Nicholas Watson

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Warsaw's lost architecture portrayed in miniature

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Many splendid pieces of Warsaw's architecture are gone or disfigured forever — victims of war and communism. But now some can …

Zero-emissions house charges itself and your car

Gallery: Zero-emissions house charges itself and your car<p>Gallery: Zero-emissions house charges itself and your car<p>+ 3<p>+ 2<p>+ 1<p>Architecture firm Snøhetta …

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Crumbling Church's Glassy Addition Displays its 'Wounds'

The dilapidated religious complex of <b>Sant Francesc</b> in Santpedor, Spain was in such bad shape that in 2000 the site's convent was demolished by the state, with only a modest church left standing. The roof of the remaining structure, which was built by Franciscan monks between 1721 and 1729, had …

15 Astonishing Photos Capture A Whole Day In One Shot

Photographer Stephen Wilkes painstakingly blends thousands of images to form his stunning works of art.

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Strange Photos & Weird Illusions Before The Era Of Photoshop

In an era where thousands of glossy magazine covers peer down their nose at you from the shelves, each complete with countless hours of retouching, …

NASA ponders airship city above Venus

NASA is floating the idea of a permanent human city above the surface of Venus using blimps so astronauts can study one of the most hostile …

Dubai Buildings Are So High, You Can Look Down at the Clouds

Daniel Cheong's surreal cityscape photos capture some of the world's tallest skyscrapers engulfed in fog. The photographer stakes out incredible vantage points in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to shoot the tops of ghostly gray buildings as they puncture the thick carpet of fog.<p>Because …

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