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Open air theater and rain water collector. Hollowed out in the field, allows you to create a dam for storing rainwater. When empty it can be uesd for open air theatre. Estudio de Arquitectura y Paisaje. Architecture and landscape studio.

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Honda Illusions, An Impossible Made Possible - New CR-V 1.6 Diesel Video

Hand-built floating cabin in Perry Creek, on the island of Vinalhaven, Maine. Photographed by Marcus Peabody.

The third tallest building in the world, the Abraj Al Bait in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, pictured here under construction in March 2011

San Francisco. Vintage photography. Golden Gate Bridge with suspension cables and not enough road yet.

  • Robert Noles

    Fantastic photo! Only been across it six or seven times, but this makes it real!

Man-made craters, scooped out of granular lava cinders, shelter grapevines - from National Geographic, 1969. In La Geria, Lanzarote, the Canary Islands. "This technique gathers water from rain and mist and keeps the plants from the burning Saharan winds."

  • J. E.

    Actually an old photo of Chicago as seen from the John Hancock. Love the fog rolling in off the lake.

Tiger and Turtle – Magic Mountain. Created by Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth.

The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1886.

Grave interruption: Building around a tomb in China - PhotoBlog

Divided Cities

Roger Minick from the Sightseer series

Dinosaurs on the Hudson being transported to the New York World’s Fair, 1964

Housing Development at Different Stages, Las Vegas, NV, March 2005 by Alex Maclean

  • Starship Design

    Scary, in a way. Having grown up in an old east coast town, this sort of ubiquity gives me the creeps. Then again, there's really nothing else going on in that particular landscape. May as well build crappy houses.

  • Renee Chavez

    I lived in Vegas for 13 years and the houses really are crappy. They all look the same and they are all some shade of pinkish brown.

Photographs Offer Mesmerizing Bottom-Up Views Of Hong Kong’s Skyscrapers / via @Simon Starr Wright

Utah's Bingham Canyon Mine, one of the largest active copper mines in the world, had a massive landslide last night, which makes for quite an extraordinary coppery blur against the orderly terraced geometry of the hole itself.

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