Captured by Canadian photographer David Burdeny, this amazing photo of a tabular iceberg rising straight out of the Weddel Sea appears to organize the world into four neat quadrants. Titled “Mercators Projection,” the photo is from his series “North/South” taken while on tour of Antarctica and Greenland.
Following her undergraduate degree in International Relations, Sarah Pannell decided to switch tracks to a more visual sphere, picking up a degree in photography and focusing her practice on documentary work. Continue reading →
Much like suspension bridges, tree top walks are a great way to get close to nature and see the world from a new perspective.
The series of bridges that make up these tree top walks are usually suspended high in the trees and have lookout points along the way so you can stop on a secure platform and take in your surroundings. Continue reading →
If I had the choice, I would always choose to visit a museum inside out– that is, take a backstage tour of what they don’t display, which in most cases, is much larger than what is actually on display. And i’m not talking about 2 to 3 times larger, we’re talking about secret collections that are 99. 9% larger, hiding behind the museum walls… Continue reading →
Cueva de los Verdes (“Greens’ cave” in Spanish -the owners of the cave were the “Verdes” family) located on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, (a part of Spain). The Cave is situated in “Monumento Natural del Malpaís de La Corona” Continue reading →
Architect Santiago Calatrava’s signature skeletal design in Rio de Janeiro’s rehabilitated Porto Maravilha houses a new contemporary science museum. Devoted to science and technology and opening on Saturday, Dec 19, Museu do Amanhã (Museum of Tomorrow) invites visitors to imagine how we’ll live in the next 50 years. Continue reading →