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I Captured The Raw Beauty Of Greenland – A Place That Might Not Exist Anymore In The Near Future (24 Pics)

Greenland is hot! Quite literally. Summer this year has been one of the hottest summers in Greenland. The icecap is melting faster than ever before. The current melt was only predicted to happen in 2070. And with 50 years ‘ahead of schedule’ it will only get worse. But Greenland is also ‘hot’ in another way. This summer alone, 40 cruise ships visited the relatively small town Ilulissat on

This Photographer Took 12 Stunning Photos Of The Blooming Lavender Field In France

Samir Belhamra is a self-taught photographer and graphic designer who recently visited Valensole, Southern France to take pictures of the beautiful blooming lavender fields and his photos will take your breath away. The lavenders only bloom once a year – typically from late June to early August. Samir told Bored Panda that for him, the lavender fields are not only one of the most beautiful pl

Welcome To The ‘Roof Of Japan’, The Snowiest Road In The World

Sushi, anime, J-pop, Nintendo, samurai, Pokémon, ultra-advanced technology, cherry blossoms… Yeah, Japan surely has engraved a multi-layered international image for itself. But there’s something that most people don’t think about when they hear the word ‘Japan.’ Snow. And not just regular snow… But insane, humongous amounts of snow that actually make one Japanese city the world capita

I Hide Giants That I Make From Wood In The Wilderness Of The Belgian Forest

My name is Thomas Dambo. I build giant wooden trolls around the world and hide them in wilderness and forests. By doing this, I hope to lure people away from concrete cities and computer screens, into the wild and reconnect them with the natural world. I build all my enormous sculptures of recycled materials to show the potential in this precious material, which is often discarded and becomes a th

We Asked Photographers From All Around The World To Showcase The Beauty Of Nature, And Here Are The Best 30 Entries

Breathtaking shots from international photographers display the incredible beauty of Mother Earth: from tiny insects to majestic landscapes, discover the #Nature2019 finalists below. These photos from all different the corners of the world have been selected among more than 13,513 submissions in the #Nature2019 photo contest by AGORA images, a free-to-use photography app that has been rewarding

391-Year-Old Bonsai Tree Survived Hiroshima Bombings and Keeps Growing

If trees could talk, this bonsai would certainly have a lot of to say. Planted in 1625, it’s lived a lot of history in its nearly 400 years. Currently located at the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington, D.C., it was gifted to the United States by bonsai master Masaru Yamaki in 1976. Little did the Arboretum know that this diminutive plant held a special secret. The Yamaki family had lived

15+ Stunning Nature Tunnels That Are Like Walking Through a Fairy Tale

Nature has an incredible way of making us feel like we’re living in a fairy tale. Whether it’s cloaking the landscape in a blanket of fog or wowing us with a rainbow of colors, one thing is clear: the Earth is a magical place. And what better way to make believe that you’re living in a story book than with picturesque nature tunnels? These unique passageways feature a bevy of flowers and tal

32 Photos Of Nature Winning The Battle Against Civilization (New Pics)

We can think that we're leaving our mark on the Earth as much as we want, but it's only temporary. With time, Mother Nature reclaims its lost territories and there's not much we can do about it. Has compiled a list of photos of abandoned cars, buildings, and even entire towns that are losing their battles against disappearing into their natural surroundings, and you don't have to be an urban explo

The Magical Beauty Of Looking Up At Trees In The Middle Of A Forest Capture By Photographer

Manuelo Bececco is an Italian photographer who has recently captured the silent beauty of trees in his inspiring landscape imagery. Bececco strategically used light and colour of the forests to create his artwork on the canvas of nature. The resulting photographs transform the viewers into a magical and mystical world with the play of light and shadows. Initially a landscape photographer, Becec

Photographer And His Wife Plant 2 Million Trees In 20 Years To Restore A Destroyed Forest And Even The Animals Have Returned

According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, 129 million hectares of forest, an area almost equivalent in size to South Africa, have been lost from the Earth forever since 1990. An area roughly the size of the country of Panama is being lost each and every year. With some 15 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions come from deforestation, and countless species of plants

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