What you need to know about the tides.

Photo: Spencer Dybdahl Riffle/MNN Flickr Group When we talk about tides, most of us think it’s when the ocean is higher or lower on the beach. But there’s so much more to know. For starters, high tide is actually the crest of a really long wave. The highest tides in the world are found at […]

Youngsters prefer reading Printed Books.

Sixteen to 24-year-olds are known as the super-connected generation, obsessed with snapping selfies or downloading the latest mobile apps, so it comes as a surprise to learn that 62% prefer printed books to ebooks. Asked about preferences for physical products versus digital content, printed books jump out as the media most desired in material form, […]

‘Monsoon’ by Julie Mayfeng.

Photograph by Julie Mayfeng Rain makes everything so dramatic. Even though it’s uncomfortable to take photographs in bad weather, it gives us a good opportunity to capture the different moments. During the monsoon season, weather is extremely hard to predict. At the time, I was eating lunch at a street café. Suddenly it started to […]

‘Solitary Figures’ by Wiesenfeld.

Paintings of solitary figures, mostly women, with a sense of determination but vulnerable at the same time where we can assume they are on some quest or searching for something unseen. The paintings engages the viewer to fill in the rest of the narrative. See more of Aaron’s work via Faith is Torment | Art […]

‘Beauté Aviaire’ by Howell.

A series of conceptual fine art prints by Lee Howell, exploring the connection between the aesthetic beauty that visually lies in the delicate luxurious opulence of avian plumage and the sexual femininity of the female form. via Beauté Aviaire by Lee Howell » Design You Trust.

‘Waterfall’ by Carlos F. Turienzo.

Waterfall, Winner, Amateur Award, Nature/Landscapes. Image Credit: © Carlos F. Turienzo / The 10th EPSON International Pano Awards Source: Winners of the 2019 Epson International Pano Awards – The Atlantic

‘Flying Machines’ made from Cardboard.

If you want to create detailed and imaginative flying machine sculptures that look like they’re about to take flight, cardboard is hardly the material to use. Unless of course you’re artist Daniel Agdag, who has been toiling away creating a series of new works each more detailed and fascinating than the next. “The Principles of […]

Mystical Morning Mist surrounds village of Shugruf.

Matjaz Krivic, winner, photography travel portfolio. Shugruf, Yemen: Morning mist rises mystically from the valley towards the small village of Shugruf in the Haraz mountains, Yemen. image Credit: Photograph by Matjaz Krivic/TPOTY Source: Travel Photographer of the Year 2018: the winners | Travel | The Guardian

Divers get first look inside Arctic Shipwreck of ‘HMS Terror.’

Marine archaeologists explore the HMS Terror on the seafloor of the Arctic Ocean. To get a look inside the ship, divers deployed a remotely operated vehicle, or ROV. (Parks Canada, Underwater Archaeology Team) By Megan Gannon smithsonian.com Below deck, glass bottles sit upright in storage rooms, and stacks of intact ceramic plates are neatly arranged […]

The Mono Awards for best black and white photos.

Photographer Sharron Leppien’s winning image in the People-category, captured in Madagascar, shows a fleeting moment as a boy plays with a tyre in the shadow of the island’s iconic Baobab trees. Photorapher Gaanesh Prasad’s image, Fly High, was the result of more than two hours patiently waiting at the Wings over Illawarra airshow for the […]