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J Henry Fair's aerial photos capture the beauty and the horror of the planet's industrial sites. 

Lonely Skyscrapers

Tuesday April 25, 2017

Here’s something you don’t see every day: photos of skyscrapers all on their lonesome. Photographer Florian Mueller is the genius behind the lens.

Aussie photographers Greta van der Star and Tim Flower stumbled on this abandoned 1960s-era hotel while driving through New Zealand. We're sure glad they had their cameras on them.

Not to be confused with Ghana (which it occasionally is), Guyana literally translates to ‘Land of Many Waters’. Which helps explain Australian photographer Matthew Dunne's latest photo series.

Here’s a website that does exactly what it says on the box, listing every strangely shaped water tower keeping the thirsty citizens of Poland hydrated.

Here are some nice photos of Russians commuting, to help make your own commute go a little faster.

As one writer points out, the place looks just like Jurassic Park. After the dinosaurs break out.

Photographer Frank Hertfort finds real-life fairy tales in everyday Russia.

This New Jersey holiday town is losing its kitschy motels one by one. Good thing photographer Mark Havens is here to preserve their memory.

365 Bands in 365 Days

Tuesday February 21, 2017

Last year, photographer Zo Damage set herself a challenge: see a band a day for 365 days, and take good photos of each of them. Mission accomplished.

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