Sometimes the patterns we find in nature are more beautiful than anything we can conceive.
This tree is graceful like a ballerina.
Photographer Walter Mason captured this beautiful set of leaves in Berlin, Germany.
French artist Sylvain Meyer creates art using only materials found in nature such as leaves, sticks and acorns.
What a beautiful sight to randomly come across. Kinda makes you want to go offline and go for a hike, don't it?
I THINK THE DRUGS ARE WORKING. LOL.
This heart-shaped rock is found at the Nakalele Blowhole on Maui, Hawaii.
This looks like a carving of an Inuit face, but it's not a carving. It was found naturally. Wow.
Somebody hand Mother Nature a Kleenex. She's crying. LOL.
Move over, Park. Welcome to Jurassic Forest.
This naturally occurring optical illusion can be found on a hillside in Ebihens, France.
Artist Spencer Byles has been making sculptures with found materials in forests for over 10 years.
Captured by Google Earth above Medicine Hat, Ab, Canada, this land formation looks like a Native American wearing earbuds.
Now that's what you call a perfectly timed photo.
Give me a million tries and I couldn't make a circle that perfect.