Ginkgo trees are lauded for their unique yellow leaves that have a graceful fan-like shape. Although beautiful on a branch, it's equally as stunning when the leaves start to fall; they blanket the ground with sunshine. South Korean landscape photographer Dongne Jjisca showcases this magical moment in nature with their landscape images.
From cherry blossom festivals (hanami) to “firefly season” (hime-hotaru), Japan is home to many breathtaking natural phenomena.
In a new short film by Wired, director Louie Schwartzberg gives a behind-the-scenes look into the painstaking 15-year filming process...
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?
Photographer Paolo Pettigiani is known for his infrared images, but in his new series of photos, he didn't need any...
Every year, thousands of tourists flock to U.S. National Parks to enjoy the scenic sites and diverse wildlife.
Located in Skamania County, Washington, Mount St. Helens is ranked as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the United States. Its most famous eruption in 1980 is considered to be the most deadly and destructive volcanic event in the history of the U.S. In the aftermath, hundreds of homes were lost, 57 people lost their lives, 47 bridges were destroyed, and hundreds of miles of highway and railways were damaged.
Japanese rock gardens—or Zen gardens—are one of the most recognizable aspects of Japanese culture.
Nestled in a remote area of Japan's Hokkaido island, Lake Toyoni has gone from a hidden gem to a must-see...
Strange, mysterious things can happen in the mountains. Among the more scientifically explainable phenomenon one may encounter at high altitudes is the Brocken spectre. These unnaturally large shadows show up on clouds, shifting fast and decorated with rainbow halos. These shadowy figures are named for the Brocken, a mountain peak in the Harz Mountains of Germany. Due to its height, the peak often extends above low cloud or fog cover.
On June 8, 2021, people around the planet celebrated World Oceans Day.
Arkansas-based storm chaser and photojournalist Brian Emfinger loves getting close to Mother Nature.