Tree of life

An aerial photo of Lake Cakora in New South Wales, Australia by photographer Derry Moroney that strongly resembles a tree. The water is soaked by tea tree oils, which gives it the vibrant brown color.

Sakura tree

This sprawling Edo higan zakura cherry blossom tree is 330 years old and has been designated a Natural Monument by the city of Nirasaki, Japan.

Perfect timing

A photographer captures the glowing red sunset hover just above a lighthouse on the coast, creating an dotted ‘i’ in a natural environment.

Ghost fungi

The Omphalotus nidiformis, also known as the Ghost fungus, is found in Australia and mostly known for it’s bioluminescent properties.

Met Gala bug

The Saturniidae Moth Caterpillar is a spectacular sight to behold and appears to be the most colorful and fancy caterpillar on Earth.

Yakety Yak

The rare Tibetan White Yak is a majestic creature that thrives at the highest altitudes and looks like something out of Sesame Street.

Bee police

These bees in blue are known as the Blue Banded bees of Australia, and instead of traveling in large colonies they are solitary creatures with a unique pollination method.

Heart of Voh

Voh is a territory of France in New Caledonia, and the heart shape formation of mangrove vegetation has become a symbol of Earth’s love. Happy Valentine’s Day!

Kevin from UP?

The Himalayan monal bird is the national bird of Nepal, but this rainbow colored beauty was also the inspiration for the character ‘Kevin’ in the Pixar film, UP.

Wave shaped rock

While it may look like a sculpture of E.T., this rock in Norway has been shaped by thousands of years of water erosion.