Approaching nearly a million followers on his Instagram page, we quickly see why Germany-based photographer Daniel Ernst has such an audience.
This art installation by Klaus Littman is a dramatic, stadium-filling piece, filling a full-size football stadium with over 300 large trees.
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.
Showing both an elegant skill and a masterful patience, this collection of leaves have been cut and crocheted, filling negative space, and decorating their edges with fanciful designs and patterns.
We are in love with this collected stone alphabet from Belgian type designer Clotilde Olyff.
Photographer Steve Axford shows us some amazing fungi, varying wildly in appearance.
A beautifully white and serene series by Tom Hegen, showcasing earth in winter snow cover, from shoreline to mountain range to open field.
Native to tropical Asia, the Orange Oakleaf Butterfly, or Kallima inachus is a beautiful species that has a remarkable camouflage.
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.
Artist Jing Zhang has a really nice series of posters exploring Nature and Us, using human body shapes to illustrate some of the ways our environments are changing, and the ways humans are effecting them.
Rouven Maccario has created a series of beautiful images taking landscapes and creating mirror-image reflections.
A lovely little time-lapse video showing a kidney bean growing, set to Blue Danube by Strauss.
A delicate series of found object mandalas by Australian artist Shona Wilson.