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Who said that math was uncool?


Nikki Graziano’s photo series, ‘Found Functions’, defies the commonly-thought notion of the boring and geeky subject.


Part mathematician, part photographer, Graziano gracefully combines art and math as she uses complex equations to explain the occurrence of beautiful natural slopes and undulations around us.






From the architect. On a heavily wooded site adjacent to a lake in Milwaukee’s western fringe, Robert Oshatz was asked to design a home for a growing family. The site originally contained a house that was unsuitable for the family’s needs and was demolished. The owners recognized the site’s natural beauty, however, and stressed the importance of retaining all of the trees that existed on the site. The clients wanted a building, constructed from natural materials, which acted as one with its environment and provided unobstructed views and connections to the surrounding landscape.

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This glistening beach is not part of a magical Disney or Pixar sequence – it’s actually a perfectly natural occurrence.

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Canadian Hot Air Balloon Championships in High River, on September 27, 2013.

Photo credit: The Canadian Press, Jeff McIntosh / AP

Festival in Haikou, Hainan Island, China, on June 24, 2013.

Photo credit: Rex Features

Gunjan Sinha, National Geographic

Photograph by Gunjan Sinha, 9 May 2013

“The day began as any other storm-chasing day in the Canadian Prairies. My girlfriend and I followed this particular storm from its birth and observed as it formed this gorgeous shelf structure eight hours later, at the end of the day. The photo was taken just southeast of Fillmore, Saskatchewan, along Highway 33.”

Source: National Geographic / Photo of the Day
See all photos in Gunjan Sinha’s Gallery


Stunning Blown Glass


The morning of winter

The morning of winter

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