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Even the 1930s-era blast furnaces can’t thaw the frozen time.

On your marks, get set, twiddle knobs.

In one of the most isolated towns in the world, hunting isn’t a hobby or even a way of life; it’s a means of survival. But that could all be about to change.

The Overlooked Art of the Motel

Tuesday June 04, 2019

Motels are usually just places we stay in on the way to more celebrated landmarks. But as these photos show, there's plenty about them worth celebrating.

The Jefferson Grid project uses Google Earth to chart the planet, one square-mile of land at a time.

Take your protein pills and put your helmet on.

Saying goodbye to Vietnam's improbably stacked motorcycles.

It was the theft of $1500 that began photographer Daniel Hartley-Allen's series of confronting – though often beautiful – photos of outback Australia.

Here are some younger churches to marvel at while Notre-Dame gets its beauty sleep.

You can almost smell the popcorn in these gyms, churches, discos and supermarkets.

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