The Fiery Kilauea Volcano.

When humans breathe, they release carbon dioxide gas that has built up inside them. The Kilauea volcano on the Island of Hawaii is no different. It is the world’s most active volcano. At its base, giant curtains of fire spew forth from fissure vents, creating a shifting wall of magma. Interestingly, the curtain of fire […]

Army Ant Bridge, Panama.

Unlike most ants, army ants do not build permanent mound-like nests for their colonies. Rather, the worker ants build a living nest with their bodies to protect the queen, young ants, and food. In this picture, taken on Barro Colordo Island, Panama, workers of the army ant species Eciton hamatum form a bridge with their […]

Swing at the End of the World.

Contributor: penelopeelizabeth Deep in the Ecuadorian wilderness is a seismic monitoring station known as Casa del Arbol or “The Treehouse” because it is simply a small house built in a tree used for observing Mt. Tungurahua, the active volcano in the near distance. While the simple wooden room is a sight to behold, the real […]

‘Trees of Light’ by Vitor Schietti.

Brazilian photographer Vitor Schietti, creates light painting artworks in nature and cities by using trees, rocks, pontoons and even water. He immortalizes light movements through long exposure and ornaments his work with light rain. Source: Light Painting Photography in Nature and Cities – Fubiz Media

Birds in the Street by L7M.

Published by sergeyursu in Street Art Brazil-based street artist Luis Seven Martins aka L7M, paints in the middle of the concrete jungle bright images of tropical birds that make these gloomy environments look more animated and positive. See more on via Birds in Street Art by L7M » Design You Trust. Design and […]

Eyes of the Elderly.

All Photos by Oded Wagenstein Sometimes all it takes to get something started is a knock on a door—and necessity. Oded Wagenstein was walking in the rain down a side street in the Cuban town of Cienfuegos when he was seized with the urge to use the restroom. Seeing no other options, he knocked on […]

Dystopian Lighthouses by Adrian Hernandez.

Lighthouse designs portray a feeling of sadness and depression, as they are rarely used, only a few people stay there, who are the workers and they can only listen to the sound of the sea and dwell into a more gloomy state. Adrian Labaut Hernandez, with his Dystopian Lighthouses, poses a question towards this perception. […]

Say hello to the Goliath birdeater spider.

Photo: Brian Gratwicke/Flicker CC Despite its name, this enormous spider is a gentle giant of sorts. The Goliath birdeater spider (Theraphosa blondi) can have a leg span of 11 inches. Only the giant huntsman spider has a longer leg span. But T. blondi beats out every other spider for mass, weighing up to 6 ounces. […]

Fireworks over Atlético Mineiro.

There was a firework display above the Estádio Independência in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to entertain fans before the Copa Libertadores match between Atlético Mineiro and Internacional. Leonardo Silva equalised in the last minute of the game to grab a 2-2 draw for the home side. The firework display before the match between Atlético Mineiro and […]

Chilean Police Puppies, Santiago.

Chilean police officers march with their puppies (soon to be future police dogs), during a parade celebrating Chile’s 208th independence anniversary in Santiago in September, 2018. Image Credit: Photograph by Claudio Reyes / AFP / Getty Source: National Puppy Day Photos – The Atlantic