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Depictions of Architectural Density in Hong Kong I Michael Wolf

  Born in Munich and now living in Hong Kong, award-winning photographer Michael Wolf has focused his career on capturing life in mega cities. Many of his projects document the architecture and vernacular culture of metropolises. Wolf grew up in Canada, Europe and the United...
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Rooftopping Photos I Aurelie Curie

  Aurelie Curie is an urban and industrial photographer. On Flickr she has an incredible photostream of urban exploration (or Urbex) and rooftopping photos. ‘Rooftopping’ is a niche of Urban Exploration that involves scaling the roofs of tall buildings (usually without...
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Exploring Dubai from the Rooftops of Buildings I Vadim Makhorov

  If you’re interested in urban exploration, rooftopping, cityscapes and/or industrial architecture, the Sifter highly recommends the LiveJournal blog of Vadim Makhorov. Vadim is a talented photographer with a knack for finding vantage points of cities that most people will...
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Breathtaking Time Lapse Shows Landscapes Shaped by Time

  “Shaped by Time” is a time-lapse film by Enrique Pacheco that explore the power of nature through the erosion and ongoing transformations of famous landscapes. – Filmed by Enrique Pacheco – Music by Péter Nanasi – Shot with Sony A99 – Sony A7 and Zeiss...
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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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San Francisco Earthquake Photos Blended Into Present Day I Shawn Clover

  On April 18, 1906, a devastating earthquake struck San Francisco and the coast of Northern California. Fires across the city broke out, ravaging the city for several days. As a result, about 3,000 people died and 80% of San Francisco was destroyed. The earthquake and...
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600 Year Old Tower in Front of a Modern High Rise

  In the foreground is Eschenheimer Turm, the oldest and most unaltered building in the Innenstadt district (city center) of Frankfurt, Germany. Erected at the start of the 15th century (1426-28), the tower was a city gate that was part of the late-medieval fortifications of...
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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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Bright and Alive Patterns I Jared Lim

  Jared Lim is an emerging Singapore talent who captures unique architectural photos from around the world. He is astute at finding and photographing geometry, lines and curves. His Urban Exploration series includes photos took during his travel-related career to cities...
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Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever

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RoomScan Get a Floor Plan in Minutes Just by Walking Around the Room

  Can’t find your tape measure or too lazy to draw up that room in CAD? Never fear, RoomScan is here! Just by waving your iPhone around and tapping it to each wall of a space, you can get a floor plan drawn up in minutes. “One would be forgiven for thinking RoomScan...
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15 Restaurants In Unforgettable Settings

  From high in the sky to under the sea, these 15 restaurants with unique surroundings are a feast for the eyes. Whether you’re stepping into the past or gazing as far as the eye can see, these restaurants are sure to provide a memorable dining experience for your next meal....
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