From the staggering Mount Roraima to the rightfully named Gates of Hell, All That Is Interesting’s beautiful photographs and GIFs of nature in action!
Meet The Damselfly, Your New Favorite Insect
Like the insects but not the dirt you have to enter to discover them? These damselfly photos bring nature's surprises right to you.
Jigokudani Monkey Park: Where Snow Monkeys Go To Hot Tub
You won't be able to resist these adorable snow monkeys hot tubbing in a natural hot springs at Jigokudani Monkey Park. But don't take our word for it..
What We Love This Week, Volume CXXVI
Dazzling creatures glow under the sea, the world's most bizarre homes and gigantic buildings on land, stunning landscape photography from the sky.
Go Below Sea Level With These Gorgeous Underwater Photos
Who needs terrestrial life when underwater living is so damn cool?
Meteora, Greece: Where The Monks Pray In The Clouds
Take a four-hour drive from Athens, and you'll find yourself in staring upward at the sublime rock formations of Meteora, Greece.
The Dramatic Heights Of Lake Leitisvatn
Soaring up nearly 100 feet into the sky, the Faroe Islands' Lake Leitisvatn is a sight that must be seen to be believed.
The Chelsea Flower Show: Where Heaven Meets Earth
It's not spring in London without the Chelsea Flower Show.
You’re Not On Drugs: China’s Super-Saturated And Striped Mountains Are Real
With their rich, vibrant hues, it's hard to believe that China's striped mountains are real. You have to see it to believe it.
Salt Caves Might Not Be A Fountain Of Youth, But They’re Still Stunning
Salt caves are proliferating in terms of popularity and praise. Their physical benefits are uncertain, but as this gallery shows their beauty is not.
What We Love This Week, Volume CXXIV
3D skull drawings that push through the page, the volcanic acid pools of Earth's great inferno, the world's scariest masks and this week's other terrors.
Alejandro Duran Turns Trash Into An Incredible Art Project
It's hard to believe that multimedia artist Alejandro Duran took trash from 50 different countries, and turned it into this incredible art project.