Hopscotch Stairs in Sydney. They light up when people walk up the stairs. Photo by shescrazy, via Flickr
Colosseum Reflecting by Sienar on Flickr
'kolonihavehus' by new york-based artist tom fruin in collaboration with coreact is an outdoor sculpture consisting of a thousand pieces of found plexiglass. located in the open riverfront plaza of the royal danish library in copenhagen, denmark, the installation largely resembles the form of a simple house clad in a vibrant and complex skin of plexiglass squares and steel framing, offering a visual and lighting effect close to a stained glass window.
Bamberg Dome, Germany ~ Photography by Hipydeus
Deteriorating Architecture in Abandoned Buildings
Louisiana Old State Capitol Building, Baton Rouge, LA Photographed by Jill Tarchala
Reed Flute Cave is a brilliant cave marked on almost all travel itineraries in Guilin (China). Cave got its name from the green reeds growing outside it, in which people make flutes. In the water eroded cave is a spectacular world of various stalactites, stone pillars and rock formations created by carbonate deposition. Illuminated by colored lighting, fantastic scenery found in many variations along this 240-meter cave-term.