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Colossal - Art & Design, I love it.

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Sir David Attenborough

Ik Kil - Mexico...so sweet.

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Nebraska.

The Unearthly Beauty of Antelope Canyon

Tree House!

Grand Canyon Glass Bottom Skywalk, Arizona

Underwater hotel in Figi

The kinetic sculpture ‘Chimecco’ is a large interactive wind chime by artist Mark Nixon. It is currently being exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea in Aarhus, Denmark: one of the most popular outdoor sculpture exhibitions in the world. The design was selected as one of the winners of an open competition from over 350 submissions. Together with a team of assistants, Mark has spent the last month in Aarhus helping to construct the piece.

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Intriguing read: "Fractal Yin and Yang" - nature & fractals; weather & patterns;

Wow, the sky.

In a tiny corner of western Poland a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks - all bent northward. Surrounded by a larger forest of straight growing pine trees this collection of curved trees, or "Crooked Forest," is a mystery.

@ Evan Sharp Studio Les Betes: The Arctic Drifter is designed to travel on the prevailing winds above the Arctic Circle, rolling across the landscape gathering images. When fully inflated, the Drifter presents a 15 m diameter profile, cushioned by Hypalon air-bags (a similar material is used for heavy-duty inflatable boats). Because of its size and buoyancy it is able to cover almost any flat terrain, including ice, water and small crevasses. It is able to travel in extreme wind speeds and weather conditions that would ground most travelers. With the air-bags mostly deflated, however, the Drifter presents a much smaller dome-shaped profile, giving it stability. The inner roll-cage ensures that the crew capsule is able to remain upright. To exit the capsule, the crew deflates a section of the air-bags completely and detaches them.

@ Harper Hamburger Emerald Gorge, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

Bamboo Forest, Kyoto, Japan

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