Merge II by Gus Petro, 2013.
‘Merge’ is the last part of a project series which explores two opposite feelings through the photos of places located in USA. In this project two opposite places are merged into one: New York City, where, it seems like, everyone wants to live there, and Grand Canyon / Death Valley, which are unlivable.
Interior renderings of 432 Park Avenue. Rafael Viñoly, NYC
Photo by Dominic Kamp, August 2013.
Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy.
Overlooking Sydney. Stunning view from inside The Hyde apartment building.
(via – Arhitektura+)
Castelvecchio Calvisio in morning clouds. Abruzzo, Italy, October 2012
Photo by Hans Kruse
Coastline from the Hotel Polumbo, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Italy.
Photo by Richard Nowitz. National Geographic
From the Dome of St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, Rome.
Taken by Marcel Germain, 2009
Church of San Giorgio Maggiore at the bay of Venice.
Photo of the commune Chichilianne with Mont Aiguille in the Vercors Alps in France.
by Erwann Fourmond, 2011
Impressive Vixen Polarie photo taken from the peak of Uetliberg, a Swiss mountain plateau next to Zurich.
by Dominic Kamp, 2012
Albstadt lights in the fog, Germany, 2005.
Photo by Robin Holler
Plane flying over the scyscrapers of Chicago, Illinois.
Photo by Kristofer Brand