Author Lisa Scarpa

Lisa is a PR & content intern at Meero

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The Stunning Photographs From The 70's Kilauea Volcano Eruption

When nature shows off what it's capable of in such a spectcular way, although destroying everything in its way, this brings out the interest of beauty seekers, aka photographers. During Mauna Ulu's magnificent 5 year eruption, photographers from all over the world set out to witness this spectacle! Here are some of the most stunning photos of the historical eruption almost 50 years ago!

15 May 2018 by Lisa Scarpa
IN FOCUS

Game Boy Camera Takes Coolest Pictures of Formula 1 Race

The Chinese Grand Prix just recently happened and thousands of viewers attended the races this year, especially Formula 1 fan Tim Binnon. The Australian photographer documented the entirety of the race with his Nikon DSLR, however, he also had a different agenda. With everything in place, he began to shoot. The results are awesome and quite nostalgic!

14 May 2018 by Lisa Scarpa
MEERO STORIES

New Camera Allows Scientists To See Our Ocean Floor Through the Waves!

NASA has made yet another big discovery and step forward in the discovery and exploration of our fascinating planet. Since our 96.5% of our planet’s water is in the ocean, which covers about 71% of our earth. Now, we will be able to see through the waves and collect data on our ocean floor! NASA Ames scientist Ved Chirayath has developed a new camera called the Fluid Cam!

11 May 2018 by Lisa Scarpa

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A Tsunami From Heaven Captured In Austria

Amateur filmmaker, Peter Maier, has created a viral sensation on the internet with his timelapse video, ‘tsunami from heaven’. Generating over 1.6 million views and 28,000 shares, the mesmerizing video has captivated people from all over the world on how beautiful nature really is.

18 Jun 2018 by Lisa Scarpa
INSPIRE

Dubai and Abu Dhabi Are Being Swallowed By Sand

The battle we face between mother earth and humans isn’t found more anywhere else other than in these United Emirates. The aftermath gives the impression that the cities streets are being swallowed by the dessert sand. This is beautiful yet remarkable to see. Irenaeus Herok has captured these apocalyptic views.

08 Jun 2018 by Lisa Scarpa