The Spanish Association of Olympic Sports (ADO) made a calendar featuring different Olympic sports sepia photos in a steampunk-ish style. Each month shows various sports. It is said that some famous Spanish athletes took part in the photoshoot.
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Kyle Cassidy traveled 15,000 miles over two years photographing Americans in their homes and asking one question: “Why do you own a gun?” A good question, particularly since most of these guns are not easily reconcilable with the notion of self-defence and their true place should be somewhere in the Armed Forces. All the photo […]
The largest city in the Midwest with all its lights and modern urban infrastructure is just breathtaking! Built in 1973 Sears Tower, one of the main Chicago’s attractions remained the world’s tallest building for 25 years. The city’s waterfront allure and nightlife has attracted residents and tourists alike. Here are some of the most amazing […]
Flocke is a polar bear cub who was born in captivity at the Nuremberg Zoo in Nuremberg, Germany on 11 December 2007. Flocke was taken from her mother, Vera, after zookeepers noticed unusual activity by Vera and also after another female polar bear at the Nuremberg zoo, Vilma, had eaten her two cubs on 7 […]
The storms forced the Dutch cargo ship Artemis to run aground in Les Sables d’Olonne, on the French west coast. It’s amazing how neatly it now stands in the middle of the beach!
Smart and convincing advertising campaign by the German job search site. Big ads are printed full-size on the side of different vending machines, ATMs, etc.
There are a few high-detail life sculptors out there that provide an awesome caliber of realism; sculpture so life-like that even under the closest scrutiny you expect it to move. But, what is most important for Thomas is to create “the character” first and foremost. Here are some of his characters with their legends.
These might be either photoshop or some really amazing buildings, I would like to live in.
The Queen Elizabeth II (QE2) luxury ship yesterday left Melbourne (Australia) for the last time before being retired as a floating hotel in Dubai in November this year.
Kolmanskop is a ghost town in southern Namibia, a few kilometres inland from the port of Lüderitz. In 1908, Luederitz was plunged into diamond fever and people rushed into the Namib desert hoping to make an easy fortune. Within two years, a town, complete with a casino, school, hospital and exclusive residential buildings, was established […]
Apparently people in China cannot have their own opinion! This is how the interviews with random people are held in the country.
The Salar de Uyuni, a sea of salt, a salt desert, in southwestern Bolivia, was once an inland sea, or giantsalt water lake, but the water vanished into the thin dry air of Andean altitude. All that remains is the salt, tens of meters thick, lying stark beneath bright sky: a sun-bleached skeleton of a […]