Powerful images of mankind devoured by nature

March 5th, 2016|

French digital artist and photographer Carl Redback is the talented individual behind the eye-catching series “Treebeard”. It sees him photographing portraits of everyday individuals, before digitally fusing them with various botanicals, foliage and plant matter in Photoshop.

Look closely and you’ll notice razor sharp thorns painfully puncturing the skin, whilst roots and branches grow out of eye sockets […]

Floating elements in the middle of deserted landscapes

February 24th, 2016|

Today we discover Andrea Levers with more surrealistic images depicting geometric shapes merging from nowhere and floating in the middle of vast stormy landscapes.

First 21 days of a bee’s life in 60 Seconds

May 20th, 2015|

In an attempt to better understand exactly what happens as a bee grows from an egg into an adult insect, photographer Anand Varma teamed up with the bee lab at UC Davis to film the first three weeks of a bee’s life in unprecedented detail, all condensed into a 60-second clip.

WWF-Canada enlists Norman the Eco-Warrior cat

February 18th, 2015|

Norman and WWF-Canada have teamed up to promote Loblaw Companies Limited’s commitment to sustainably source 100% of seafood sold in its retail locations by the end of 2013.

You don’t have to be human to make a difference. And you can learn a lot from a cat who cares.

The beautiful friendship of a dog and an owl

February 16th, 2015|

A beautiful friendship between an owl and a dog, captured by the professional animal photographer and collage artist, Tanja Brandt.

Ingo, the shepherd dog, and Poldi, the little owl, seem more than happy to cozy up to each other for photoshoots bathed in golden evening light.

You can find more pictures of the adorable animal couple and […]

Goblin shark attack in slowmotion

January 17th, 2015|

The goblin shark uses a sense system known as ampullae of Lorenzini, found in its snout, for electrodetection of prey. The jaws are modified for rapid projection to aid in the capture of prey. The jaw is thrust forward by a double set of ligaments at the mandibular joints. When the jaws are retracted the […]

A field turns from orange to green as harvesters pick marigold flowers in Los Mochis, Mexico, 1967.

January 16th, 2015|

It’s like they are all filling in a bar graph of their relative productivity.

Praying Mantis majestically riding into the sunset

January 11th, 2015|

A praying mantis has two large, compound eyes that work together to help it decipher visual cues. But strangely, the praying mantis has just a single ear, located on the underside of its belly, just forward of its hind legs. This means the mantid cannot discriminate the direction of sound, nor its frequency. What it […]

Check out this tree tunnel in Belgium

January 10th, 2015|

I will take the ring to Mordor.

And that’s how you properly stack firewood.

January 7th, 2015|