10+ Cities Like You’ve Probably Never Seen Before. Overpopulation, overconsumption – in pictures. Photos du journal - Population Matters. The Economist. 7 Landscapes So Mesmerizing It's Hard to Believe They're Real - Earthables. The world is filled with strikingly beautiful places, but some are so absolutely mesmerizing, it's hard to believe they're actually real.
From brilliantly colored hot springs to endless flower fields and towering mountains, these landscapes must be seen to be believed. Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, United States Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the U.S., named for its striking coloration in hues that match the rainbow dispersion of white light by an optical prism of orange, yellow, red, green and blue.
The amazing spectrum of color is created by microbial bacteria that thrive in the hot temperatures. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland K.C. This spectacular avenue of ancient beech trees near Ballymoney in Northern Ireland was planted in the 18th century by the Stuart family, who wanted to create a magnificent landscape that would impress visitors as they approached their home. Netherlands' Tulip Fields Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan.
29 Unbelievable Locations That Look Like They're Located On Another Planet. 21 Powerful Examples Of Street Art That Tell The Uncomfortable Truth. Graffiti and other forms of street art reveal so much about the surrounding culture and current times.
City walls provide a blank canvass for artists and rebels to display a number of messages, some of which tell the uncomfortable truth about the state of our planet and where it is headed. Powerful street art can inspire change, culturally, politically and beyond. When you see a particular piece of stunning art it hits you deep in the core, possibly even influencing you to make real life changes. 17 Breathtaking Satellite Photos That Will Change How You See Our World. Daily Overview is a fantastic new project that shares one satellite photo from Digital Globe each day.
They’re goal is try to change the way we see Earth by providing amazing views of the world in which we live in. It’s no doubt that they provide some stunning photos that give viewers an alternate way to look at the world. 1. Bourtange, Vlagtwedde, Netherlands. Overpopulation, overconsumption – in pictures. Are You In The Majority Of Everything? Check This Handy Chart. Not All Passports Are Created Equal, As This Map Will Tell You. A passport from the United States allows its citizens free access to well over 100 other countries.
But not all travelers have such an overwhelming spread of choices: Residents of Iraq, for example, can access only 31 countries with their passports. Venturing away from Afghanistan? Your options dwindle to 28 countries, according to the infographic below.* You might say we’ve been taking our travel freedom for granted here in the U.S. However, that freedom comes with a price. Striking Photos Show What It's Like To Actually Live On $1 A Day Around The World. More than 1 billion people around the globe -- roughly one in six -- earn just $1 a day.
That astonishing statistic is the motivator for the Forgotten International's campaign to shed light on the staggering levels of wealth disparity blanketing many regions of the world today. The nonprofit, which works to alleviate global poverty, has created a book of photographs, Living on a Dollar a Day: The Lives and Faces of the World's Poor, featuring people barely making ends meet to survive. A team traveled to four continents collecting thousands of photographs and conducting several interviews to better understand the circumstances and stories of the impoverished. Thomas A. Nazario, founder and president of The Forgotten International, is the author of the book, and Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Renée C. Photoshop or Not? 10 Amazing Places You Won’t Believe Aren’t Artificial.
Have you ever been fooled by a Photoshopped image?
Today’s CGI and image editing software is so good that sometimes a convincing fake can look close to reality than a real photograph. We covered almost all of the world’s continents – from famous North American river valleys to beautiful Norwegian coastal highways – to track down 10 amazing places you just can’t believe aren’t artificial. 1. Colorado River, United Sates This horseshoe bend in the Colorado River is absolutely amazing.
30 Of The Most Powerful Images Ever. A picture is worth a thousand words, but not all pictures are created equal.
The pictures we usually feature on Bored Panda can be cute, beautiful, funny, or enchanting, but these pictures are powerful. These Utterly Shocking Images Will Make You Want To Recycle Everything! The World If: A compilation of scenarios. Explicit cookie consent. 10 Stunning Photos From The 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest. The 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest inspires a wanderlust within us like nothing else.
The photos submitted from all over the world capture the beauty of natural wonder and cultures so different from our own. If you're a photographer that would like to see your work featured in the series, submissions for the photo contest are open until June 30. The winner of the contest will receive an eight-day National Geographic Expedition to Costa Rica and the Panama Canal for two. 10 Stunning Photos From The 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.