The most brilliant bookshops in the world | Financial Times:

FT writers nominate awe-inspiring places to get your literary fix, from Mumbai to Buenos Aires

This story sits at the intersection of Bookstores and Architecture, every single location breathtaking.

(7) John Kraus on Twitter: “I took the ProRAW file into Lightroom CC on the iPhone. Amazed at the detail I was able to extract. Wow! #ShotOniPhone https://t.co/S85uhoSLwh” / Twitter:

Andy To’s gorgeous 4K iPhone 13 Pro video shot in Mexico City:

This is some breathtaking footage. Make sure you watch in full screen, at the highest resolution your setup will support.

2021 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon’s Small World:

Macro-photography, at it’s best, reveals the alien landscapes right in front of our eyes in enlightening ways… Every one of the winners here does exactly that.

via – kottke.org

The right to bear arms!

September 2, 2021

The right to bear arms!:
Just look at those guns. This is certainly what the founding fathers intended.

Miniature Life

August 19, 2021

Miniature Life:

This is hard-core relevant to my interests.

A Drone’s View of the Great Pyramid of Giza:

Alexander Ladanivskyy recently photographed the Great Pyramid at Giza from an unusual vantage point: straight overhead with a drone. The final photo in the series is so close-up that you can see the graffiti on the stones at the tip of the pyramid. (via colossal)

Dorset photographer shoots Star Wars Lego in cinematic style – BBC News:

Not content with merely building his Star Wars Lego kits, photographer Daniel Sands has found another use for his collection.
The 34-year-old Dorset photographer tested his creativity during lockdown by putting his models into the action of the movie universe.

Minimalist Creative Funny Photography:

jwz: The Light Herder

July 28, 2021

jwz: The Light Herder:

All the images in this video are created by video feedback only – no computers are involved. The upper and lower monitors both display the same thing – the image from the camera, which is looking at the upper monitor. This creates a video feedback loop (much like a microphone next to a speaker creates an audio feedback loop).