Alberta’s Skyline Trail is popular for a reason. It offers stunning alpine scenery, exciting hiking, and it’s easy to access. We spent two days trekking it; here’s everything you need to know to tackle it yourself.
It’s the most beautiful time of the year: Fall. And luckily for us, all of you pulled out your cameras to give us a look at the beautiful leaves ranging from Calgary to Croatia.
The leaves of fall are one of the most gorgeous gifts from nature. Every year, we ask you to share your best photo of the season. And as usual, you didn't disappoint.
It's a Gizmodo tradition. Every year, we ask you to photograph the beautiful colors of fall. So for this week's Shooting Challenge, we want you to share your best fall photos, taken any time this year.
At some point when you were a wee child, your parents or teachers probably gave you a simple—but incomplete—explanation of why leaves change color in the fall: green chlorophyll fades to reveal the yellows and oranges that have been there all along. That's true, but that's not the whole chemical story.
It's become something of a tradition. Every autumn, we enlist you to take the most beautiful photos of the most beautiful season that you can. And every year, you outdo yourselves.
Fall isn't the time for delicate cooking to protect svelter waistlines. It's roasted and sugared fruits and fats. Winter is coming. But so is dessert.
A lot of people celebrate the foods of spring—the first green things that sprout from the ground after a thaw. But if spring is about revitalization, autumn is about comfort—sweet and savory spiced foods that fatten you up for winter and pair perfectly with a nap.
This week marks the end of summer and the first days of fall. It also marks the start of fourth annual Fall Shooting Challenge. Don't worry if things are still green by you—the results aren't due next week—but you can enter starting...NOW!
Across much of the world, autumn is the most beautiful time of the year. To celebrate, Gizmodo photographers assembled en masse to capture every color and texture of the season, just to share here with you.
Winter's not here, yet autumn's magic is already leaving. But thanks to a group of sneaky artists we can see the fall season frozen in time in the form of 200 carefully arranged leaves, some wire, and plenty of LEDs.