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  2. chromeswan:

    theantiquegeek:

    The Mad King’s Castle by Kilian Schönberger | via Tumblr op We Heart It

    We had a great time exploring there!

    (via andrewhudsonstuff)

     
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  5. thisbigcity:

    urbangeographies:

    BICYCLE ACTIVISM:  Latvian activists from a branch of the bicycle advocacy group Let’s Bike it recently created a visual reminder of the space taken by cars on a typical road. To this end, the group fabricated bamboo skeletons shaped like actual cars and mounted them on their bikes. The activists then cycled around the streets of Riga for several hours to highlight the absurdity of using a large car to move a single person. The stunt was organized as part of European Mobility Week, an ongoing campaign that explores sustainable urban mobility around Europe.

    Source:  Christopher Jobson, ”Cycling Activists Build Bamboo Car Skeletons to Demonstrate Space Taken by Single Occupancy Cars,” Colossal, 

    Simple yet clear. Go by bike!

     
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  11. n2hotandclassymen:

    \n2\  iconic

    (Source: gothdolly, via andrewhudsonstuff)

     
  12. ladylandscape:

    Autumn Sunrise at Rock Creek Lake (by Robin Black Photography)

    (via andrewsmirror)

     
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  14. themanonfive:

    American Furniture Mart at 680 N. Lake Shore Drive c. 1926

    (Source: digital-libraries.saic.edu)

     
  15. themanonfive:

    Architectural drawing of Solon S. Beman’s Grand Central Station at the corner of Fifth Ave. (Wells St.) and Harrison Street c. 1889. Demolished 1971. 

    (Source: digital-libraries.saic.edu)