sleigh will take Santa to his millions of Christmas …
Shocking and heartbreaking photos show the devastation of BC's few remaining old growth forests, being logged now by greedy, unscrupulous timber companies.
The Weather Photographer of the Year contest is now in its 5th year, and has some amazing entrants that show us 2020 wasn't just about a raging global pandemic.
Strange and Impressive Fire Sprinklers of Japan's Gifu Prefecture
The Earthshot Prize is meant to inspire a new generation of problem solvers for our natural environment.
A handy fall foliage tracker keeps you in the know for autumn colors 🍁
A collection of Andy Goldsworthy fall leaf arrangements, plus some additional inspiring nature art.
Some amazing entrants into this year's Small World photomicrography competition, which focuses on miniature items that pack a huge visual punch.
We find Stephen Wilkes' approach to photography fascinating, as demonstrated in his signature 'Day to Night' series.
WindowSwap is a simple yet beautiful project that lets you peek into people's window view from around the world.
Phosphine Gas Discovered in the Clouds of Venus, Hinting to the Possibility of Microbial Life