The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in Europe and lies in the amazing Alps. It stand at a dazzling 4,808 meters high.
Esteban Wautier captured the Mont Blanc like the magical mountain it is.
Credit: Esteban Wautier [ 13 photos total ]

Some 188,000 residents are evacuated as a crumbling overflow channel at America's tallest dam shows severe erosion during a wet Northern California winter. [ 18 photos total ]

Highlights from the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. [ 25 photos total ]

For more than 100 years, the Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club has been countering crime with a love of horses. The non-profit, based in north Philadelphia, provides a safe environment for local teens to escape a community overcome by gang violence and unemployment. Photographer Ann Sophie Lindström spent several months documenting the organization to complete her interactive project, “Don’t Fence Me In.” At first, the horsemen were not impressed by Lindström, but when she started sharing prints with them, they warmed to European photographer. “The horses give them an opportunity to get away from everything that is going on in their lives,” she said. “Horses can heal troubled souls. That is something I experienced myself.” [ 19 photos total ]

Memorable moments at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. [ 5 photos total ]

Sinkholes can be deadly, swallowing residents and damaging infrastructure. [ 17 photos total ]

Pin-up photoshoots were a dime a dozen in the late 30's, but Bruce Mozert changed the game with his revolutionary underwater scenes.
The American photographer exploded into the mainstream media in 1938 with his dazzling shots of models reading, cooking, and drinking champagne on the ocean floor. Mozert built a waterproof casing for his camera, and used condensed milk to create the amazing 'smoke' effect seen in one photo, since its fat content would cause it to rise. His project may have been low budget, but it was definitely high on innovation.
The photos captured became promotional tools for Silver Springs, the location of the shoot. They helped increase tourism to the coastal city in Florida, known for its crystal clear waters, and jumpstarted Bruce Mozert's career in photography. [ 14 photos total ]

Valentine’s day is approaching and many will turn to the boring card islands in supermarkets hopelessly searching for the one that stands out. Fortunately, Bored Panda conveniently collected a list of Valentine's day cards which let you express your love in a fun and unconventional way and without being overly romantic about it.
Some of these honest love cards are cheeky, others are adorably funny but mostly they let you celebrate the little things in a relationship that matters the most. Which card would you give to your significant other? Comment below and don't forget to vote as well! [ 10 photos total ]

It’s a good job that these vertical forests in Nanjing, China are going to produce 132 pounds (60kg) of oxygen every day, because they’ll literally take your breath away when you see them.
They’re called the Nanjing Towers, and once they’re complete in 2018 they’ll be Asia’s first ever vertical forests. Designed by Italian architect Stefano Boeri, each tower will stand 656ft and 354ft respectively, and between them they’ll house over 1,000 trees and approximately 2,500 shrubs from 23 different local species. The taller tower will contain offices, a museum, a green architecture school and a rooftop club, while the smaller tower will house a rooftop pool and a 247-room Hyatt hotel. Balconies will afford visitors stunning views of the dizzying vertical forests that are intended to help regenerate local biodiversity. These aren’t the first vertical forests that Stefano has designed however. Two have already been built in Milan and similar buildings have been planned for Lausanne, Switzerland. In an increasingly polluted world, these green designs are a real breath of fresh air. [ 6 photos total ]

The Piton de la Fournaise, on the French Indian Ocean Reunion Island, is one of the world's most active volcanoes. [ 14 photos total ]

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