A lot of people consider mushrooms the “ugly duckling” of the plant kingdom, but it is a surprising world, full of colors, aromas, and flavors, waiting to be better known and explored.
Is wonderful and fascinating nature. These amazing pictures show the animal world as you’ve never seen. Each image reminds us that we share this planet with a multitude of fascinating creatures.
If you are a horror movie buff, you’ve certainly noticed the liberal use of trees to set the mood. Halloween is hardly complete without the image of a moon-lit and fog-laden tree. However, some trees have been molded by Mother Nature into specters of their own. Scary, frightening, or downright weird, the trees we’ve amassed in this collection will leave you wondering if Mother Nature herself digested some magic mushrooms.
From the U.S. National Park Service and Yosemite Conservancy comes this great short film about the skies above Yosemite NP. The distance to major cities and thus relative absence of light pollution makes for phantastic night skies. Astronomers and (time lapse) photographer and others take advantage of these conditions:
For best enjoyment make sure to crank up the resolution in YouTube and switch to full-screen playback.
The film is part of a series (Yosemite Nature Notes) and I have a feeling that subscribing to their YouTube channel oughta be worthwhile: http://www.youtube.com/user/yosemitenationalpark.
A video clip made by Cristobal Villa and inspired by the numbers, geometry and nature. The Fibonacci numbers, the golden ratio, Fi and its relationship to natural events is truly amazing. This video gives a small example of this.
Two excellent videos that shows our planet.
Enjoy the pictures and music.
Plus, try to do something to keep it a comfortable home. For you, for me and all the animals that inhabit the planet, of which we are responsible, morally responsible.
On the beach you can find interesting objects to photograph.
The following photos are a talented photographer, David Nightingale from Chromasia Limited who just happens to live on the beach!
David has some fantastic landscape photographs in his collection, but these pictures have one thing in common. The themes are all items that have been washed up on the beach.