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The World’s Most Beautiful Spring Blooms

There are few times of the year more beautiful than spring. As the weather warms up, green fields and budding trees transform into bright, colorful expanses of daisies, wildflowers and roses. Scientists even estimate that there are between 250,000 and 400,000 flowers plant species covering the globe, many of which have yet to be discovered. From the blushing cherry blossoms that dot Japan’s landscape to the vibrant tulip fields that bring vivid color to Holland’s lush landscapes, spring blooms are one of the world’s greatest marvels.

As the countdown to summer begins, be sure to check out this gallery of some of the world’s most incredible spring blooms.

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Beautiful Purple Tulips

Source: Greg Benz

Spring Tulip Blooming

Source: Greg Benz

Pink Spring Blooms

Source: Stylonica

Beautiful Yellow Flowers

Source: Maitri Yoga

Spring Blooms At Hirosaki Castle

Source: Wallpapers

Tulip Fields in Holland

Source: Hello!

Road Of Blue Flowers

Source: Hello!

Aerial Photo of Tulip Fields from TIME

Source: Time

Colorful Spring Blooms Up Close

Source: Nevseoboi

Daffodils in Oregon

Source: Oregon Live

Beautiful, Colorful Flowers

Source: The Canadian

White Cherry Blossoms in Spring

Source: AQFA

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Courtney Mattison’s Intricate Porcelain Coral Artwork

Our Changing Seas Coral Artwork

Source: Colossal

This past week, millions celebrated Earth Day 2014 by completing eco-friendly projects, planting trees and raising awareness for a number of green causes. We thought we’d add our take by featuring an artist whose love for Mother Nature has deeply impacted her work. San Francisco native Courtney Mattison has a passion for the world’s oceans. An interest in marine biology and environmental science has greatly shaped her work, providing much of the inspiration and motivation to create handmade porcelain sculptures liker her three-part series titled Our Changing Seas.

Our Changing Seas III Coral Artwork

Source: Colossal

Bleached Coral Artwork

Source: Colossal

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Alex MacLean’s Mesmerizing Aerial Photography

Alex MacLean’s photography is unique to say the least. Unlike most of his peers, as both a photographer and pilot, MacLean takes most of his pictures by sticking a camera out of the cockpit window of his Cessna 182 plane. With such an incredible vantage point, MacLean captures aerial images that uncover perspectives unseen by most of the world. Check out some of the best of his aerial photography in the images below.

Incredible Sand Plumes by Alex MacLean

Source: ABC News

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Gurung Honey Hunters: Preserving The World’s Greatest Traditions

Few have witnessed—let alone captured—the centuries-old traditions of the Gurung honey hunters. Located in the Himalayan foothills of central Nepal, these tribe members utilize centuries of generational wisdom to extract wild honey from hives located hundreds of feet in the air. World-renowned photographer Andrew Newey documents the extraordinary ceremony, which takes place twice a year, with his incredible photographs.

The Gurung Honey Hunters Carry Out An Ancient Tradition

Before collecting the wild honey, the Gurung honey hunters perform a ceremony that consists of sacrificing both food and animals to appease the region’s gods. Then, tribe members make the 3-hour trek to the hives, which are precariously located on steep cliffs. While the Gurung honey hunters use smoke to extract the bees, this process doesn’t prevent them from getting stung. Painful stings, rope burns and blisters are all part of the wild honey hunting experience.


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