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Animal House: Woodland Creatures Adopt Deserted Cabins

These interior photos by Kai Fagerström depict wild forest inhabitants who have made derelict human-owned dwellings their own – domestic ...

15-Year Photo Project: Construction of a 150-Year Bridge

A photography project well over a decade in the making, these images by Joseph Blum show the human side and vast scale of construction behind the ...

Ghost Architecture: Unconscious Art of Building Demolition

When a free-standing building is razed there is often little left to tell its story, but in places where structures directly abut one another there are ...

Leisure Dives: Planking Meets Parkour & Midair Photography

Parkour and free-running are fine for athletic types, while planking and the lying-down game are great for lazies, but suspended somewhere in between we find ...

Stoned Hipsters: Ancient Greeks in Modern Hipster Attire

We’ve all seen hipsters in the wild, and even if we can’t perfectly define what a hipster is, we know one when we see one. Parisian artist Léo ...

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Rare Visions of the Past: 30 Old Color Photographs

The red banners of Nazi Germany, female factory workers in 1940s America, and views of Paris from the turn of the century are captured in rare color photos.

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Urban Time Lapse: 15 Videos Show Cities at Super Speeds

Watch the frenetic motion of urban scenes around the world in mesmerizing time lapse videos created using thousands of still photographs. Often captured from ...

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15 of the World’s Weirdest Low-Tech Film Cameras

A French revolver that shoots photos, a picture-taking harness for homing pigeons and a human skull are among these weird and unusual film cameras.

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Urban Hybrid: Double-Exposure Photos Fuse London & NYC

While photo shoots can be meticulously staged, sometimes the best shots come with an element of surprise - particularly in the chaotic context of cities.

Kite Cameras: Aerial Photography Accessible to Anyone

Towers convey power, and height is both literally and metaphorically connected to broader and better views ... but now, relatively simple kites can too.

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