Awesome long-exposure photo taken from Uetliberg, a mountain plateau in Switzerland.Read More »
Beauty in carnage?Read More »
Real photo or photoshopped? Who cares, it is an awesome wallpaper.Read More »
Did you know Greenland is more ice than Iceland and Iceland is more green than Greenland?Read More »
Nature never ceases to amaze me.Read More »
Anyone else see the irony here?Read More »
This is, simply put, a stunning photo.Read More »
If dragons were real…Read More »
This photo makes for an awesome wallpaper.Read More »
Beautiful Alaskan scenery.Read More »
Stunning photo of Haifoss Waterfall in Iceland.Read More »
Best word to describe this photo: wow.Read More »
This is a beautiful photo. View it. Now.Read More »
I do not know about anyone else but I, for one, love nature. No, no — I don’t like delving in nature (e.g. camping? yeah right) but I do enjoy the natural beauty of nature (see what I did there?). The following photo is one such example; check it out:
Amazing.…Read More »
Volcano eruptions are not very fun for the people who live nearby — having to evacuate, property damage (destruction), death in some cases, etc. However, volcano eruptions from space look, to put it simply, awesome.
The following image and short video are of the eruption of Sarychev volcano on the Kuril Islands, Russia, as caught by the astronauts on the International Space Station as it flew overhead.…Read More »
A ‘salt flat’ is a large area of land where the evaporation of some body of water has left large deposits of salt. At an area of 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi), Salar de Uyuni (located in Potosi and Oruro areas of southwest Bolivia) is the largest salt flat in the world.…Read More »
What happens when you combine a filter that only captures a very narrow wavelength of light (H-alpha, emitted by hydrogen) with a 90mm telescope and point it at the Sun? You get an awesome, unique photo of said Sun. That is exactly what photographer Alan Friedman did and the result is absolutely stunning.…Read More »
A few days ago we shared a stunning photo of Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. Today we have a photo of yet another place in Oregon to share with you — ‘Thor’s Well’.
You know that hole to China people always?…Read More »
Yesterday we saw a stunning photo of winter scenery at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, United States. Today we have yet another stunning nature photo to share with you.
The following photo shows Orion, Taurus, and the Pleiades stars in the background (the sky) with an icefall in the foreground.…Read More »
It has been a while since we shared an Amazing Photo of the Day of national beauty. To make up for the extended hiatus, today we have an absolutely gorgeous shot to share with you today.
The following photo is of Crater Lake National Park located in the state of Oregon in the United States.…Read More »
Sometimes the comics we feature on dotTech are funny; other times, they are not. Today I have a comic that I am sure will make you laugh. I quite literally laughed out loud when I read it.
Before I show you the comic, let me explain the background of the joke.…Read More »
You have not seen purple until you have seen these lavender fields in France [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Aside from French kissing, french fries, and french toast (which, by the way, the latter two are not French), what are the French known for? *Controls urge to make racist (?) French joke* The Eiffel Tower? Check. A president who divorces his wife and marries a supermodel while in office?…Read More »
Sunchaser Pictures is a small Hollywood firm run by Gavin Heffernan. Aside from short stories and regular movies, one of the things Heffernan like to do is make time-lapse videos of nature. The following is one of their most recent ones.…Read More »
Son Doong cave is located in Vietnam close to the border of Laos. Found by a Vietnamese man named H?-Khanh in 1991 and made public by the British in 2009, Son Doong is the world’s largest cave. (Wikipedia actually describes it as “currently the biggest cave in world”, leaving room for speculation that there many be a larger undiscovered cave out there.) Son Doong’s largest chamber is over five kilometers (three miles) long, 200 meters (656 feet) high, and 150 meters (492 feet) wide.…Read More »
Every year National Geographic holds a photo contest. 2012′s results are in. In total, National Geographic says there were over 22,000 entries. Out of these 22,000 entries, a winner was picked for each category (‘Nature’, ‘People’, and ‘Places’), an overall ‘Grand Prize’ winner was selected, ‘Viewers’ Choice’ photos were picked, and some photos were given honorable mentions.…Read More »
The Missouri River is the longest river in the United States and used as a major source of water for the nation. A tributary of the Missouri River (aka a river that flows into the Missouri) is the Heart River in North Dakota, United States.…Read More »
Extremely scary transparent glass walkway above Tianmen Mountain in China [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Here on dotTech, we may be afraid of heights (and by “we” I mean Ashraf) but we aren’t afraid of sharing photos that show the heights we scared of. Indeed, we have seen a flimsy looking path above a deep gorge in China.…Read More »
Last week, in our Amazing Photo of the Day segment, dotTech shared a photo of lightning striking somewhere. Enjoyed that photo? Then let us take a look at yet another awesome lightning strike picture.
The following is an image of lightning striking the skyscrapers of Frankfurt, Germany.…Read More »
Forget dinner in the sky — who would be willing to camp in a tent hanging from a tree? [Amazing Photo of the Day]
A few weeks ago dotTech shared with you all a photo of ‘dinner in the sky’, an event organized by a company that sees people having dinner on a platform held up by a single crane. Some brave dotTechies said they would while others, like myself, refused.…Read More »
If memory serves, dotTech’s Amazing Photo of the Day hasn’t featured many images that involve lightning strikes. Yeah, we have seen volcano eruptions that involve lightning, but not specifically a lightning strike photo. Today, however, that is exactly what I have to share.…Read More »
Look outside your window. If you live in any place but the most arctic regions of the world, chance are you can see a tree when you look outside the window. What does that tree look like? More specifically, does it have a straight (or semi-straight) trunk?…Read More »
Seen Avatar, the movie? These mountains in China inspired the landscape in Avatar [Amazing Photo of the Day]
How many dotTechies have seen Avatar, the blockbuster hit that took the world by storm three years ago? I have. If you have too, then you probably remember the floating rock landscape/scenery in Avatar, most notably during the epic battle scenes towards the end.…Read More »
Scenery, whether that be of nature of man-made entities like cities, is important for us people. In fact, I bet many dotTechies who have rented or bought a house, apartment, condo, etc. factored the scenic views (or lack thereof) into the purchase decision.…Read More »
How many dotTechies have seen Shrek, either one or more of the movies in the whole four part series? Can you image Shrek being real? If you can, then you can probably appreciate why I feel Shrek would, willingly and happily, live in the following house — check it out:
For those wondering, that is supposedly a real treehouse in Humboldt County, California.…Read More »