J. Wesley Brown’s vivid nighttime portraits of bus riders are a refreshing look at a rarely seen side of Los Angeles. The city’s freeway interchanges are iconic, but for many Angelinos, these bus stop dwellers represent an even more authentic feeling of home.
Berlin is a great but intriguing city with heavy history. Most of the older city was lost in the heavy bombardments of the second world war. Fortunately some beautiful places survived. But there is so much, more recent history to enjoy in this city.
Mads Nissen is a talented photographer based in Copenhagen, Denmark who shoot awesome documentary and photojournalisn shoots for Time Magazine, Newsweek, Der Spiegel, Stern, Geo, Sunday Times Magazine, D magazine, l’Espresso magazine, Foto8, 6...
Teufelsberg (German for Devil's Mountain) is an artificial hill in west Berlin built by Second World War rubble. On top of that hill is where the American National Security Agency (NSA) built one of its largest listening stations.
The construction of the Sathorn Unique tower in Bangkok began in the early '90s when the Thai economy was booming. The Asian Financial Crisis changed all that as the tower was abandoned in 1997, when the construction was 80% completed.
These do seem a little computer-generated, but interesting nonetheless. A collection of bokeh photographs of Tokyo at night by Takashi Kitajima who blurs buildings and bridges into beautifully abstract landscapes.