January 14, 2019

Mystical Photos of the Enchanting English Forests of Wistman’s Wood

Deep within the forests of Dartmoor, England is Wistman’s Wood, an ancient woodland that looks like something from a fairytale. Featuring moss-covered boulders and tangled web of twisted trees, it’s no surprise that the eerie location is associated with a number of supernatural folklore tales—many writers have even described the woodland as “the most haunted place on Dartmoor.

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January 9, 2019

Reconnect with Nature by Working Your Way Through This Botanical Book

As we make our way through the coldest weeks of winter, you may be tempted to stay toasty and warm inside. With The Wildflower’s Workbook by nature-loving artist Katie Daisy, however, you’ll want to trek through the great outdoors all year long.  Illustrated by Daisy herself, The Wildflower’s Workbook will awaken your inner adventurer and inspire your artistic side.

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December 5, 2018

6 Environmental Artists Who Celebrate Nature and Promote Positive Social Change

Earlier this year, the European Union voted for a sweeping ban on single-use plastic in an effort to reduce ocean plastic pollution. But it’s not just politicians that are doing their part to protect our planet—artists are working just as hard to raise awareness of environmental issues, evoke change, and document the beauty of the world before it’s too late.

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October 25, 2018

NASA Discovers Incredibly Rectangular Iceberg in Antarctica

Looking like a carefully chiseled ice sculpture, an oddly rectangular iceberg in Antarctica made waves when a photo of it was tweeted out by NASA. The incredible formation, which shows just how precise nature can be, was photographed by Operation IceBridge senior support scientist Jeremy Harbeck during a routine survey of the area. Operation IceBridge began in 2009 and is an ongoing mission to monitor changes in polar ice.

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