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Lake Kaindy: Kazakhstan’s Submerged Forest
Lake Kaindy draws thousands of visitors each year with its unearthly, limestone-blue water and submerged forest that pokes out from the water's surface.
Pakistan’s Incredible Cocooned Trees
Following a 2010 Pakistani flooding, millions of spiders fled to the trees for shelter and spun thick webs, resulting in spectacular cocooned trees.
The Mysterious Cat’s Eye Nebula
Given its strange structure and properties, the Cat's Eye Nebula remains one of the most curious nebulae known to humankind.
What We Love This Week, Volume LI
This week, we love moving sculptures, dazzling footage of the Chinese New Year, and more.
Wyoming’s Visually Striking Devils Tower
Extending a whopping 5,114 feet above sea level, Wyoming's ever-popular "Devils Tower" actually receives its name from a misinterpretation.
The Diamond Heist That Baffled The World
Walking out with nearly half a billion dollars worth of goods, this diamond heist brings "Ocean's 11" and "Italian Job" to life.
7 Mind Boggling Musical Instruments You’ve Never Heard Of
From singing trees to laser harps to vegetable clarinets, these musical instruments are as spectacular as they are strange.
The 2013 Winners Of The Nature Conservancy’s Annual Photo Contest
Thousands of nature enthusiasts have submitted images of the world's natural marvels to the Nature Conservancy. Take a peek at this year's best.
Sarolta Ban’s Surreal Photo Manipulations
While jewelry was Sarolta Ban's first professional calling, it is her otherworldly photo manipulations that truly sparkle.
The Moving Flight 772 Memorial, As Seen Through Google Maps
Utilizing the wide-reaching power of Google Maps and Google Earth, the Flight 772 Memorial commemorates its legacy to the world.
Stockholm’s Immaculate Public Library
Housing over four million volumes of text and media, Stockholm's nearly century-old public library is a must-see for traveling logophiles.