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Photographs of Real People Living Inside Tiny Cardboard Box Dioramas

Box is a project by Belgium photographers Maxime Delvaux and Kevin Laloux, in which they utilized cardboard and miniature dollhouse furniture to create the

#hammersmith #railway #tube #underground #station #london #train #architecture #design #urban #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography...

#hammersmith #railway #tube #underground #station #london #train #architecture #design #urban #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography...

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Shrine at Gyeongbokgung Temple, in Seoul, South Korea by David Pope

Banpo Bridge, South Korea. The Fountain Bridge

Banpo Bridge (South Korea): The Fountain Bridge., the bridge turned into a major tourist attraction, as the bridge pumps out 190 tons of water per minute using the water from the river below.

Cheonggyecheon Stream - Seoul

Cheonggyecheon Stream - Seoul

Seoul at Night by stuckinseoul, via Flickr

Seoul at Night by stuckinseoul, via Flickr

Beautiful Pictures - Community - Google+

A little-known photographer Adnan Bubalo, who now lives and works in the UK, makes incredibly beautiful landscapes which send us into a dreamy world.

Sunrise from Mt. Maebongsan, Seoul

Sunrise from Mt. Maebongsan, a small little park overlooking the Hangang River, Seoul.

Aguas Calientes is a town in Peru on the Urubamba River. It is the closest access point to the historical site of Machu Picchu, which is 6 kilometres away.

Aguas Calientes, Peru~ Aguas Calientes, sometimes referred to as Machupicchu Town, is a town in Peru on the Urubamba River. It is the closest access point to the historical site of Machu Picchu, which is 6 kilometres away or about a hours walk.

Have you ever done this before? Lined up an old picture or postcard with a tourist spot? Awesome effect!

new york, new york, new york ~ Maybe do this with an older picture of the twin towers?

In the spirit of Halloween, let’s discuss an eerie London tale that may or may not be an urban legend – we’re not really sure!  The documentary “Ghosts of the London Underground” (which I recently watched on a British Airways flight between the US and the UK) mentions a train that once rumbled through a tunnel connecting Whitechapel Tube station to the Royal London Hospital – a train with no passengers, or no live passengers at least.  It was known as the Dead Body Train, an ominous title…

Spooky London Legend: Whitechapel's Dead Body Train

Rumours persist of a Dead Body Train running through a London Underground tunnel between Whitechapel and the Royal London Hospital - fact or urban legend?

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Soulful Seoul - Spring Coming in Korea soon

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