The Tower of Jewels is what the echium wildpretii is often referred to. It's a flowering plant endemic to the Canary Island of Tenerife.
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938, the Haddock House took nearly 40 years before it was finally built. Out of the public spotlight for decades, this home has finally gone on the market for the first time, bringing this gem of a …
Charlotte Day's Edible Flowers A to Z takes us on a beautiful exploration.
The New York Times has an important, if frustrating look at 6 of the most common items that are improperly recycled.
Artfully composed and arranged, these gorgeous aerial photographs of salterns -salt fields, are the work of David Burdeny.
This series of ambitious paintings by Michał Sawtyruk may be made digitally, but they bring the style of palette knife painting to life with color and personality.
British photographer Matt Porteous shows us the power and grace of the oceans, in a series that is authentic and beautiful.
Paloma Rincón brings drama to her series Broken Heart, capturing flowers shattering using liquid nitrogen and high speed photography.
Marcus Wendt explores the cacti of the Canary Islands under macro infrared photography, unlocking a range of exotic forms and colors.
The Willow Treehouse is a beautiful little architectural gem nestled in a wooded setting in the Catskill Mountains.
A beautiful look at African Baobab trees in the evening light.
Japanese designer Norihiko Terayama suspends flowers in intricate polygonal forms using pins and threads.
This month's powerful National Geographic cover brings the issue of plastic waste to the forefront. It's time to take it seriously.
Niko Photographisme has a striking series called The Robot Next Door, which explores humanoid robot that live normal human lives.