This phenomenon of geometrically aligned droplets is called ‘Guttation,’ and is a process in which water seeps out at the tips or edges of a plant’s leaves.
You can almost taste the pumpkin spice while looking at the autumn colors in this aerial shot of the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire.
Today’s Biofriendly Image of the Day goes to this panoramic view of nature. While it technically is multiple images meshed into one to create this beautiful panorama, this nature’s view is well worth sharing. The white clouds and blue sky reflecting off the pond, while colored leaves decorate the landscape in the background, reminding us […]
This beautiful image of Acadia National Park earns today’s Biofriendly Image of the Day. From the bright colors of the changing leaves on the trees in the background, to the mossy rocks along the water’s edge, to what seems to be a mist rolling in towards the shore, this image captures the true essence of […]