Nature

These 14 Flowers Don’t Look Like Flowers. They Look Like Something Else Entirely

Mother nature can work in mysterious ways sometimes. It’s no secret that there are tens of thousands of different plant species out there, but some of those are strikingly similar to something else entirely. This white egret orchid (Habenaria Radiata) is about to fly high in the sky. Here’s another orchid that strikingly resembles a ballet dancer. This little flower known as Cal

14+ Beautiful Ice And Snow Formations That Look Like Art. Amazing

Ice can be damaging or deadly, but it can also inadvertently create some of the most beautiful and fascinating winter sights. The formation of ice is subject to a million different variables, and the tiniest change in humidity, temperature or wind speed can create wildly different results. Ice is beautiful, but it can also be deadly! Black ice, which is when clear ice forms on a black road-top,

No One Knew How The Hole Could Swallow An Entire Lake. Now The Weather Phenomenon Astounds An Entire World.

At Lost Lake in Willamette’s national park in Oregon, a strange nature phenomenon is acting out every year for as long as people can remember. At this certain time of the year, the lake is swallowed by a big hole. Where the water goes? No one really knows, The Bulletin writes. Here’s the hole that fascinates an entire world. A video of the phenomenon. The explanation is lava stre

Photographer Captures The Changing Beauty Of Kotisaari Island In Finland Through All 4 Seasons

Jani Ylinampa is a nature photographer based in Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland. He‘s a real master of capturing the dancing Northern Lights, breathtaking sunsets, beautiful forests, lakes and other wonders of nature, and he‘s been doing it for almost 15 years. One of those magical objects that caught Ylinampa‘s eye was a lovely Kotisaari island in Rovaniemi, that used to be a traditional stro

The Winners Of The 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Have Been Announced

This year The Sony World Photography Awards celebrates its 11th anniversary. It is one of the most respected and influential photography competition. Every year the Awards gather the best photography from around the world and this year is no exception. We are presented with the most breath-taking photographs by both professional and amateur artists. The competition received a record total of 31

Cherry Blossoms Have Just Bloomed In China, And It’s Probably One Of The Most Amazing Sights On The Planet

People worldwide usually associate Cherry blossoms with spring in Japan, but China's blooms are so magical, they might just become their national symbol as well. The country has just been flooded by an ocean of colorful blossoms, which should stay vibrant through April. Residents and tourists from all over the world are flocking to the many different sites to admire these gorgeous floral childr

This Ancient Tree Has Seen the Bronze Age and Is Still Growing

At a majestic 247 feet tall, the “President,” a giant sequoia in Nevada’s Sequoia National Park, is one of the largest trees in the world. With four large limbs — which are themselves as big as trees — and more leaves than there are people in India, the President’s huge biomass makes it the most massive tree in the world. Watch a National Geographic team go to extreme measures to captu

First Vertical Forest In Asia To Have Over 3,000 Plants And Turns CO2 Into 132 Pounds Of Oxygen Per Day

It’s a good job that these vertical forests in Nanjing, China are going to produce 132 pounds (60kg) of oxygen every day, because they’ll literally take your breath away when you see them. They’re called the Nanjing Towers, and once they’re complete in 2018 they’ll be Asia’s first ever vertical forests. Designed by Italian architect Stefano Boeri, each tower will stand 656ft and 354

Man points camera at ice – then captures the unimaginable on film

Photographer James Balog and his team were examining a glacier when their cameras caught something out of the ordinary. The incident took place in Greenland, where James and his mates were gathering images from cameras that had been deployed around the Arctic Circle over the years. James and his crew were looking for some good shots for an upcoming documentary, but no one was prepared for wh

A Thermometer Just Broke At -62°C (-80°F) In The World’s Coldest Village, And The Photos Are Breathtaking

Welcome to Oymyakon, a village where students are expected to attend class till temperatures reach minus -52°C (-62°F). The remote Siberian village is considered to be the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world, and it has just plummeted into a -62°C (-80°F) winter, making our daily complaints about the weather sound rather silly. We already introduced you this place when a p