Taken on Coomeenole Beach in West Kerry, Ireland, photographer Ger Kelliher captured this high-speed photograph of sea foam that looks like a marbleized sculpture or some delicious whipped cream topping.
We are so grateful to our Biofriendly Planet readers as someone reached out and let us know that this image was taken by photographer Zach Cooley. We couldn’t help but marvel at this stunning photo of a seemingly omniscient eye watching over Earth, which was achieved over two nights of single shots and double exposures. […]
As we continue into the fall, the Marbled Orb-weaver (Araneus marmoreus) is the perfect example of nature’s autumnal color palette. This species of spider is sometimes called the pumpkin spider and for good reason. This plump arachnid is found throughout all of Canada to Alaska, the northern Rockies, from North Dakota to Texas, and then east to the Atlantic, as […]
Taken in French Polynesia, photographer Emmett Sparling discovered this magnificent palm tree that appears as though it might take a dip in the water as it reaches out from the rest.
Mother Nature is often the greatest sculptor of them all. The Hopewell Rocks, also called the Flowerpots Rocks or simply The Rocks, are rock formations caused by tidal erosion in New Brunswick, Canada. They stand 40–70 feet tall.
This striking and unique landscape is known as “The Avenue of the Baobabs” lining the dirt road in the Menabe region of western Madagascar. This prominent group of Grandidier’s baobabs have been the center of local conservation efforts for years. Photographer Unknown.
Captured in 2014, photographer Larry Zimmer captured this unbelievable moment during a storm in Arizona. Incredible to see that the shape of a bird formed naturally in the lighting strike.
A somewhat eerie and incredible sight in Japan from photographer Shane Thoms, who captured this overgrown roller coaster at the now abandoned Nara Dreamland.
We rarely get the opportunity to observe the magical miniature world at our feet, but thanks to this incredible picture by photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko we can catch a glimpse of this snail sipping from a water droplet.
Although it may look like some sort of digitized backdrop from a post-apocalyptic movie, this stunning picture was actually captured by photographer Michael Menefee during the May 2012 Solar Eclipse at the Navajo Nation near Canyon de Chelly, AZ.