Never been to Iceland before? It is one of the cheapest international destinations for anyone living in the eastern part of the United States and as you’ll see from the photos, it might just be the most beautiful place in the world.
Our coral reefs are dying, but forward-thinking eco-minded artists are helping nature by creating stunning life-sized sculptures . . . and then sinking them. While it may look like abandoned statues starting to decay, it is actually art being rebirthed into living, breathing reefs.
Talk about sustainable, green architecture! In Meghalaya (north-eastern state of India) people construct “living bridges” by the living roots of Fig Trees. It is a truly remarkable to see people living in such harmony with nature. More of this should happen all over the world!
Fall is coming… It’s a time of year you can see the most beautiful pictures of nature falling asleep before winter.
Not every animal is as cuddly as a giant panda or as extravagant as a peacock. Let’s see the ugliest animals on the planet.
Scientific American editor Mark Fischetti explains how the leaves of deciduous trees perform their annual chameleon act, changing from various shades of green to hues of bronze, orange and brilliant red.