City of Darkness: Life in Kowloon Walled City The Kowloon Walled City was a singular Hong Kong phenomenon: 33,000 people living in over 300 interconnected high-rise buildings, built without the contributions of a single architect, ungoverned by Hong Kong's safety and health regulations, covering one square city block in a densely populated neighborhood near the end of the runway at Kai Tak airport. In collaboration with Ian Lambot, I spent five years photographing and becoming familiar with the Walled City, its residents, and how it was organized. So seemingly compromised and anarchic on its surface, it actually worked -and to a large extent, worked well. The Walled City was torn down in 1992 but the photographs, oral histories, maps and essays in our book provide the most thorough record of daily life in a place that was a true Hong Kong original. http://www.amazon.com/City-Darkness-Life-Kowloon-Walled/dp/1873200137/ref=sr_1_1? Greg Girard Greg Girard
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Examples of contemporary architecture in the cities of Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin.Photography2013 Examples of contemporary architecture in the cities of Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Avilés, Bilbao. Photography2013 Kali Revisited - More pictures from potash dump Heringen - also known as 'Monte Kali'.Photography2013 Bonjour tristesse - Berlin and Potsdam in autumn / winterDigital Photography, Photography2013 Dubai and Abu Dhabi, 2013. About / Contact : Matthias Heiderich

About / Contact : Matthias Heiderich

Arkitekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander / Architekturfotografie Rasmus Norlander
Ben Stockley / Yellow Road
Brendan Austin: Studio
Cenci Goepel and Jens Warnecke | Hamburg | Germany
Christian Stoll Photographer
IDL TIFF fileAgriculture is one of the oldest and most pervasive human impacts on the planet. Estimates of the land surface affected worldwide range up to 50 percent. But while driving through the seemingly endless monotony of wheat fields in Kansas may give you some insight into the magnitude of the change to the landscape, it doesn't compare to the view from above. When seen from space, those same boring wheat fields are transformed into a strange and even beautiful pattern. Crop Tops: Strange Agricultural Landscapes Seen From Space | Wired Science Crop Tops: Strange Agricultural Landscapes Seen From Space | Wired Science
David Ryle
duncanloughrey.co.uk
Earth from Above a collection of aerial photography "Earth From Above" is the result of the aerial photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand's five-year airborne odyssey across six continents. It's a spectacular presentation of large scale photographs of astonishing natural landscapes. Every stunning aerial photograph tells a story about our changing planet.

Earth from Above a collection of aerial photography

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HOME : Phillip Reed HOME : Phillip Reed Unit 21 was offline for "planned refuelling" and Unit 22 for "improvements to flood defences for extreme events". BBC, 19 March 2014 (work in progress)Art Direction, Creative Direction, Photography2014 An exploration of our relationship with the city, of particular interest is the way that the city is inextricably linked to the existence of human beings and the continuous process of interaction between the two.Art Direction, Creative Direction, Photography2010 “We have turned the city into a surface where no square inch is left unspoken for, within the context of some kind of vision. In settings such as this, we are not supposed to misbehave, to die, to beg, to fight, to be drunk…That eerie abstraction of the generic haunts us.”
JAMES MORRIS : photographer
Joe Wright - photographs
Josef Schulz - fotografische Arbeiten
Kiran Master
Kiran Master - Portraits 2
Lee Mawdsley
North Korea is one of the most secretive countries in the world. Most images of life in this state that are released in the mainstream media display military exercises and grandiose parades. British photographer Charlie Crane traveled to Pyongyang, the capital city, and obtained permission to photograph daily life in North Korea. PHOTOS: A Rare Glimpse Into Daily Life In The Capital Of North Korea PHOTOS: A Rare Glimpse Into Daily Life In The Capital Of North Korea
Stephen Vernon Clarke :: Photography & Film
TETTAMANTI
Thomas Bangsted

Tom Robinson Travel Photography: Central America

The diversity within South America is staggering, mountains, glaciers, deserts and waterfalls. It has them all. Over the course of six months I travelled down Chile, up Argentina, around Bolivia and through to Peru. What I saw and experienced along the way will live with me forever. As we arrived at a small village in Bolivia I spotted this group playing a game of football. Tom Robinson Travel Photography: Central America
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