From majestic waterfalls, and lost cities, to mysterious landmarks and natural wonders, here is a collection of pictures which is worth to be looked on. Feel free to share your favorites destinations!
Mysterious downpours of red rain were reported in Sri Lanka. During the search for an explanation investigators find evidence of strange living cells.
James Francis Hurley was the most famous Australian photographer and adventurer of the first half of the XX century. His career began in the 1910s during an expedition to Antarctica, where he showed himself “a warrior with a camera ready to go anywhere and to make any hardship, just to get a good shot.”
This is a selection of the most popular Antarctica’s photographs by Frank Hurley.
Nikon has announced the winners of its 2013 Small World contest. This photo contest was launched in 1974, and since then every year the organizers invited photographers and scientists to share their pictures of different objects under a microscope.
Take a midnight stroll through the golden foliage-filled woods this fall and you might discover foxfire, a type of fungus that primarily grows in decaying wood. Also called fairy fire, the fungi creates light...
Scientists strike gold in leaves. Eucalyptus trees in the Kalgoorlie region of Western Australia are drawing up gold particles from the earth via their root system and depositing it their leaves and branches.