At just 13 years old, Josiah Launstein is already carrying on the family tradition of wildlife photography started by his father John. Recently named Young Outdoor Photographer of the Year for the second time, he is the first photographer to win the award twice. The first time he won, in 2015, he was the youngest-ever winner of the prize.
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Self-proclaimed “photon-packing mixed photographer” Craig Burrows continues to captivate with his unique series of floral illuminations.
Yorkshire-based artist James Brunt employs sticks, stones, and other ephemeral materials to create elaborate ephemeral art. Featuring intricate mandalas, infinite spirals, and one-of-a-kind sculptures, his series of outdoor installations continues contemporary art‘s tradition of creatively using nature as a canvas. Brunt produces his land art in a wide range of locations, including sandy beaches, wooded parks, and even lucky local schools.
His is the story of a road less traveled, of an artist who only found his voice and discovered his...
For many in the Northern Hemisphere, enduring January’s bone-chilling weather is pretty miserable.
If you seek surreal, out-of-this-world sites, you'll love this turquoise travel destination. Pamukkale (“cotton castle” in Turkish) is a tiny town and UNESCO World Heritage Site in southwestern Turkey that boasts 17 of the most spectacular water terraces in the world. For thousands of years, people have journeyed to bathe in these hot springs, which range in temperature from 35 degrees Celsuis (95 degrees Fahrenheit) to 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit).
As Christmas nears, picking the perfect presents may have you feeling stumped.
Depending on your tastes, this bizarre little blue creature may inspire aww-worthy shrieks of excitement, a bit of discomforted shock,...
As part of Tokyo’s 2017 Design Touch event, design studio PARTY has created a technicolor greenhouse installation in the middle of Tokyo Midtown’s Grass Square. As part of the month-long festival—which focuses on “enjoying design through all five senses”—the interactive event combines colorful LED lights with seven different kinds of touch-sensitive Digital Vegetables. Visitors are invited to observe and learn about horticulture using touch, sight, and sound.
With almost half of both Oregon and Washington State's landmass covered with forests, careful management of this resourceful landscape has...
Texas based storm chaser Mike Mezeul II was the kind of kid that day dreamed about the clouds.