This picture is amazing because the skulls sit so perfectly for the camera, plus that one person in the background you might have not seen.
Wallpaper of the moon plus a shooting star.
Check out Zermatt, Switzerland.
Surveillance on citizens in the U.S. is not a thing done only by the NSA; apparently, cities within the country are gearing up with equipment to track people going about their daily lives. According to the New York Times, the fed...
What if you could speak to a plant to help it grow? We’ve heard that before, though there is no real proof behind it. This is the reason why the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has planned to put this idea to the test, but wi...
This is at Yosemite.
A lonely planet that is estimated to have a mass six times that of Jupiter has been spotted 80 light-years away from Earth. The planet, which is now known as PSO J318.5-22, is estimated to be around 12 million years old. This is ...
I can't really describe this photo any more than what is said in the title -- you need to see it for yourself. Click. Now.
Great way to light up the night. (See what I did there?)
The enormous hornets of China are making a mess of things more so that they have ever done before in the past. According to a Guardian report, dozens of people in recent weeks in China have died of alleged hornet attacks. (Side n...
Dusk at Lake Geneva is filled with soothing blue hues.
Simply put, this is a stunning photo.
Known as Baobab (Tree of Life) in South Africa, this tree is 2000-years-old. And it must be fed well, 'cause it's a big sucker.
I believe I got the title right on this one.
Captured by Mauricio Handler, an underwater photographer, at Curacao in the Caribbean, that is a trio of purple sea sponges that have grown together and happen to look like Cookie Monster from Sesame Street.