For photographer Alison Pollack, strolling through the forest is more than a relaxing pastime. Thanks to her fascination with fungi and Myxomycetes, it’s become her open-air photography studio as she cranes her neck to find her next miniature subject. Through focus stacking and macro photography, Pollack captures artistic images of her subjects—which often measure just 1 or 2 millimeters tall.
In Norway, a team of divers unexpectedly came across an enormous gelatinous egg sac full of baby squid, proving that...
The beauty of birds is as magical as it is diverse.
There’s something awe-inspiring about ancient trees that have stood still for hundreds of years. Their strength, deeply rooted in the earth has captured the human imagination for years, and, in some cultures, trees are even considered sacred. Inspired by the lungs of our planet, Berlin-based photographer Michael Schlegel captures the mysterious Laurel trees of Madeira, a volcanic region of Portugal, in his series, simply titled Fanal.
Meet B, the world’s first insect influencer that’s taking Instagram by storm.
It’s no secret that the ocean is becoming more and more contaminated with plastic waste.
If you had any doubts about the power of nature, just tune into storm chaser Dustin Farrell‘s new video. In this three-and-a-half-minute highlight reel, Farrell takes us along on two years of storm chasing adventures. Shot with his Phantom Flex 4, the 4K video is a stunning look at lightning strikes and storm clouds as they dramatically take over the environment.
Global conservation organization The Nature Conservancy is on a mission to save the land and water we rely on.
Impressionist painter Claude Monet left behind an impressive body of work.
Photographer and filmographer Mike Olbinski shoots weddings year-round, but he also embraces the outdoors to capture swirling stormy skies in springtime. The avid storm chaser recently released Vorticity 2—a stunning time-lapse video comprising 122,000 frames captured over 54 days over almost 40,000 miles across America during the spring months of 2018 and 2019.
Forests cover about 30% of our planet’s land mass, but ever since humans started cutting down trees, the “lungs of...
When you’re walking through the forest and see a tree stump, you might think you’re looking at a dead organism.