Inside the Costa Concordia
We've posted plenty of photos about the Costa Concordia and the disaster that befell her, her crew and her passengers.
In January 2012 the cruise ship, the Costa Concordia, sank of the coast of Italy after her captain steered her too close to shore. His actions caused the deaths of 32 crew and passengers.
In 2014 the Costa was finally refloated and towed away.
German photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski managed to sneak aboard and took these amazing photos from the inside of the Costa Concordia.
Credits: Jonathan Danko Kielkowski
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Aerial Summer Views by Bernhard Lang
For his latest work German photographer Bernhard Lang compiled a collection of aerial views taken above Adria beach in the North East of Italy.
If you've ever been to that part of Italy you'll know you need to pay for the use of a beach umbrella or sun bed and that the reason they are colored is so that you know which part of the beach you belong to and who you have to pay.
It's not only convenient to remeber where you're place in the sun is but also makes for some cool pictures when seen from above.
Bernhard has an exhibition of his work showing at the Galerie Liusa Wang in paris, so drop in if you are in the area.