Chris Hadfield, who is a famous astronaut, just recently published a new book titled, You Are Here: Around the World in 92 Minutes. The book features the best of thousands of photos he took from the International Space Station. Here’s a few photos featured in that book. Order it here.
Nothing like aerial photography of big cities. Especially when that big city always has some crazy fog going on. Michael Salisbury is a photographer based out of Chicago that took these over the summer. Check out more of his work on Flickr.
Photographer, Philipp Lohöfener, was recently given access to this abandoned prison in Berlin. The prison was also a former secret police hub. These pictures definitely look eerily creepy, but I guess that’s about the norm with abandoned architecture. Visit Philipp’s website here.
Here’s a look at the finalist for the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The contest is put on by London’s Natural History Museum and BBC. A book of the winning entries and runners-up has been published every year since 1992. This year is definitely packed with some amazing competition. Check out the official website here.
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.