The sights from 32,000 feet in the air are amazing. From that distance, you’re above the clouds and can watch the weather from an extreme bird’s-eye view. While it’s now common to snap a photo of the clouds from your seat, pilot and photographer Christiaan van Heijst does one better with his view from the cockpit. His cloud and weather photography features expansive glimpses of thunderstorms, sunrises, and the Northern lights.
British street artist Peter Preffington aka Pref plays with perception through his multi-layered, 3D graffiti.
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Photographer Xavier Portela brings us to New York City for the latest addition of his ongoing Glow series, which sees him zooming around the world to photograph neon-tinged cities. Portela had previously teased us with the promise of a set of aerial Glow photos from the Big Apple, and now he's delivered with #NEWYORKGLOW II. Shot from a helicopter, Portela offers a sweeping view of the Manhattan cityscape with his pink- and blue-hued photographs.
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On her popular Instagram page, Canadian blogger Kate Weiland shares adorable snapshots of her fun-loving family.
Between plans to ban all single-use plastics and the ability to run the country using 99% renewable energy, Costa Rica is already leading the global charge when it comes to sustainability. And now, they're taking things a step further with a bold declaration by new president Carlos Alvarado. During his inauguration, the 38-year-old former journalist declared that the Central American country would be banning fossil fuels.
If you’re interested in interior design, chances are you’re a fan of an eye-catching feature wall.
Cuban sculptor and professor Rafael San Juan celebrates the spirit of Cuban women in Primavera.
Wedding season is upon us, and Junebug Weddings is getting everyone in the spirit—no matter if they’re bride, groom, or guest. Known for its wedding planning resources, the site is also offering engagement photo inspiration with their sixth annual Best Engagement Photos of the Year 2018. The curated collection highlights 50 beautiful (and often unconventional) scenes of couples who are madly in love with one another.
Known as “The Man with the Golden Arm,” Australia-based James Harrison is responsible for saving the lives of over 2.
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