Dramatic Views of Worldwide Architecture Captured by Gareth Pon (with a Hidden Twist)
Photographer Gareth Pon (previously) encourages his audience to join in his reinvention of Where's Waldo. His architectural photography relies on depth, pattern, and symmetry, often framing a small piece of the city he's visiting, like the water-covered street below Chicago's "L" or a multi-colored
1035, Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, Shiraz, Iran
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Tokyo's gigantic flood prevention system
The Metropolitan Area Outer Underground Discharge Channel, also known as the G-Cans Project or the "Underground Temple", is an subterranean water...
A view of the south side of High Bay 3 inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Five levels of new work platforms for NASA’s Space Launch System are in view, with the topmost platform, F south, installed about 192 feet above the floor. The F-level work platforms are the fifth of 10 levels of work platforms that will surround and provide access to the SLS rocket and Orion spacecraft for Exploration Mission 1. The Ground Systems Development and Operations…
Touring Fermilab - The Bubble Chamber
Bubble chamber Fermilab has decided to ban photography groups from taking tours. To quote Katie Yurkewicz, the Fermi PR person "Our tour program is not designed to accommodate groups whose primary interest is photography. We are not resourced to be able to regularly guide such tours safely."
Steampunk - Industrial Strength by Mike Savad
Industry sparked a revolution, and being in industry meant having to hold up heavy things. This giant hoist was used for all sorts of things like that. Found in an old machinists shop, they used it to move things using a gantry.