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Snow ghosts: haunting images of derelict Soviet infrastructure

Danila Tkachenko is a Russian photographer whose series <i>Restricted Areas</i> crystallises the tendencies of many artists working on themes of the …

Abandoned Buildings

VIVO • Collective of photographers • Street photography

Tourist Illegally Documents Trip to North Korea and Shares Insightful Photos He Smuggled Home

Earlier this year, London-based photographer Michal Huniewicz traveled to one of the most curious countries in the world—North Korea. He was accompanied by a small tour group and two guides who took them around the capital city of Pyongyang. As you might expect, this trip was not an easy one to …

Brutalist Architecture Photos - London Buildings - e-architect

<i>Brutalism London, Architecture Photos, UK Building Pictures, News, Design, Property, Image</i><p>Brutalism : London Brutalist Architecture Photos<p>Brutalist …

Brutalism in the city

The Fragility Of Nature Captured By Daniel Beltrá

Spanish Photographer Daniel Beltrá’s passion for environmental conservation is evident in his stirring images of the natural world.Read more

Conservation

Minimal Belgrade: Futuristic photography series captures Belgrade’s 20th-century architecture

If you're a fan of architecture then this series by Mirko Nahmijas, entitled Minimal Belgrade, should be right up your street. Documenting the …

archatlas: Nature’s Tiniest Architects Nicky Bay Nicky Bay is the master of capturing the exceptionally small, photographing insects typically passed over without acknowledgement or recognition. The Singapore-based photographer stays acutely aware of these tiny creatures, using macro photography to highlight each minuscule detail. While taking a closer look at the micro world found deep in the rainforest, Bay began to notice tiny structures built by his favorite subject. The bug buildings appear manmade—tiny log cabins, gates, tents, and fortresses blocking each insect from the world just beyond their carefully placed twigs and segments of silk. You can see on his macro photography blog or follow his day-to-day macro photography on Facebook. Images and text via (via archatlas)

Macro monsters: Jumping spiders up close, in pictures

Insects

Bugs for Everyone! Awesome Insect Photos Shared in Free Project

A new photography initiative is building a collection of high-resolution insect images and placing them online for anyone to download and use for …

Tokyo Ohanami Spring Photography

Every year in late March or early April, Japanese enjoy Ohanami, traditional custom to appreciate the beauty of cherry blossoms called Sakura. A …

Photography

Photographer captures the bewitching, neon beauty of Tokyo on a dark rainy night

If you've never seen Tokyo at night, then Scottish graphic designer Liam Wong implores you to visit Japan immediately. Working in the video games …

Photography