Ivan Kalinin
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Great view of the inside of a diversion tunnel.

I like this; it's a Truc 12. Clean, simple and portable. I'd go for a self build option if they'd only make one, and given that this is by far the most popular thing I've ever posted, it seems I wouldn't be the their only customer! David

it's a Truc Clean, simple and portable. I'd go for a self build option if they'd only make one, and given that this is by far the most popular thing I've ever posted, it seems I wouldn't be the their only customer - David

Spirit Yachts Super-J. A modern re-creation of the J-class "Ranger", which defended the Americas Cup in 1937. Wood/epoxy composite, stainless steel frame, with carbon-fiber mast and rigging. 139 feet of awesome.

Spirit Yachts Super-J. A modern re-creation of the J-class "Ranger", which defended the Americas Cup in Wood/epoxy composite, stainless steel frame, with carbon-fiber mast and rigging. 139 feet of awesome.

oliver astrologo photographs the ruins of casa sperimentale - created via https://pinthemall.net

oliver astrologo photographs the ruins of casa sperimentale. - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

What you see is a shot from above, where I am standing in between four silos. These were part of an abandoned cement factory in Italy

Dutch photographer Brian Precious Decay turns his lens on rotting buildings across Europe.

A room inside one of the buildings of an abandoned coal mine in Germany. The mine was built in the early 1900’s and was in service for almost hundred years. The buckets you see were connected to chains and could be raised and lowered. When the workers came to work they put their clean clothes and personal belongings into one of these baskets and raised the basket to the ceiling. That way their personal belongings were always safe.

A room inside one of the buildings of an abandoned coal mine in Germany. The mine was built in the early 1900’s and was in service for almost hundred years. The buckets you see were connected to chains and could be raised and lowered. When the workers came to work they put their clean clothes and personal belongings into one of these baskets and raised the basket to the ceiling. That way their personal belongings were always safe.

Заброшенный французский ракетный крейсер

Заброшенный французский ракетный крейсер

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