New York City buildings captured by photographer Marc Yankus. All images courtesy of Marc Yankus
Would you sleep in this shark suite? French design agency Ubi Bene has collaborated with airbnb on an underwater accommodation — not suitable for the faint of heart. 360 degree transparent glass walls encircle a round bed, small side tables, and a bookshelf, offering a panoramic view of 35 live sharks swimming in the surrounding
Photographer Betsy Pinover Schiff offers a new perspective on America’s greatest urban park –exclusively from windows and terraces of more than 100 private apartments and offices on all four sides of the 840-acre Park. She captures both the dramatic and lyric moods evoked by the grand vistas of the Park’s natural beauty in its changing
all images via: source Situated in the middle of Siberia, this wonderful village called Oymyakon of Russia is widely thought to be the known coldest lived place on the universe. A temperature of – 90 F was noted there in 1933 the lowest noted temperature for any for all time inhabited place in the world.
For two years Rizsavi Tamás, a Hungarian photographer was capturing the beauty of his hometown Budapest covered by fog… all images: Rizsavi Tamás
That was the idea behind photographer Akhil Suhas’s 6-month trip across the country with a Gandalf costume. all image via: akhilsuhas
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Plague Fort, Saint Petersburg