During the first few minutes of the rather curious documentary Around the world in 60 minutes, shown recently on BBC Four, there is a stunning short sequence of the Space Shuttle Atlantis (mission
In a similar realm to the virtual bleeding into the real [https://newsfeed.kosmograd.com/the-virtual-bleeds-into-the-real/] (still the most popular post on this blog), these amazing images of St. Petersburg [http://fima-psuchopadt.livejournal.
Spend any time on FFFFound [http://ffffound.com/], and you'll probably come across this image sooner or later: Seemingly defying gravity, an impossible cantilever, a tethered spaceship made from corrugated iron
The web site of Branislav Kropilak [http://www.kropilak.com/] now features larger scale images of the beautiful parking garages series, and the stunning billboards series of photographs. In the Garages [http://www.
Hidden Towns, by Austrian photographer Gregor Graf, offers a fascinating view of the contemporary city. With careful retouching, Graf removes his images completely of signs and symbols. What is left is unsettling, the