12 Best Entries So Far In The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020

Entries are still pouring in from all over the world for this year’s Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, and here are some of the best images we have received so far! Go on—spread the word and have a laugh on us! The competition, now in its 6th year, runs until June 30th at Midnight BST. We have extended the competition by one month, so now there is no excuse not to enter! Plus, it is still ab

Coca-Cola And Carlsberg Introduce Plant-Based Bottles That Degrade In A Year

Disposal of plastic bottles is a huge contributor to the global climate crisis. In a world that is currently making 300 million tons of plastic from fossil fuels annually, we are desperate to have alternatives, and the Dutch company Avantium might have a solution for us. With the backing of major companies such as Coca-Cola, Carlsberg, and Danone, it is developing a plant-based plastic that could

Deer Enjoy Cherry Blossoms In An Empty Park In Nara, Japan

If you’re looking for something wholesome and positive in this time of uncertainty, then this spectacle might be just the thing for you. While we can’t travel physically, we might as well travel through the beautiful pictures and videos other people share. A Japanese photographer shared stunning footage from Nara Park back in April and it’s now making rounds around the internet. People ar

This 144-Year-Old Wisteria In Japan Looks Like A Pink Sky

These stunning photographs, which look like a glorious late evening sky with dashes of pink and purple, are actually pictures of Japan’s largest wisteria (or wistaria, depending on whom you ask) plant. This plant, located in Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan, is certainly not the largest in the world, but it still comes in at an impressive 1,990 square meters (or half an acre) and dates back to a

Cafe In Germany Gives Customers Hats With Pool Noodles To Keep Them Apart

European countries are starting to slowly come alive again. One of them is Germany, where previous restrictions enforced by the state-wide lockdown measures are being relaxed. This is unsurprising as Germany’s been regarded as one of the countries that has dealt with the pandemic extremely well. As of 14 May 2020, 174,948 cases had been reported with 7,928 deaths and approximately 150,300 recove

NASA Publishes Extraordinary Satellite View of California Wildflowers in Bloom

Each spring, California’s Antelope Valley explodes with color as vast quantities of flowers bloom. While there are several types of wildflowers in the mix, it’s the state flower—the California poppy—that is the star of the show. Typically visitors flock to the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve to take in the breathtaking scene, but this year is proving a bit different. With the

‘World’s Clearest Picture Of The Moon’s Craters’ Is Captured By A Californian Astrophotographer

A photographer has taken the world’s clearest pictures of the moon’s craters by combining multiple shots of the lunar line where light meets dark. Californian-based astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy stacked thousands of pictures together over lunar phases to show the moon’s surface in all its glory. The lunar enthusiast took two weeks’ worth of frames of the waxing moon – as the am

15 People Took Stunning Photos Of The Last Supermoon Of 2020

Last night was a long-awaited event for all stargazers⁠—the last supermoon of the year 2020 was traveling through the sky. Only an especially bright and big full moon that is at its closest to Earth can be called a supermoon. However, the supermoon occurring in May has even more significance. We won’t go into astrological details, but it turns out, the supermoon of the month of May is called

The Winning Photos From The GDT Nature Photographer Of The Year 2020 Have Been Announced And They’re Beautiful

The German Society for Nature Photography have just announced the winners of the Nature Photographer of the Year 2020 contest, and the shots are absolutely beautiful. "Due to the coronavirus pandemic, voting was not carried out during the annual general meeting but was completed online for the first time ever in GDT's history with great participation by its members," the organization told Bored

Dutch Artists Paint Giant Bookcase On An Apartment Building Featuring Residents’ Favorite Books

While many street artists choose abandoned buildings and old train tracks as the canvases for their explosive masterpieces, Dutch street artist Jan Is De Man chooses to go another route – by realizing lively 3D paintings for local communities who want to connect. He aims to create projects ‘where everyone can identify themselves’ by asking for the involvement of the residents’ who commissi