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World Heritage Site: Rice terraces of China

Troy Paiva

Passenger Drill Bit from Lost in America by Troy Paiva" Wandering the deserted backroads of the American Southwest, Troy has explored the abandoned underbelly of America since the

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A Massive Rotating Supercell Filmed Near Booker, Texas by Mike Olbinski weather timelapse Texas rain

Lucinda perches on the eagle's head on the corner of New York's iconic Chrysler Building in Manhattan.

Tall storeys: Lucinda Grange's daredevil photography

Lucinda Grange's daredevil photography British adventure photographer Lucinda Grange has travelled the world, scaling famous buildings and s.

For five months a year over a four-year period, self-taught fine art photographer Yu Yamauchi captured these amazing and ever-changing sunrises from the same spot near the summit of Mt. Fuji (10,000 feet above sea). Yamauchi lived in a hut on Mt. Fuji, considered one of the most sacred mountain in

For five months a year over four years, self-taught Japanese photographer Yu Yamauchi lived in a small hut on the top of Mt. Fuji, some feet above sea level, and rose every morning to shoot the absurdly magnificent sunrises.

Progresso das Obras do Metro da Segunda Avenida em Nova Iorque

A New Glimpse Into the Gigantic Construction Project Hidden Below NYC via Gizmodo

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