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Mesmerizing Tuscan and Moravian hills

Polish photographer Marcin Sobas  specializes in landscape photography. Soba’s favorite themes are rolling green hills and foggy mornings in the mountains.

Miniature calendar dioramas by Tatsuya Tanaka

Broccoli and parsley might sometimes look like a forest, or the tree leaves floating on the surface of the water might sometimes look like little boats.

Unusual Insects and Arachnids by Nicky Bay

Cicadae Parasite Beetle (Rhipiceridae) Singapore-based photographer Nicky Bay shoots amazing macro photos of  insects and arachnids.

Tufa Towers

With the snow-draped Sierra Nevada as a backdrop, unique erosion formations called sand tufa stand like giant cauliflower stalks in a dry Arizona lake bed.

The Smog Free Tower : world’s largest air-purifier

Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde worked with scientist Bob Ursem and European Nano Solutions to create the Smog Free Tower.

Nick Brandt’s photography of the disappearing natural world of Africa

Nick Brandt is an English photographer who photographs exclusively in Africa, one of his goals being to record a last testament to the wild animals before they disappear.

Impressive Clifftop Towns

10 Amazing clifftop towns and villages with rich history, unique architecture and breathtaking views.

National Building Museum turned into a massive ball pool

  The Beach is an interactive architectural installation designed by Snarkitecture for the National Building Museum in Washington DC.

Street Art by Pejac

A collection of street art by spanish artist  Pejac. He creates murals mostly in black and white with a socio-critical background.

Darkened Cities – Cities Lit Only by the Stars

Darkened Cities by French photographer, Thierry Cohen  is a highly detailed study, involving a mix of astronomy, travel and the skill of a digital master.

Kutkhiny Baty – The stone valley in the middle of green mountains

Photo credit Kutkhiny Baty is a pumice rock formation outcrop located 4 kilometres from the source of the River Ozernaya (Lake Kurile), near the southern tip of the Kamchatka peninsula, Russia.

Sculpted Murals Made from Trash

Street artist Bordalo II uses old tires, damaged bumpers, and other scraps of painted found trash to form impressive 3D murals of animals on the streets of Lisbon, Portugal.

Bali Seascapes

Bali is famous for its varied landscape of rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture.

Surreal Animal Paintings by Samuli Heimonen

Finnish visual artist Samuli Heimonen through his surrealist paintings uses animals as a metaphor for human emotion.

The colorful sea slugs

Image credits: Jim Lynn The sea slug is also commonly referred to as a sea cucumber, mainly because of the of the sea slug’s shape and the fact that it is normally found on coral or rocks usually being very still, making it look like a type of aquatic vegetable.

Panoramic Landscape Photography by Brian Kosoff

Brian Kosoff produces monochrome landscape images that speak in a whisper. Kosoff is a poet with a camera, rendering stanzas in grayscale using the rhythm of minimalistic images of pier pilings where you have to work to see the bird.

Mount Etna Volcano in its snowy glory

Italian landscape photographer Lukas Furlan captured these fantastic photographs during his 9 day trip to the Mount Etna, an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, Italy.  Tagged: Landscape photography, photography, places

Life size Animal Sculptures made out of Galvanized Wire

Kendra Haste is a contemporary animal sculptor working with the medium of galvanised wire. Artist’s statement What interests me most about studying animals is identifying the spirit and character of the individual creatures.


The UNFRAMED Ellis Island is an  installation, by  French artist JR, which brings Ellis Island’s abandoned hospital, its patients and staff members to life. From 1892 to 1954, over 12 million immigrants entered USA through the portal of Ellis Island in New York Harbor.

Miniature wonderlands captured in molten glass

Devon-based Jenny Ayrton captures miniature wonderlands in molten glass. Her delightfully domestic sculptures are inspired by familiar everyday scenes.