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An Abandoned Tour of the Eastern Bloc I Rebecca Litchfield

  In 2013, photographer Rebecca Litchfield was commissioned by Carpet Bombing Culture to photograph the abandoned buildings and areas of the former Soviet Union and its satellite states. Litchfield’s journey took her through ten countries in Eastern Europe to capture what...
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Architecture before AutoCAD

  Before AutoCad, there was… This was my workplace from August 1970 until 1984 when a new office was built and we were all trained in CAD (Computer-aided Design) E. Keeler Co., Williamsport, Pennsylvania USA – June 1980 –Tom Bower    
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This Timelapse of Clouds Looks Like Rolling Ocean Waves in the Sky

    In this remarkable timelapse by Alex Schueth, we see Undulatus asperatus clouds rolling through Lincoln, Nebraska on July 7, 2014. The clouds look like rolling ocean waves in the sky and the effect is greatly enhanced when viewed as a timelapse. Be sure to change...
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Photo of the Day: Balloon Ride in Cappadocia

In this amazing photograph by Gypsy Joyce, we see a number of travellers ascending for balloon rides in Cappadocia, Turkey. This was Joyce’s first ever hot air balloon experience and she captured it beautifully. The area is very popular for balloon rides and costs typically range...
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Photo of the Day I Tokyo

  Guess where it is? (Answer is below the photo) It is TOKYO!   Photo by Sandro Bisaro  
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Finding the Locations of Popular Movie Scenes I Christopher Moloney @ FILMography

  FILMography (FILM + photography) is an ongoing project by Christopher Moloney (@Moloknee) where he finds the actual locations of popular movie scenes and takes a composite image of the movie scene in front of the real-world location it was shot at. Moloney, a journalist...
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The 25 Greatest Architectural Photographers

  These photographers enable us; they have saved us (amateurs) the countless hours of traveling, searching, and waiting for ideal weather and perfect light. The work of these keen eyes abstracts, animates, and valorizes everyday structures grandeur and benign alike. Some of...
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Photo of the Day: Balloon Ride in Cappadocia

In this amazing photograph by Gypsy Joyce, we see a number of travellers ascending for balloon rides in Cappadocia, Turkey. This was Joyce’s first ever hot air balloon experience and she captured it beautifully. The area is very popular for balloon rides and costs typically range...
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Wohnen mit Ruinen

  Ece Atil, Gökce Gürbüz und Yildiz Marie Uz introducing Alinda, Karpuzlu and Orta Mahalle in Turkey as an example of the unit of an ancient site, a traditional village and a modern town.    
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11 Buildings with Funny Faces

1. Photograph by J. Luc (jili’m on Flickr) 2. Photograph by Steve Reed on Flickr 3. Photograph by Bill Kennedy (Le Fromagier Extraordinaire on Flickr) 4. Photograph by Rami Taibah 5. Photograph by Sergio Morchon (Dr. Jaus on Flickr) 6. Photograph by Lauren Manning on Flickr 7....
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Historic Moments Blended Into Present Day Situations – Know Where You Stand I Seth Taras

  Seth Taras is an award-winning artist and photographer from the United States. Back in 2004, Taras created a campaign for the History Channel entitled, Know Where You Stand. The campaign blends historic moments into present day situations. From the famous photo of Hitler...
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The World’s Largest Monastery Library is in Austria

  Jorge Royan / CC-BY-SA-3.0 Admont Abbey is a Benedictine monastery located on the Enns River in the town of Admont, Austria. It is the oldest remaining monastery in Styria and contains the largest monastic library in the world. The abbey is known for its Baroque...
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Builders Celebrate World’s Second Tallest Building Reaching its Peak at 2,037ft

With a cheer, a wave and a peace sign, these construction workers are putting the finishing touches to what has been hailed a symbol of ‘China’s boundless future’. Secured with safety ropes and harnesses, they sit astride the final truss on the top of what will...
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