Infrared Photography of Nature

Infrared Photography of Nature

Discover the poetic colors of Polish landscapes when they’re shot with infrared technique. To obtain such a pure and delicate result, the global setting has to be illuminated by a vibrant natural light, contrasting with the elements. Here, you can discover pure white fields and pastel pink trees overhang by a dark stormy sky. A…

Some Of The Most Spectacular Highways In The World

Some Of The Most Spectacular Highways In The World

The Earth has curves at some strange places – some natural, some man-made. Often, she is not cooperative and puts magnificent places on high peaks and in faraway valleys, much to the pleasure of adventurous explorers who need to find a way to get there. Aren’t we all grateful to the road pioneers who trailed,…

The Red Beach in China

The Red Beach in China

  Red Beach, located in Dawa County, Panjin, China, is famous for its landscape featuring the red plant of Suaeda salsa. It is based in the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world. The landscape is composed of shallow seas and tide-lands. The sea weed growth cycle starts in April when it is coloured light…

The Colorful Sights Under the Bali Waves

The Colorful Sights Under the Bali Waves

Take a deep breath and come dive with us into the crystal clear waters of Bali, where you will immediately be accosted by a range of colors unknown to surface dwellers. These waters hold so much life within them, so much is there to find beneath the deceptively peaceful waves. Let's take a look at…

7 Mysterious Structures From The World’s Smallest Architects

7 Mysterious Structures From The World’s Smallest Architects

Some of the most intricate almost man-made structures, created by the world’s smallest architects of nature. Feel free to admire! Log Cabin – bagworm moth caterpillar collects and saws little sticks to construct elaborate spiral log cabins to live in Some log cabins are cylindrical fortress sticking out almost vertically from the leaf or branch…

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