Dark Skies at Assateague Island National Seashore
When day turns to night at the seashore.Read this topic >
The Netherlands In Bloom by Droning Dutchman
It's flower season in the Netherlands and it just looks amazing from above.Read this topic >
Exploring an abandoned Soviet Space Shuttle facility
Urban Explorer Alexander Kaunas from Russia had to walk 38 kilometers through a desert in Kazachstan to reach the Kosmodrome Bajkonoer. But it was worth it.
At the Kosmodrome he found two test version of the Russian Space Shuttle known as Boeran.
The Boeran project was shut down in 1993 and these shuttles have not been touched since.
Martin and his Paquito
Martin Herrera, who has spent the last 20 years domesticating and training roosters in San Jose, Costa Rica, spends time with his favorite “Paquito”.Open this photogallery >
Time-lapse of an old bridge being demolished in Antwerp
They're building new roads and other infrastructure in Antwerp, Beglium and that means some of the old favorites havew to make way for new ones. The IJzerlaan (Iron Road) bridge was demolished this past weekend and this is the time-lapse.
Final images of combat photographer Hilda Clayton released by US Army
The US Army has released the final images taken by combat photographer Spc. Hilda Clayton moments before she died during a live-fire training accident in Afghanistan in 2013.
They show the moment a live mortar tube explodes.
Spc. Hilda Clayton and three Afghan soldiers died during the incident.
Welcomes to the Maldives
I need to go to the Maldives to experience all that for myself.
If you go, leave your cell phone at home, take the best camera(s) you have and have fun.
Photos smuggled out of North Korea by Michal Huniewicz
With tensions rising between North Korea and the USA people are more and more interested in finding out what life is really like in North Korea. Most of us have only seen state sanctioned stuff, but lately a lot of "illegal" material is finding it's way beyond the borders.
So too these images taken by Michal Huniewicz.
Credit: Michal Huniewicz
The Photos Of 2017 Week 17
Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.Open this photogallery >
Crabs invade Cuba’s Bay of Pigs
If you are into your history you'll know what the Bay Of Pigs in Cuba is known for, but that was decades ago.
These days it's all about the invasion of crabs and not CIA sponsored rebels.
Lithuania’s Lakes from above by Mantas Baciuska
I've never been to Lithuania, but if these photos of it's lakes are anything to go by the nature there must be quite impressive.
Credit: Mantas Baciuska
Building your own nuclear bunker
We live in troubled times. North Korea and the US are in a semi-nuclear stand-off and terrorist groups around the world are less controllable then ever.
Maybe it is time for you very own nuclear bunker.