Wildlife has interested us for centuries. Wondering why they behave the way they do. National Geographic has made it a project to protect and devote themselves to the research of the immense species we may or may not know about. They've done again by showing us how and where our favorite animals sleep!
From author to philanthropist, Sarah Phillips has done all she can in order to help our planet and its disastrous capabilities. Her visions are clear and her intentions are sincere. Find out more about Sarah!
The young photographer Alex Nail, passionate about nature and mountains, spends his time wandering remote territories to capture the most lavish places on the planet. Greenland, Scotland, South Africa, Iceland, Norway, or Austria.
Mandy Barker is a committed photographer in ecology who seeks to raise awareness of the plastic pollution in our ocean. With her work, she hopes to create emotion by placing the public in the face of the contradiction between the aesthetics of her compositions and the pessimism of her message.
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.
Renowned Japanese photographer Kenji Toma has published his first book. His images often show the hyperreality of the object or subject in front of him.In this book he freely expresses his love for the illustrations of botanical encyclopedias in a series as floral as aesthetic.
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.
"Its Perspective, Not Truth," says graphic designer and photographer Andhika Ramadhian, as he creates the most vivid illusions in an image. Keeping each one to the essential point and on a very minimalistic side, he shows a human placed in the middle of a patterned background.
The most famous city in the world lights up every night with colors streaming through the sky. It's heard you can see them from space! Phil Holland took the opportunity to use the most advanced technology and equipment to film a bird's eye view of the city. Take a look and breathtaking views.