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10 of the most colourful buildings around the world

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Colours move us so many different ways. It can affect the way we feel or experience something. These architects make a excellent use of colours in their…

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Amazing Photos of Trees Frozen in Subzero Temperatures

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Traveling to the Finnish Lapland in the frigid cold of winter, Niccoló Bonfadini has managed to snap shots of these frozen trees as though they are alien creatures emerging from the ground. With temperatures ranging from -40°C to -15°C, Bonfadini insists that the bitter cold was actually bearable, given the beautiful view. The photographer patiently camped out on the scene and awoke early enough to set up his camera for some truly spectacular shots of the landscape just before sunrise. One of his images, titled Sentinels of the Arctic, even wound up catching the eye of NASA as the Astronomy Picture of the Day.


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If The Planet Really Did Revolve Around Your City: Isidro Blasco's 3D Urban Panoramas

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When you’re in a big city humming with activity, it’s not unusual to feel like the world revolves around you. On each trip to a new place, artist Isidro Blasco climbs up to the tallest buildings and documents what exactly “the world” looks like through the city’s eyes.

The result: the “Planet” series, which takes us to the bubbles of places like New York, São Paulo, Sydney, and Madrid.

The artist assembles photographs into meticulously circular panoramas. Reminding us that Photoshop techniques have origins in the physical world, each series is painstakingly incised and trimmed by hand. The three-dimensional works challenge perceptions of our everyday "orbits" through their creative use of representation.

 

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What do you see through your city?