It’s Wet in Bali, Indonesia.

Photograph and caption by Nicolas Suryono I was taking pictures of some Orangutans in Bali and then it started to rain. Just before I put my camera away, I saw this Orangutan took a taro leaf and put it on top on his head to protect himself from the rain! I immediately used my DSLR […]

Treehouse Apartment, Torino.

Shrouded in 150 trees that absorb 200,000 liters of carbon dioxide per hour, this massive five-story, block-spanning residential building occupies its own protected inner-city ecosystem. Located in Torino, Italy, 25 Verde was designed by Luciano Pia (images by Beppe Giardino) to serve both the residents of the complex as well as the surrounding urban environment. […]

Birds, Birds and more Birds.

Greater bird of paradise males display their plumage in treetops of Badigaki forest, Wokam Island in the Aru Islands of Indonesia. Photograph: Tim Laman The world’s leading wildlife photographers held workshops, talks and training events at the Royal Geographical Society. Photojournalist and conservationist Tim Laman, BBC Springwatch presenter Chris Packham and writer and zoologist Mark […]

Liquid Sculptures by Pierre Carreau.

Photographer Pierre Carreau was born in 1972 near Paris surrounded by a family of artists including a photographer, painter and sculptor, all of which would influence his creative upbringing as well as his artistic output. As a child he was always fascinated by the manifestation of waves and the diversity of color, shape, and size […]

One and a bit White Ice Bears.

A cub escapes deep snow by hitching a ride on its mother’s backside in Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada. Photo taken by Daisy Gilardini, from Switzerland. The photo is one of 25 shortlisted for the People’s Choice Award in the latest Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition. Source: Wildlife Photographer of the Year – People’s […]

‘My Place Under the Boat’ Slovenia.

Up and coming runner-up My place under the boat by Matej Bergoc (Slovenia) in Island Solta, Croatia This shot was taken in a remote bay of Solta island, during this year sailing in Croatia. I was aiming to capture just the silhouette surrounded by the beautiful radiant blue background. It took a few attempts before […]

Ghoulish Vintage Noir Paintings.

One can see clearly the influence of early cinematic techniques in the paintings of New York visual artist Travis Louie, particularly that of German Expressionism and Film Noir. It is in the imagery that he chooses to engage with and in the colours which he uses to bring it all to life: think Victorian freak […]

Historic Olivewood Estate, 1889.

IN THE semi-arid Riverland area along the Murray River, there‚Äôs a grand old Canadian log cabin that is an oddity of the landscape. And behind the log cabin there is an American-inspired barn from 1890, full of antique citrus processing machines. If only the walls of these buildings could talk, they would tell a tale […]

Mist Blankets Blaunau Ffestiniog Gwynedd.

The mist rolling in to blanket Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, Wales. Captured in the dying light of day from nearby Llyn Cae Cerrig Image Credit: Photograph by Helen McAteer. Source: Your Pictures: 24 – 31 May – BBC News

Photos of Australia’s Coastline.

Photo: South Australan photographer Che Chorley embarked on a 5,000km journey of the country’s coastline. (Supplied: Che Chorley) While many of us prepare to embark on our annual summer holiday coastal pilgrimage, a South Australian photographer has just completed a 5,000-kilometre winter odyssey with little more than his bicycle and a camera to share a […]