Get ready to sit back and enjoy the mesmerizing sight of wood grain as it glides across your screen. Though that might sound totally banal, it's anything but. Called WoodSwimmer, the brief stop motion animation follows a piece of raw wood as it travels through a milling machine. In a series of graceful movements, the irregular rings, knots, and shifting colors fill the frame with life-like abstract forms.
Featured in Nature
Featured in Nature
With their many different patterns, colors, shapes, and sizes, it's not unusual to gaze upon a peculiar plant and realize that it reminds you of something...
In Giants, a striking series of portraits, Australian photographer Jem Cresswell explores the awe-inspiring behaviors and undeniable anthropomorphism of the humpback...
From the beginning of human civilization, we’ve been fascinated by what lies beyond our sky. Nighttime is when it's in its most spectacular state; the dazzling stars glitter from the dark abyss and only compound our wonder of the galaxy. Now, with advancements in technology, we’re able to answer the questions that have plagued us for centuries. Through astrophotography, photographers can record celestial objects and large patches of the night sky. What is Astrophotography?
Compared to other types of landscape photography, the sky-high art of capturing mountains may seem a bit intimidating.
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The Grand Canyon is one of the most beautiful places in the United States. On a cloudless day, the deep valleys and red rocks are a stunning sight, but the SKYGLOW project recently captured the national park in a way that few have seen it before. Their awe-inspiring time-lapse video shows, over the course of two and a half minutes, an extremely rare weather phenomenon called full cloud inversion.
Back in February, we were mesmerized by the early arrival of Japan's famed cherry blossoms.
Self-described as “an artist who could never pick a favorite color,” Julie Seabrook Ream is known for her kaleidoscopic arrangements of everyday...
Istanbul-based painter, decorator, and interior designer Adem Potaş delicately paints stunning scenes of nature. Skilled in depicting light and capturing color, the expert artist creates watercolor landscapes that appear to ethereally glow. Featuring intricate brushstrokes, beautifully blended color, and perfectly cropped compositions, Potaş' series of watercolors showcases the artist's knack for landscape painting. Though his preferred subject matter is always rooted in nature and rendered in his characteristically captivating style, his paintings present a unique look at different scenic settings.
Recently, succulents have gone from humble houseplants to trendy home accessories.
Nothing captures the spirit of spring quite like the sprawling tulip fields of the Netherlands.