If you’re looking for something spooky to do in Europe this Halloween, there are many eerie sights to see…if you dare. While there are no grand tours for the scariest sights across the continent, you can easily plan a trip for yourself.… Continue Reading
One thing I never understood is why abandoned subway stations and tracks exist throughout New York City. We let these places rot underground in a place where every square foot of real estate is a precious commodity. It just doesn’t… Continue Reading
We talk about ‘saving the planet’ but what we really mean is saving ourselves. The planet was here before us and will be just fine without us. Mother Nature is a powerful force, strong enough to undo all the “progress”… Continue Reading
In less than a century, NYC has transformed from a humble melting pot to a towering metropolis at the center of the world. These incredible photographs showcase how it came to be… Men cut ice from Kissena Lake in Queens,… Continue Reading
“Lucid Dreaming” is an act of rebellion. The dreamer gains control over his actions and thoughts. The subconscious becomes conscious, dreams become a memory. The Lucid Dreamer is like a magician, imposing willpower and constantly struggling with himself, to master… Continue Reading
Понятное дело, мы и на него забрались.
Zurich-based photographer Luca Zanier spent a year exploring 100 power plants, oil tankers, dams, and waste facilities. He photographed everything he saw—the images might surprise you. The processing of oil, coal, uranium, and wind is a fascinating one. But we… Continue Reading
#1 Seoul River, South Korea 1961 If you don’t know much about Vietnam this picture can help explain why South Koreans wanted freedom from the grip of Communism. Times have changed significantly since the Americans helped liberate the Southern Korea.… Continue Reading
“ Chernobyl – 2 ″ is one of the most unique and secret places of the Chernobyl exclusion zone. In the Soviet times it was not even shown on maps, civilians were forbidden to come closer than several kilometers… Continue Reading
Urban landscapes are one of interesting photographic subjects. You can capture a city’s magnificent beauty during sunrise, sunset and night. The fast pace of change in cities also means that there’s always something new or unusual to photograph. I hope… Continue Reading
Buildings in the western Japanese city of Osaka, some 2,250 kilometers (1,400 miles) southeast of Beijing, are shrouded in dense smog Wednesday, February 26, 2014 a day after parts of northern China suffered a sixth straight day of severe pollution.… Continue Reading
In 1984, Sarajevo hosted the Winter Olympics. Just a decade later, the region was torn apart by a bitter years-long conflict, leading to widespread death and suffering. One not-so-familiar effect of this war was the toll it took on the… Continue Reading
1. Villa Zanelli Savona, Italy. Sylvain Margaine / Via forbidden-places.net Villa Zanelli, named after the owners, was built in 1907. A few years later, it was handed over to the nearby city of Milan, which used the land as a campsite. During… Continue Reading
American photographer David LaChapelle took photos of refineries and gas stations he made himself with materials such as cardboards, tea canisters and staws. More creations with vivid and saturated colors in the article.
While many traveling photographers capture beautiful landscapes and the beaming faces of locals, New Zealand native Jonathan Van Smit offers a uniquely dark view of the scenes he became witness to on his ventures in Hong Kong. Rather than sugar-coating… Continue Reading
Brian Clay Brian Clay Pilot Hank Cain courtesy Shawn Reynolds Aaron Firestein Brian Clay Nick Ulivieri Angie McMonigal jnhPhoto Ken Ilio Kevin Roche A quick local news segue, the wintry assault here in Chicago as a result of the Polar… Continue Reading