Here are the internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
Filmmaker Harun Mehmedinović's latest time-lapse project captures clouds drifting through the Grand Canyon in a phenomenon known as full cloud inversion. It's pretty spectacular. – Daniel, editorial assistant
Thoroughly enjoying NPR's How I Built This podcast. Especially the episode with Maureen and Tony Wheeler, the hippie travelers who turned their love of adventure into well-known travel guide series Lonely Planet. – Berit, editor
For our readers in London: Check out Beetles+Huxley's exhibition on Joel Meyerowitz, a pioneer of color photography in America, which runs through June 24. – Daniel
For anyone looking to brush up on their French or learn a new language, Brooklyn-based Coucou bridges traditional and contemporary French culture in a series of fun classes run by two cousins raised France. – Berit
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM
Announcing! Our new concierge service, the Fathom Travel Desk.
The Hamptons: Fall in love with a luxurious BnB in Watermill.
Nashville: Where to stay in the Music City right now.