I found this collection of amazing pictures on Imgur. It’s photographs of abandoned places around the world that are marvelously beaufitul. Unfortunelty I have no idea whom the photographers are, and I’d love to give them the recognition, so if you know let me know! Our world is pretty beautiful, no? If only I’d have the fortune to visit these places, I’d be a lucky cookie! 15th century monastery in the Black Forest in Germany …
När jag var yngre bodde jag (som jag tidigare berättat) 4 år i Malaysia och under den tiden åkte vi gärna runt och besökte små-öar i trakterna, både i Malaysia och Thailand. Thailand och Malaysia var båda två länder som verkligen hade allt, sol och bad, vacker natur, en rik historia, ett kulturarv som hette duga och så ett väldigt intressant stadsmiljö. Jag har ännu inte var tillbaka ännu och vi flyttade ifrån Malaysia 1998. …
Beautiful and amazing photography by Daniel Kukla with the help of a mirror and breathtaking scenery at the Joshua Tree National Park. Brilliant photography by the biologist-gone-photographer.
Amazing pictures, but unfortunetly Sources & Photographers are unknown. If you know who took these pictures, I’d appreciate a comment so that I can give props to those who deserve it.
I love mysterious and breathtaking islands. Just the feel of walking along the cliffs edge, the silence, the waves crashing, the serenity…. Give me a trip to the Faroe Islands! Photos by the awesome Marco Paoluzzo
Brilliant, no??? I love these Day to Night pictures by Stephen Wiikes, a cool project showing that the city never truely sleeps. There is so much to see in each picture, they are so detailed and billiant.
The world is really a wonderful place… it’s it? Check this place out… Green Lake is located in Tragoess, Austria. Snowy, cold and dry during the winter, surrounded by picturesque mountains. Beautiful alps made for hiking, skiing and other winter adventures. When the spring sun starts melting the snow and ice from the mountains the valley fills with water, forming a real wonder. An underwater world with the park paths, trees and benches with crystal clear …
A Path in a Forest is an elevated walkway in the Kadriorg forest in Tallinn, Estonai. It was created by the archetectural firm Tetuo Kondo. The walkway is 95 meters long, it is supported by straps fastened to the trees. It’s beautiful and serine. [Source]