An adorable short by French animation studio Illogic in which a chorus of forest animals are conducted in an operatic performance by a squirrel.
And here’s how they did it.
Observe the deftly shaded denizens of a spooky forest through a spyglass in this adorably creepy little short by German animator Elenor Kopek.
Go on then, observe them.
Photographer Manuelo Bececco’s stunning portraits of forest canopies.
Picture 3 for the crown shyness win.
With relaxation space on the lower level and sleeping quarters above, the Dolomite Treehouses, designed by architect Peter Pichler, are a series of (conceptual for now) triangular cabins envisioned as satellite suites for an existing hotel.
Sustainably clad in local fir and larch, they’re perched in a forest in North east Italy with spectacular views of the surrounding mountain range.
Stick to the path.
A foggy morning near the banks of the Donau (Danube) river near Vác in Hungary, captured by photographer Gabor Dvornik.
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A multi award-winning needlecrafted stop motion short by Eva Cvijanovic in which a brave hedgehog tackles a variety of forest animals to protect the honour of his woodland home. an adaptation of the children’s poem by Branko Copic – a writer from the former Yugoslavia.
The ethereal, oil painted dreamscapes of artist Gill Bustamante – vibrant, elongated woodland scenes that she describes as:
…a fusion of ‘Expressionist, Impressionist, Semi-abstract, Art Deco, a little Art Nouveau :and whatever mood I’m in that day.