Jules Verne would be so jealous! Salina Turda, a gigantic salt mine in Romania, offers you a real journey to the center of the earth. nce serving as a crucial source for salt, it has been modernized into a trending tourist attraction with lots of activities like romantic boat rides in the underground, a mini golf track, bowling lanes, etc.
U.S. artist Phillip K. Smith III has created a striking and original piece of installation art called Lucid Stead in the desert near Joshua Tree, California that has been turning heads due to the graceful and beautiful way in which it interacts with its environment. To create the striking piece, Smith took a 70-year-old homestead cabin and ripped out parts of the walls, replacing these strips with mirrors.
Stereo 3D views of cities and landscapes from around the world. These can be viewed without any equipment, just using Parallel Viewing as described here http://www.jrsdesign.net/cross_parallel_viewing.html
This is all a bit of an experiment, they were all created using Maps on my iPhone and the screen grab feature. Let me know what you think, and sorry if you get a bit of a headache.
See lots more of these from many other cities and places in this gallery http://andrewbrooksphotography.com/view-main-gallery.php?id=111
As an adventurer myself, I cannot help but wonder what really is the truth behind Atlantis? This remarkable, yet so mysterious city is know to has been dissipated way back in history when writers like Plato, still remembered of its existence. But despite the unbelievable legends of mysterious powers sinking this wonderful place, has Plato really told us the truth? Why Atlantis still remains a mystery for us? Learn the answers refracted to the prism of our modern world? Reveal the secrets of this mystery!
In a project Paul’s Cleaning Melbourne decided to undertake, we searched for Melbourne’s most amazing abandoned buildings. From unnamed motels to decaying freight trains, you can see the raw beauty of locations which used to burst with life. Today, these three amazing spots are forgotten by most.
Revisited by local photographers determined to capture the mystical appeal of these spots. Naturally, merciless as ever time has not spared them… and neither have vandals. Some spots like Heather (a local factory) have their one-of-a-kind architecture to protect them against graffiti and destruction. Others like the Anonymous Motel didn’t share its fortune.
Photographer Greg Girard, in collaboration with Ian Lamboth, spent five years living and knowing the residents of Kowloon Walled City before demolished.
Kowloon Walled City used to be the most densely populated place on Earth, with 50,000 people living overcrowded, crammed into few blocks. Starting 1974, the city became the haven for criminals and drug users and was run by the Chinese Triads, well known for brothels, casinos, cocaine parlours and opium dens. In 1992, Kowloon Walled City got demolished.
This serie by Greg Girard pictures perfectly the city cruel reality.
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Ever wondered what Michael Jordan‘s house might look like? New York-based Concierge Auctions recently released a video-tour through Michael Jordan’s residence. Originally listed at $29 million USD, the house is now being auctioned on November 22 to the highest bidder.
Get involved! Help support this ambitious collaboration by famed contemporary artist Nick Cave and his iconic Soundsuits, the eclectic electro LA band OKKO, and the cross disciplinary design practice Affect Studio!
Set to the music of OKKO’s new single, “I Am A Stranger,” this LA love story will explore the unique characteristics of the Soundsuits as they travel through the adventures of everyday life in Los Angeles and find their way back to each other.