Fog shrouding island and mountains on Lake Bled at sunrise in Slovenia. Photographer: Aleš Krivec more Tagged: photography, places
The gingko tree—also known as maidenhair tree— receives its name from the gorgeous golden yellow of the autumn leaf color.
Using pieces of discarded junk, Katie Thompson recreates a unique, recycled range of furniture, each piece infused with its own previous character but with a new function.
Incredible close-up photographs show worker ants carrying Mimosa tree seeds, which weigh several times their own body weight, back to their nest. The ants and seeds are so small that Eko Adiyanto, the Indonesian photographer who captured the ants on camera, needed to use ‘macro photography’ techniques to get up close and personal with the fascinating creatures.
Polish mixed media artist Anna Dabrowska, also known as Finnabair, creates richly-textured collages blending handmade art with fabric, buttons and electronic waste.
image source Thousands of years ago glaciers sculpted the sandstone into amazing cliffs towering over Lake Superior, Apostle Islands.
Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, utilized fireworks and a giant balloon filled with helium to create the effect of a fiery ladder.
Photographer Ray Collins captures captivating seascapes in Australia. Freezing the ephemeral relationship between water and light is what drives and inspires him to clamber out of bed in the dark each morning to celebrate the sun rising over the sea.
For seven years photographer Michael Kenna had been photographing the same crooked oak tree in Kussharo Lake, Japan, finding beauty in its unusual and elegant shape.
Art Director Stephen McMennamy splits two photos he has previously taken, and then carefully arranges them together to create unexpected and humorous situations.
Known as Bolwoningen (globe houses), these structures that resemble giant white golf balls are made out of cement and fibreglass.
A collection of monochrome impressive landscapes shot by British photographer Andy Lee . Tagged: Landscape photography, photography
Underwater Waterfall in Mauritius – Stunning illusion of an underwater waterfall. The reason for the island’s famous waterfall illusion has to do with local sand and silt deposits that flow through the area and fluctuate the color of the water so that it appears like a waterfall.
Amazing conceptual photography with a surreal twist by Adrienne Balaskó. Her photography minimalist and mainly in black and white draws inspiration from open fields , trees and solitary places.
Summer Garden A sunken alcove garden in New Zealand. . The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Dumfries, Scotland The garden was set up by Charles Jencks, together with his wife Maggie Keswick.
Contemporary artist and printmaker Jaco Putker combines many techniques, such as photopolymer, or solar plate and etching to produce these playful, and darkly beautiful mixed media digital collages.
Mozzarella Eyeballs With Bloody Salsa click here for the recipe . Pretzel Broomstick Party Snacks click here for the recipe .
Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania After working as an expert for satellite images, Claudius Diemer has now entirely devoted himself to the aesthetic aspect of earth portraits.
The Hunting Lodge designed by Snohetta is a miniature hunting cabin that is fully integrated into the natural landscape. The lodge is beautifully situated, alone beside a lake in the untouched mountain areas close to Åkrafjorden in the western part of Norway.
Image source Oregon is home to the towering Cascades, a range of mountains and active volcanoes. The Lost Lake likely formed about 3,000 years ago, when lava flowing from a volcanic vent blocked a river channel and created the lake. The lakebed begins to fill in the late fall, when the amount of rain coming in starts exceeding the ability of the lava tubes to drain off the water.