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Travel Photos by Randy Martin

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Rambling photog documents his global wanderings

On his Flickr profile, Randy Martin describes his current status as "Drifting." One scan through his photostream and you can see he's telling the truth. Randy's 35mm photos document his globetrotting ways in epic fashion. Like a Caspar David Friedrich painting, the typical pic features tiny human subjects standing awestruck in a sublime natural landscape.  "I never really go out with the......read more

Sand-scapes Photographed by Alexander Hampl

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A painterly perspective of sandy terrain

Alexander Hampl's Sand series, shot in the remote Northland region of New Zealand, portrays desolate sand-scapes sculpted by the forces of nature. The pics venture into abstraction territory, aptly capturing the mystical vibes of the place where, according to traditional Maori mythology, souls of the dead depart on their journey to the afterlife.   More Hampl work can be found on......read more

Trees Wrapped in Spider Webs After Flood

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Spiders flee to trees to create cotton candy arachnid islands.

Um, wow. WOW. After unprecedented monsoons caused massive flooding in Pakistan in 2010, millions spiders near the village of Sindh found refuge in above ground in trees, where they wrapped the branches in ghostly webs. Although the disaster didn't grip the attention of the media the way the Japanese earthquake has, it was a devastating event, killing nearly 2,000 people and affecting almost 20......read more

Hemp House

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Handy website helps consumers find out what farm their dairy products come from.

Do you know where your yogurt came from? That cheese in your sandwich? The milk in your cereal.? If you said, "A cow," you're quite right, but where do you know where the cow lives and works? At whereismymilkfrom.com, you can enter the code on the the packaging of dairy product and instantly find out what farm it came from. A welcome tool for all you conscientious dairy consumers.......read more

The Long Barn Studio, UK

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Green office eye candy by Nicolas Tye Architects.

Designed by Nicolas Tye Architects out of the UK, the Long Barn Studio takes the form of a green glass box with larch-clad ends. The south facade features a series of ‘pods’, also clad in larch, that contain a library, reprographics area, toilets and meeting room. Designed to house a team of up to twelve people, the design features Corten steel detailing and limestone flooring.It......read more

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