Art is all around us. While you may expect art to come from the talent and genius of a gifted human being, it turns out that the forces of nature are a rival to any of the creative giants that we have produced, and in some cases, even better!
Plaun Segnas Sura, Switzerland. High valleys in the Alps, such as the Plaun Segnas Sura, are the locations witnessing permanent redistribution of rocks, sand and clay. Countless streams bring debris over just to transport it away again. Aerial view by Bernhard Edmaier #Alps #Alpen #Graubünden #water #Schweiz #patterns #bernhardedmaier
Our friends at SkyPixel are running a drone- and aerial-themed photography competition and some of the submissions have been (very literally) over the top. This technology has already changed the way we capture our travels—providing new angles on everyday subjects. Here are 15 of our favorite photos from the contest so far.
Terraced hillsides are seen in the Douro Valley of northern Portugal. The steep slopes are covered with grape vines that rise from the Douro River below. The region is recognized as the home of port wine — a sweet, red wine that is often served with dessert.