An Astonishing Aerial View Of Hong Kong
An incredible overhead photograph of the city of Hong Kong.
Seven Of The World's Weirdest Animals
Angora Rabbit The Angora rabbit is one of the oldest types of rabbit and hails from Ankara, Turkey. Appearing as veritable clouds with ears, they are distinguished by their intense amounts of fur and were once popular pets of 18th century French royalty. The Star-Nosed Mole The oddly shaped star-nosed mole is found in North America and is distinguished by its bizarre, fleshy nose....
A Remarkable Photograph Of The French Resistance
During World War 2 in 1944, members of the French resistance are photographed in the midst of battle against German troops.
Seven Of The World's Most Beautiful Slot Canyons
Spooky Gulch Canyon Past the Coyote Gulch in southern Utah and down Hole-in-the-Rock road lies the aptly titled Spooky Gulch. The slot canyon is thirty feet deep and in most places is only fifteen inches wide. Those brave souls who attempt the eerie walk most often do so sideways. Antelope Canyon Antelope Canyon is located in Navajo land near Page, Arizona and is one of the best...
Seven Of The World's Most Interesting Installation...
Melting Men In 2009, Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo carved these incredible tiny ice sculptures of men on the steps of Gendermenmarkt Square in Berlin. Aside from being beautiful, Azeveedo created the thousand miniature people to shed light on the effects of global warming and the World Wildlife Fund’s warning that melting ice could cause water levels to rise. Needless to say, the tiny men...
Astounding View Of An Eclipse
When life’s problems overwhelm you, it often helps to look up. But sometimes it may also help to look down — especially when it involves viewing an eclipse from the clouds. Talk about heavenly.
India's Mindblowing Well Of Death
Officially dubbed the Mauth Ka Kuan or “Well of Death,” brave, daring, or simply foolish Indians from across the country ride their motorcycles along a vertical wall at great speeds. Never mind the potentially fatal outcomes; these participants, generally lacking helmets, inhibition and the use of their hands while riding have recently added cars to their death defying vehicles of...
Russia's Enchanting Underwater Cave
Located near Orda village in the region of Perm, the Orda Cave is the biggest underwater gypsum crystal cave in the world.
Pinterest, Intern With The PBH Network + More
It’s been an exciting month for All That Is Interesting and the PBH Network. We have a photography contest running with ViewBug that you can enter until April 1st. The PBH Network is looking for several interns and PBH is looking for freelance political and culture writers. You can now follow PBH Network on Pinterest, and you can continue to follow the PBH Network on Facebook and Twitter....
The Six Most Beautiful Butterflies
Blue Morpho Butterfly Calling the forests of Central and South America its home, the Blue Morpho Butterfly is one of the world’s largest butterflies. This fluttering creature’s wings are bright blue and have lacy black edges, the result of light reflecting off microscopic scales on the back of their wings. They are not all about aesthetics, however: the underside of this butterfly’s wing is...
Capturing A Staggering Volcano Eruption In Chile
While the photograph above of a volcano eruption in Chile is beautiful, the photographer must be glad to be so far away.
Iglu-Dorf: The Bizarre Luxury Igloo Village
A concept hotel based in Austria, Switzerland, and Andorra, Iglu-Dorf offers daring travelers an Eskimo-esque experience with igloo lodgings. Using 3,000 tons of snow from the Alps and the Pyrenees, these rooms range from 99 euros a night to nearly 500 euros on New Year’s Eve. If interested, you must act quickly: the hotels, like the seasons, are here for a limited amount of time and must...
The Storr On Scotland's Isle Of Skye
The rocky hill of The Storr, located on Scotland’s Isle of Skye, is as stunning today as it was thousands of years ago.
Six Of The World's Most Famous Misquotes
“Let them eat cake” – Marie Antoinette Much celebrated and oft repeated, the infamous statement of “Let them eat cake” is in fact a mistranslation. French monarch Marie Antoinette is falsely believed to have uttered the famous lines when she heard about French people starving due to lack of bread. In actuality, it is thought the term was coined one hundred years earlier by another Marie:...
John F. Kennedy Campaigns In West Virginia In 1960
Considered a battleground state in the 1960 primary election, John F. Kennedy meets with coal miners in West Virginia. Kennedy would best Hubert Humphrey in the election and win 60.8% of the primary vote.
Amazing Soviet Propaganda Posters From The...
The Soviet propaganda posters of the post-World War 2 period focused primarily on glorifying the USSR’s achievements in all of life’s various components, be them social, athletic, technological or economic. As such, the subjects of the posters gradually drifted from wartime images to those of athletes and advancements in space exploration. Throughout the Cold War, the posters sought to...
The Mystical Golden Gate Bridge
Emerging from the fog, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco has never looked more magical in this photograph.
The Dreamlike Installation Art Of Rune Guneriussen
Imagine going on a walk and seeing a tangle of chairs in the mouth of a beach, a thicket of lamps in a forest, or even a river whose bends are marked by yellowed books. And then in an instant—and much like a dream—they’re gone. That’s exactly what Norwegian artist Rune Guneriussen does with his art. He spends hours, maybe days, assembling the pieces and then the minute he takes the...
Photographing Climate Change In Africa
Despite consuming a paltry amount of the world’s resources, many predict that it is the people of Africa who will bear the brunt of climate change’s dastardly effects. From Nigeria to Ghana, African photographers convened at the 2011 Bamako Encounters to give their unique perspectives on the effects of climate change.
The Bucolic Landscape Of Palouse, Washington
If you ever want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, Washington’s pastoral town of Palouse is the perfect place to go.
Six Amazing Images Of Earth Taken From Outer Space
Malaspina Glacier, Alaska The Landsat 7 satellite is responsible for capturing Alaska’s largest glacier, the Malaspina. The coloring of the image has been altered slightly by the satellite’s sensors and has thus made a more vibrant and slightly psychedelic image. Andes Mountains, South America Taken by International Space Station (ISS) Astronaut Douglas Wheelock, this amazing shot...
The Pristine Waters Of Canada's Moraine Lake
The crystal clear waters of Banff National Park’s Moraine Lake in Alberta, Canada are fed primarily by the nearby Fay glacier.
Longleat: The World's Longest Hedge Maze
Added to the historic grounds in 1975, the Longleat Hedge Maze is the largest of several mazes on the property. Constructed of more than 16,000 English yews while covering 1.48 acres and 1.69 miles of pathway, Longleat is the longest hedge maze in the world.
Amazing Soviet Propaganda Posters: Stalin And...
“Let’s raise the generation utterly devoted to the cause of communism!” Viktor Ivanov, 1947 Soviet propaganda posters first appeared following the success of the Russian Revolution. They were used to promote the revolution, stir optimism for a new society (one that stood for literacy and improvement of health care) and to attack opponents of Lenin’s government. Very few newspapers were...