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Merry Christmas and best wishes everyone 🙂
Do you love nature and stunning photography?
Of course you do.
Check out 2016’s most amazing nature pics at the link below, and let me know which image is your fave.
Thanks to Bored Panda 🙂
“National Geographic has just announced the results of the prestigious 2016 Nature Photographer of the Year contest. As you can see from the pictures below, the judges had a hard time choosing the very best image but the first place along with a 10-day trip for two to the Galapagos Islands, two 15-minute image portfolio reviews with organisation’s photo editors and a $2,500 cash prize went to Greg Lecoeur for a superb shot of predators hunting sardines underwater.” – Giedrė
Behold, another gallery of jaw-dropping images from the talented photogs on 500px.
Enjoy this collection of stunning photos from around the world.
Which shot is your favorite?
Saw this video of artist Mary Doodles at work and thought you guys might like it.
I’ve watched this video three times and I still haven’t figured out how she does it.
Any artists out there want to explain the technique?
Korean artist Sung Ho Lee has posted another video showing the creation of a beautiful watercolor painting. Check it out below and let me know what you think.
Here’s a fun and helpful post I spotted this morning and wanted to pass along.
Stacy Tornio, at Mother Nature Network, has collected a bunch of ways to add a dash of happiness to your life.
The list includes a few suggestions that might seem a tad silly, such as “eating a whole candy bar” or “buying a new pair of shoes”. However the list offers several great reminders about happiness-inducing activities, like meditating and volunteering.
Overall, the message of the post is that small things can make a big difference in our happiness.
Check out Stacy’s suggestions via the link below.
“We searched high and low, looking at both scientific research and advice from the general public, about what makes someone happy. Here are 50 things you can do to add a little cheer into your life.” – Stacy Tornio
Imagine drifting off to sleep while hungry sharks swim inches away from you – with only a couple of inches of glass between you and the huge creatures.
Okay, I probably wouldn’t get much sleep, but it would still be an experience of a lifetime.
Check out the video below for more on this incredible hotel, courtesy of Insider Travel.
What better way to start the week than with stunning artwork?
Richard Symonds is a British artist who creates and sells intricate drawings of animals to raise money for wildlife charities.