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16 Must-See Shows at Art Week Miami 2016

Including secret bonus events, but you're going to have to read this for details...<p>It's about that time of year again, and things in Miami are already popping off. While it's nearly impossible to catch everything the mega-festival-block-party-extravaganza that is Art Week Miami has to offer, with …

Photographer Captures Rare Pictures of an Upside-Down Iceberg

When you think of icebergs, you probably think of those large white objects you see in movies and pictures. In rare situations, they can also be seen …

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The 10 Best Animal Photos From The Department Of The Interior's Instagram Account

If you're not following the Department of the Interior on Instagram, you're missing out.<p>The account highlights the bounty of natural wonders found across America -- from sea to shining sea, and everything in between. The agency, administered by Sally Jewell, oversees nearly one-fifth of the …

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Meticulously Cut Paper Illustrations by Maude White | Colossal

<p>Paper artist Maude White cuts meticulous depictions of birds, people, leaves and other compositions embedded with hidden scenes and stories. Each …

Striking Photos Showcase the Elegant Beauty of Big Cats

Using only a simple, dark background, Vincent J. Musi captures the elegance of lions, leopards, tigers, and more. The South Carolina-based photographer works for National Geographic and shot these breathtaking images as part of a series titled <i>Big Cats</i>. His photos showcase incredible, up-close …

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The Fall Shoe You Should Be Wearing NOW

You know that good style isn't necessarily about <i>what</i> you're wearing, but more about how you're putting everything together (otherwise, every Theresa, …

Pictures of the Week 7.10.14

Spending quality time under giants. Sequoia Park, CA

@paulnicklen for @natgeo. Bears and wolves inhabit marine and coastal areas as they forage along the intertidal zones and in salmon bearing creeks. As the #northerngateway pipeline gets the go ahead from Canada's Federal Government, what is the future of these species if there is an oil spill on the BC coast. #standup4greatbear. #nature #wildlife #protectedareas #picoftheday #bear

It's amazing how one tree is growing on the branches of another! Help us shape the World you want to live in - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PglLzCr5u_Y

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Dark and Moody Zoo Animal Portraits by Alex Teuscher

Geneva-based photographer Alex Teuscher shows us the fine art of zoo animals with these dark and moody portraits. He originally came up with the idea when he was going through his old files of animal photos and felt like something was missing. “I decided to experiment and see what kind of results I …

Two gentoo penguins perched above the icy water in Antarctica. Of this chilling shot, photographer Nancy Leigh mused, "Were they angry with each other, on the lookout, breaking the wind for each other?" http://on.natgeo.com/1hvwA7d Photograph by Nancy Leigh, National Geographic Your Shot

Why Travel Makes You An Awesome Person

People always ask how travel has changed me. If I look back at who I was before I began traveling and compare that to who I am now, I would have to say that travel has made me a better and more well-rounded person. I'm way cooler now than I was at 25 when I first left to explore the world.<p>Simply …

Incredible UNESCO Sites in Danger of Disappearing (Photos)

Threatened Wonders<p>Of the 981 properties on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, 44 are categorized as in danger for reasons ranging from political …

Ditch Your Responsibilities And Go Hike The Mendenhall Ice Caves Before They Melt

These, dear friends, are the Mendenhall ice caves in Alaska. They exist only because a glacier is melting-- and as you can guess, glaciers don't keep on melting forever.<p>Over the past year, researchers have noticed strange ancient trees standing upright in the ice caves. Turns out that as it …

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Prskalo Waterfall, Serbia