Posts tagged nature

terra-mater:

15 amazing things in nature you won’t believe actually exist

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thedailywhat:

PSA of the Day:The World is Where We Live” — A rather stellar short promotional spot for the World Wide Fund for Nature, which draws visual parallels between our world — and the world writ large.

[lustik / colossal.]

good:

What if buying that large-format print of a gorgeous Pacific Ocean sunset actually helped to preserve that gorgeous Pacific Ocean sunset? The G2 Gallery in Venice, California, not only chooses the artists it features based on their affinity for science and nature, it donates 100 percent of proceeds from every sale to environmental charities like Conservation International and NRDC.
Photo by Giovanna LaRussa
A Gallery Where Every Piece of Art Celebrates and Supports the Environment - Business - GOOD

good:

What if buying that large-format print of a gorgeous Pacific Ocean sunset actually helped to preserve that gorgeous Pacific Ocean sunset? The G2 Gallery in Venice, California, not only chooses the artists it features based on their affinity for science and nature, it donates 100 percent of proceeds from every sale to environmental charities like Conservation International and NRDC.

Photo by Giovanna LaRussa

A Gallery Where Every Piece of Art Celebrates and Supports the Environment - Business - GOOD

thedailywhat:

Time-Lapse Thing of the Day: “My goal was to show the duality between city and nature”: Dominic Boudreault’s “The City Limits” — five locations; one year in the making. [petapixel / laughingsquid.]

thedailywhat:

Lights Out: Astrophotographer Daniel López films the skies above Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands.

[@thesquare.]

Outdoor School

kimyadawson:

My friend Boots goes to this outdoor school. He is a magical critter. If this school was in Olympia I would send Panda there. If I didn’t travel as much as I do I would start this school. 

Hmmm, hey Olympia folks…who’s going to start an outdoor school in Oly? I’ll buy the potatoes.

Click the link and watch the video.

thedailywhat:

Early Bird Special: Kevin “Fester” Gallagher hiked the length of the 2,181-mile Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine, snapping 4,000 photos during his six-month trek. He eventually strung them together to make this gorgeous four-minute summary of his unforgettable nature walk.

[playbook.]