Spectacular aerial landscapes by Ewout Pahud de Mortanges, a gifted 27-years old self-taught photographer, traveler, and coach currently based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ewout focuses mainly on landscapes, cityscapes, and drone photography. He travels all over Europe, and Asia to capture outstanding natural and urban landscapes. Continue reading »
We are all familiar with the “boot” that is Italy, but what about the other European countries? This is the question that German YouTube user Zackabier asked for his video “Europe According to Creative People — What Europe’s Countries look like,” and some of the answers are hilarious. Continue reading »
Polish Photographer Travels Across The European Landmarks To Capture The Sadeness Beauty Of Abandoned Locations
Amazing abandoned shots by Natalia Sobańska, a talented self-taught photographer, adventurer, and urbex explorer based in Poland. Natalia focuses mainly on abandoned and architecture photography. She travelled all over Poland, Montenegro, Italy, Romania, Hungary, Abkhazia, Georgia, and other countries to capture the beauty of lost places. Continue reading »
At the southernmost point of the Norwegian coastline by the village of Båly, Snøhetta has designed Europe’s very first underwater restaurant. With its immediate proximity with the forces of nature, the restaurant, which will also function as a research center for marine life, is a tribute to the Norwegian coast and to Lindesnes – to the wild fauna of the sea and to the rocky coastline of Norway’s southern tip. Continue reading »
Željava Air Base, situated on the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina under Plješevica Mountain, near the city of Bihać, Bosnia, was the largest underground airport and military air base in the former Yugoslavia, and one of the largest in Europe. Continue reading »
Photos Of The Europe’s Most Spectacular Car Graveyards As Discovered By Daredevil Outo-Obsessed Explorer
Feast your eyes on Europe’s most spectacular car graveyards as discovered by one auto-obsessed explorer who has dedicated over ten years to finding the best cars left to rot in the European wilderness.
The beautiful set of images were taken in Germany, Sweden and Belgium by German Civil Servant Robert Kahl (30) using a Nikon D7100. He describes his photographs as showcasing “the beauty of transience and decayed charm”. Continue reading »
Stunning images have revealed ice-cool British tourists chilling out inside Europe’s largest glacier – despite being at risk of flooding. The spectacular collection of images show the explorers braving the freezing temperatures to climb, photograph and even abseil down the inside of the icy cliff sides. Another image shows one visitor on his knees appearing to pray next to a water fall of melted ice. Other glistening shots show an adventurer trying to keep warm by a fire whose flames dance beautifully against the glossy roof. Continue reading »
Images Of Europe’s Most Spooky Abandoned Hospitals Show Just How Frightening These Once Sparkling Medical Facilities Can Be
The haunting shots show the beds patients would have recovered on as well as the tables and instruments that would have been used during grim operations. Peeling, flaking paint and crumbling walls are prevalent in some of the hospitals while others look almost untouched by time. The spooky pictures were taken by Austrian photographer Stefan Baumann from Vienna as he travelled across Europe. Continue reading »
Pierre Cardin, creator of the famous Bubble Dress in 1958, purchased this home, known as Le Palais Bulles in the early 1990s and now it’s listed for around $456 million, and it’s Europe’s most expensive home. The house is made up of many bubbles and is located on a cliff over the Mediterranean, it comes with a garden, swimming pool, and a 500-seat, open-air auditorium. Continue reading »
Hundreds of beer lovers gathered in Slovenia recently to witness the unveiling of “Europe’s first beer fountain.” Six euros will get you a special glass that comes with a microchip that allows people to drink a limited amount of beer five times from one of the five different taps on hand. Continue reading »
It all started in December 1954, when the then 22-year old soldier Bill Perlmutter boarded a troopship to Germany, to start his new assignment as a photographer for the U.S. Army. The first images from Perlmutter’s Rolleiflex were taken during the rough transatlantic voyage. Even though he had never left the United States and was a bit apprehensive about his future, Perlmutter was “looking forward to photographing Europe and visiting all those wonderful places that I had read about and seen in the movies.” His first leave after his deployment to Augsburg Germany, brought him to Paris, the city of light and home to many of his favorite photographers. Continue reading »
Urban explorer and photographer Dan Raven has spent a great deal of time documenting scenes of urban decay and abandonment across Europe and the United States. The fact that he prefers not to reveal the names and locations of many of the haunting abandoned places he photographs only serves to make the scenes of desolation and dereliction all the more compelling, allowing us to ponder the stories behind these vast empty structures that have clearly had their day – for better or worse. Continue reading »
Artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s Museo Atlantico, off Lanzarote, is peopled with concrete casts of refugees and people taking selfies.
The Raft of Lampedusa, Jason deCaires Taylor’s modern-day concrete echo of Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa. The work has particular significance given the huge movement of refugees across the sea to Europe – and the frequent fatalities that result. (Photo by Jason deCaires Taylor) Continue reading »
After being swept away in the flow of constant emails, only to be caught in the dead river of early morning traffic, many of us stew and question the overwhelming pace of our lives.
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A woman cools off with her dog during the second heat wave of the summer at Conde del Guadalhorce reservoir in Ardales, near Malaga, southern Spain, July 5, 2015. As Germany and Spain sweated and London sweltered through its hottest July day on record this week, scientists said it is “virtually certain” that climate change is increasing the likelihood of such heat waves in Europe. Temperatures will rise up to 44 degrees Celsius (111.2 fahrenheit) in some parts of Spain and will continue during a week, the Spanish Agency of Meteorology (AEMET) said on Thursday. (Photo by Jon Nazca/Reuters)
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