You shouldn’t do this. Burning up dried leaves is dangerous and not exactly great for your health and also pollutes the air. So yeah, don’t try this at home. Instead, just watch this video of a guy lighting a huge line of dry leaves doused in gasoline on fire and watch it instantly create this totally crazy fire line.…
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.
Here in North America, the leaves are only just thinking about changing, but in eastern Siberia, the fall foliage is out in force.
Ever find yourself in a field of grass and desperately need a rope? Yeah, me too. Turns out you don’t have to live rope-less, you can just grab a bunch of grass and twist them perfectly into a strong and sturdy rope that can hold much more weight than you think. Here’s how, from NightHawkInLight.
It's the time of year where people go out into rural America seeking swollen gourds and fermented apple juice all in the name of Fall Fun™. And because timing is everything when it comes to these things, this beautiful fall foliage forecast map will aid you in your important quest to see the most chlorophyll-free…
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.
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!
Last week, we looked at bugs. This week, I'm sending you back into the bush to catch more of nature's nuance on the macro level. For this week's Shooting Challenge, photograph the wonder of plants.
If you're worried about broken plates at your next dinner party, but the festivities call for something a little more upscale than Chinet, MoMA's food-safe silicone leaf plates are the perfect solution.
Lorenzo Duran is an artist who likes to work with leaves and knows a lot about paper cutting. He combined these two self-taught skills to create some impressive natural art.
These little "Leaf-It" bookmark Post-Its could technically work with any book, but I'm going to start with The Giving Tree. From Apree designer Sangwoo Nam, they've made the jump from concept to product. And they come on branches: