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Strange Reflections

“As an airliner approached its landing at Chicago’s O’Hare airport a rare glimpse of a reflected upside down city leapt forth from a break in the dusk time clouds, looking like something that should belong in the land of Faerie. … Continue reading

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117-Year-Old Color Postcards Reveal A Glimpse of Tunisian Culture at the Turn of the 20th Century

A street in Kairwan These gorgeous color postcards of Tunisia were created using the Photochrom process, and are part of The Library of Congress’ Photochrom collection. Invented by a Swiss printer in the 1880s, the Photochrom process is a technique for applying realistic color … Continue reading

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Above Chicago

Chicago-based photographer Nick Ulivieri specializes in architecture, food, and aerial photography. Ulivieri takes some of the best photos of Chicago year-round, aerial or otherwise. “I like my verticals parallel, my skies wild, bold color, and shooting above Chicago.” Website / Instagram / Flickr via [Colossal]

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Artist Skillfully Folds Single Sheets of Paper Into Expressive Origami Animals

“Origami extraordinaire Gonzalo Garcia Calvo meticulously crafts expressive and imaginative paper creatures. Using only his hands and a single, square sheet of colorful paper, the Madrid-based artist brings the animal kingdom to life through intricate folds.” via [MyModMet]

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Südtirol by Andreas Levers

A few breathtaking landscape photos taken by media-designer Andreas Levers during a trip to the Dolomites. Website / Behance / Twitter  

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Macro Photos of Cityscapes In Water Drops

Brooklyn Bridge – NYC Belgrade-based photographer Dusan Stojancevic depicts metropolises contained within tiny droplets of rainwater. “The story starts 15 years ago with a photo from my window. I kept this technique and photos away from public as I wanted to … Continue reading

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Lonely Houses by Sejkko

Because being alone is not the same as being lonely Lonely Houses is a photography series by Manuel Pita aka Sejkko. “My houses often have the vibrancy of the place where I grew up, but they may confuse the viewer,” the artist says. … Continue reading

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The Coincidence Project by Denis Cherim

This ongoing series called the Coincidence Project is a project by photographer Denis Cherim. Each photo captures a moment of harmonious alignment of everything. Denis Cherim / Flickr / Facebook via [Booooooom]  

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Abandoned In Place: Preserving America’s Space History

Launch Ring,  Apollo Saturn Complex 34, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, 1990 These beautiful haunting images are by Chicago-born photographer Roland Miller. Miller has photographed the American Space Program for 25 years. His photographs are included in numerous permanent … Continue reading

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Budapest Daylight by Greg Florent

French photographer Greg Florent creates a stunning series of time-lapse photos showcasing the magic of Budapest both day and night in a single shot. “Buda… Pest… two characters separated by the Danube. Day… night… two atmospheres separated by an invisible … Continue reading

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