The UK calls it “Colour” whilst Americans call it “Color” but regardless of its spelling, the meaning of the word holds just as much passion and power within. Color is the most dominating feature around the globe, and without it, many significant emotions, signals and atmospheres would be lost. Each autumn trees display their leaves
Recent census of mountain Gorillas has announced that there are only a mere 786 remaining individuals left on Earth, with nearly half living in the forests of Central Africa. These striking large apes take home on the green, volcanic slopes of Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo – all areas which have received
The Beetle is like no other, with a reputation and strange combination of its design both being inspired by nature, and desired by Adolf Hitler, the Beetle has become the longest-running and most-manufactured automobile of a single design platform anywhere in the world. Its saturated characteristics and amazing old models starting from the 1930’s guarantees this
Roads clogged with engine running taxis, crowds of faces swept with fluster, tower blocked buildings that play with the clouds, sophistication, chances and opportunities that hide around corners, lifestyles that operate with a kick and urge, bridges that unfold to a map of more roads, a sea of lights, spires and apartments that are built
Arizona is a place full of inspiration – an incredible state packed with beautiful diversity that has all evolved with the hot and harsh climate. Arizona brings excitement, and delivers pricked cacti which pave the miles of dry cracked land that has become backed by the sun. Teeming with natural wonders, lands painted in bands
Rising 7,500m above the ocean floor, basks the world’s third tallest volcanic structure. Encased by magnificent scenery and atmospheric conditions welcomes a National Park swamped with forever changing tones and colours of its landscape. Visually striking clouds swam together to create a misty backdrop to the mountains, and many beautiful flora species have colonised the
Welcome to the ‘Rainforests of the Ocean’ – one of the most beautiful, diverse and colourful marine habitats across the globe. An underwater body, constructed by calcium carbonate that lines the ocean floor has flourished into an ecosystem that is teeming with coral polyps, billions of colourful algae and impressive sea anemones. This amazing platform
Welcome to the world of Water Skeletons – an incredible twine of profoundly unique shapes, colours, sizes and extortionate forms of movement. Purely consisting of internal fluids, it’s hard to believe that these can perform functions whilst moving so professionally. But how do they work? How do they move? Why don’t they just fall apart?
China is certainly one of the most beautiful places on earth. Entwined with temples of culture, mountains painted in white snow, lands of the giant panda, coastlines enriched with amazing colonies of unusual birds, dense forests that are roped with hunting tigers and a great wall that stretches through the land and ripples with history.
Stories of Geishas should never be told, as their lives are forbidden and fragile – without their mystery it can not survive. Welcome to a foreign culture, one capturing and moving but still misunderstood. This was a culture where seduction was the key – a time when just a glimpse of the wrist was sexual
The lives of Leaves are truly inspirational. They flourish in many colours from crisp yellows, warming reds to vibrant greens. They are widespread- making sure they are present around every corner of the world, and no matter what country you are in, the variations in shapes, patterns, colours and what surrounds them is a never
image credits The things we cannot see with the naked eye are often far more beautiful than we can even begin to guess at, and the relatively new art of macro photography is opening worlds to us that we could hardly have dreamed existed before it became possible to produce such stunning images. 1. The
Yellowstone – Discovered in 1807 was a lost world found by the hands of humanity after being the home to wild Native Americans for over 11,000 years. A land ruled by ice, brimstone and fire should be un-inhabitable, yet the most treasured wilderness can be found here than any other place on earth. One of