The winning images of this year's competition, submitted from photographers from 142 countries, are some of the best travel photos we've ever seen.
While they're beautiful to look at, part of the reason why these pictures are so powerful is that they shed light on troubling socioeconomic and political issues as well.
It turns out some of the most fascinating and beautiful views of wildlife, cityscapes and sports are from above.
No, it's not optical illusions. It's just the sheer magic of photography and a unique perspective.
Taken all over the globe, these images represent the world's very best photographers seeking out beautiful scenes in the most remote corners of our planet. They're incredible.
A house in the middle of a Dover, Delaware street is impeding traffic and eliciting laughter.
Unfortunately, we're not sure science can explain how this puddle seems to turn an unassuming parking garage into a bridge to another dimension.
If you think tattoos are unprofessional, maybe this bona-fide masterpiece will change your mind.
We're not sure which animal we should feel more sorry for — the rabbit or the outfoxed fox.
Man, it's a shame this NASA photographer's camera got totally melted... but it's pretty dang cool the SD card survived to tell its story.
2017 was a rough year in a lot of ways, but it was a stellar year for observing the beauty in nature through a camera lens.
Flickr dug through what its users posted this year and selected its favorite photos — and they're wonderful.
Everyone loves looking at beautiful photos of animals, but do you ever wish we could just get inside their heads and see what they're thinking about?
Another day goes by, another photography contest is here to blow you away with the stunning beauty of the world we live in and the creatures that inhabit it.
Scientists hope that 'Oumuamua, the first object from another part of the Milky Way to be seen traveling through our solar system, can help them learn how other solar systems were formed.
Seriously though. Don't do this. It's illegal and dumb.
What did we do to deserve animals this pure and good?
Look at this dumb can.
Maintenance on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway yielded this core sample of the world famous race track, and a close look at it reveals a lot about its history.
It turns out the apple really doesn't fall too far from the tree — even if they're blown off the branch by gale-force winds.
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