Over the past 365 days, many unique and gorgeous moments have occured. So to celebrate this year, we've collected some of our favorites images to help us reminisce about the beautiful weather, art exhibits, architecture, pop culture moments, and more that took our breath away.
The queen of color certainly disappoint during this year's big game. The Guinness World Records announced it was the most-watched and highest-rated performance in Super Bowl history. She sang three of her biggest hits, and she even rode a giant metallic lion.
Lady Gaga performed a medley of songs from onstage during the 87th Annual Academy Awards amongst a set of gorgeous trees, intricate floor lighting, an orchestra, and even a back-up choir.
This year, the Tooyooka, Japan festival featured a popular cartoon character named Kureyon Shin-chan, strategically made out of 100,000 tulips. A lot of time and patience was put into this gorgeous garden.
It's safe to say Rihanna stole the show at one of the most anticipated fashion nights of the year. That yellow train will forever be engrained in our memories — and the fur lining didn't hurt either.
This trash-to-treasure pavilion was constructed in New York City by Izaskun Chinchillla Architects, who won the competition, which gave them the opportunity to showcase their modern art on the island over the summer.
In June, Red Sox fans got to take in a lot more than just a baseball game at Fenway Park. After a storm, this red, orange, and purple light show took center stage.
After the Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriage, the White House showcased their pride with a rainbow of lights on the exterior of the famous monument.
Van Gogh's famous "Olive Trees" painting was reconstructed in a midwest farm by artist . Sure, it could only really be seen from a plane, but it was a great honor to celebrate the Minneapolis Institute of Arts' 100th anniversary.
For nine days in August, the city of Campo Maior in Alentejo was taken over the by . What exactly does that entail? The streets are lined with lanterns, transforming the city into a bright and colorful paper garden.
A total of 100,000 balloons made up this floating cloud exhibit in London called Heartbeat. It was designed by Charles Pétillon to represent the Market Building as the heart of the city.
The artist duo created this sculpture using paint and canvas, resulting in an effect that looks like an elevated line drawing. But, we have to say, these doodles look far superior to our high school notebook creations.
Every year Van Cortlandt Manor in celebrates Halloween with over 7,000 pumpkins on display — and this lit up path just might be the most dramatic feature of the entire festival.
The outside of this home in Chicago became part of the annual Terrain Biennial when artist gave it a very special treatment that made it blend seamlessly into the dark sky.
For starters, it's nestled in an olive grove (swoon.). And to make matters even better, it's part of a high-end bed and breakfast, meaning you can rent out this beaut for the night.
Every fall the leaves on this 1,400-year-old tree in China turn bright yellow and fall like a golden wave. Thousands of people flock to the Buddhist Temple of Gu Guanyin to witness the changing color.