London creative studio FIELD has transformed the plant life of the Canary Islands into abstract alien lifeforms with their photography series Suprachromacy. Creative director Markus Wendt's full-spectrum, macro photography presents the flora of Lanzarote in a manner that's both artistic and unexpected. The island's native plants, which have adapted themselves to a lack of water (in a manner similar to succulents), take on technicolor skin in these infrared photographs.
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A post shared by Ryan Pernofski (@ryanpernofski) on May 1, 2018 at 2:55pm PDT Based in the south coast of Australia, Ryan Pernofski uses his iPhone to capture the majestic beauty of breaking ocean waves. The talented surf photographer first plunged into the water with his iPhone in 2012, using Optrix underwater housing equipment to avoid it getting wet.
A 700-year-old Banyan tree in India is receiving special treatment to help revive its dying branches.
In 2015, couple Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger decided to wave goodbye to their comfortable life in South Africa, and...
For over 50 years, London's Natural History Museum has celebrated world-class nature photography with its Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. And now, a new book brings together the best underwater photography submitted to the contest over the past 15 years or so. Unforgettable Underwater Photography is a collection gathering the best work of over 50 international underwater photographers.
In Iceland, Strokkur is one of the few geysers that frequently erupts.
Photographer Michael Shainblum recently shot the magnificently intense beauty of volcanoes during his trip to Volcanoes National Park on the...
Every year, villages, towns, and cities across Japan warmly welcome spring with waves of cherry blossoms. As one of its national flowers, the cherry blossom— or sakura—holds a special place in Japanese culture. For centuries, people have flocked to see the flora in full bloom, attending entire festivals dedicated to hanami, or “flower-viewing.” Occurring all over Japan, these festivals attract crowds of flower-loving tourists and locals alike, proving the undying popularity of the Prunus plant.
Released earlier this month by iNaturalist—an online social network for nature enthusiasts—the new app, Seek, is part of an ongoing attempt...
Earlier this month, a hiking trail in Brazil's Recanto Ecológico Rio de la Prata (“Natural River Park”)