So, maybe these aren’t the type of ladies you expect to see in our “Chicas” section, but they once were all smokin’ hot Playboy Bunnies. Robyn Twomey is a New York-based photographer that created this photo series of previous bunnies. All of the photos were taken at a Playboy reunion in Las Vegas.
These rooftop photos that were taken in Paris honestly look like they could be paintings. Photographer, Michael Wolf, took these after moving to Paris from Hong Kong in 2008. Instead of capturing images of all the iconic landmarks around the city, he decided to focus on the dense rooftops surrounding the city. He currently has an exhibition on view at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco.
Save a few of these to your phone and watch the double-taps roll in when you bust one out for #TBT.
Earth is home to scenes of the mundane, the odd, and the beautiful. Google Street View captures all of it. Here are some of the more gorgeous snapshots taken from the automated camera that pokes out of the sunroof of some Toyota Prius in Google’s fleet.
Madzill and Van Styles recently got together for a shoot on a train yard, and the result is pretty dope. As usual, Madzilla is looking amazing, and Van killed it on the photography aspect. Stay up to date with Van, here.
Photographer Chris Burkard is most well-known for his cold-weather surfing photography. In fact, we just showed you guys a video of his most recent work last week. But Burkard doesn’t just travel to the arctic areas of the world, he explores anywhere that can offer some tasty waves. Here we have a collection of some of his best work. Check it out below.
The winners of the 2014 National Geographic Photo Contest have finally been chosen. Out of the 18,000 pictures that were submitted, these were the best. Photographer Marko Korošec took home to the first place prize for his “Independence Day” photograph which can be found at the bottom of this gallery.
Tucked away from tourists and sitting behind a sign that reads “strictly no entrance beyond this point,” an abandoned shopping mall hides from view.