Iceberg Alley In Canada
The first icebergs of the season pass "Iceberg Alley" on the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.Open this photogallery >
The 3D Chocolate Printer
The future is here for chocoholics. A 3D printer that runs on liquid chocolate. Just in time for Easter.Open this photogallery >
Ultra Music Festival Miami 2017 in 101 Awesome Pictures!
The famous Ultra Music Festival was held again at the Bayfront Park in Miami a couple of weeks ago. If you are into dance music, this is the event you want to attend to. Normally good weather for this festival, but this edition there were some rainy days. But that doesn't stop the die hards to go eat, sleep, rave and repeat on the music brought to them from Hardwell, The prodigy, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, Martin Garrix, Robin Schulz, Armin van Buuren, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Underworld, Tiesto, Justice, Major Lazer, DJ Snake and many others! Not only a lot of Dutch DJ's, but also the one of the best Dutch party photographers was at work at Ultra Miami 2017. We are talking about Rutger Geerling. Again he did an awesome job taking pictures from a helicopter. Watching these pictures will make you go back asap to Ultra or putting it on your bucket list for 2018!
Our mandatory tip for today... Follow Rutger on his Facebook Page, Twitter or on Instagram.
The coloured eggs of the Schloegl egg company
Easter is just around the corner and that means it's all about eggs, eggs and more eggs. Some will be actual eggs, but we all know most will be of the chocolate variety.
The Schloegl egg company in Drassmarkt, Austria deals in real eggs and for Easter they get coloured.
The Catacombs of Paris by Photographer Luuc de Wilde
Luuc de Wilde is a 20-year-old Dutchman from Rotterdam who just loves to travel and make the most of his days. To the extreme.
He has traveled the world to visit abandoned hospitals, hotels, theme parks and bunkers. He has also visited Chernobyl. And he likes to climb on rooftops for a better view.
In March of 2016 Luuc wanted to try something else. He went underground. He traveled to Paris to visit the famous catacombs.
The Walled Off Hotel by Banksy
The Walled Off hotel by Banksy opened it's door for visitors in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. The views are great.Open this photogallery >
A peek inside an abandoned Japanse haunted sex motel
The Fuurin Motel in Tokyo was once used as a rendezvous for lovers and a secret escape for people in affairs. This love hotel closed its doors 17 years ago and locals are scared to go near it as they say it is a haunted place.
Photographer Bob Thissen, 31, from Heerlen in the Netherlands has been there and made some eerie pictures from this hotel. There is a myth that Japanese ghosts live in abandoned buildings, but Bob thinks that it may scare people not entering or vandalising this abandoned building.
Mount Etna erupting. Again.
Mount Etna is Europe's tallest and most active volcano and it shows. It started erupting again yesterday and that has given us these beautiful images to enjoy.Open this photogallery >
The 2017 Carnival In Brazil in Photos
Carnival in Brazil really never disappoints does it? Every year it just looks like such a colorful and loud party and I want to shake my hip[s to the samba beats in my head.Open this photogallery >
Awesome pictures of an old Navy Ship
We featured a totally cool gallery from an abandoned casino in Romania by the Dutch Urban Explorer Michel last year. Michel also visited an old Navy Ship from France and gave us the pictures. Below his story and pictures.Open this photogallery >
The Piton de la Fournaise on Reunion island has erupted. Again.
The Piton de la Fournaise volcano on the French Indian Ocean Reunion Island is one of the world's most active volcanoes and it has just erupted again.
And every time it erupts it gives us these totally cool pictures.
Warships in France by Photographer Bob Thissen
Bob Thissen is an animator, filmmaker and photographer and he loves to travel. He has been traveling the world looking for unique abandoned buildings and yards and since 2007 he takes his camera with him to document what he finds. However, just documenting these places soon wasn't enough. Bob wanted to show us their beauty and tragedy and started taking more and more care in the way he captured the images.
It's the adrenaline, adventure and experience that drives him to go to these places, but once there he wants to leave us, the viewer, with a feeling of "wow". And I think you'll agree that he is doing a pretty good job so far.