Photographer Paolo Pettigiani is known for his infrared images, but in his new series of photos, he didn't need any special lenses to inject some pink into the compositions. The bubble gum hue prevalent in this new work is all natural. It's the work of Dunaliella salina, which is also the name of the series. This micro-algae is plentiful in salt fields like the ones that Pettigiani photographed in the Camargue region of France.
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.
Japanese rock gardens—or Zen gardens—are one of the most recognizable aspects of Japanese culture. Intended to stimulate meditation, these beautiful gardens (also known as dry landscapes) strip nature to its bare essentials and primarily use sand and rocks to bring out the meaning of life.
From the beginning of human civilization, we’ve been fascinated by what lies beyond our sky.
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.
Having house plants has become very popular over the years as many people are on a quest to cultivate an indoor jungle. If you’re someone who loves the natural beauty that plants bring but don’t know what to pick, we’re here to help. We’ve compiled a list of popular house plants that will look great and thrive in many types of homes.
Volcanic activity is a force of nature that's both terrifying and beautiful.
Grapes and crystals are two things that don't seem related, but a relatively new find in Indonesia is bringing them...