You can see st James town in the top right corner of this photo, which, for a few years, was the densest populated area of north america. Its still dense, but its been eclipsed
Is that the shipwreck in the near distance? I had an amazing time there too. Oversize dingos ate all our food (I was camping with city boys), and we just surf cast for supper and explored around for days. The giant ferns and the
Oh wow, I thought it was a painting at first, too! If you zoom in a lot on the machine in the foreground you can see that its a photograph, but I think that the coal deposits and the machine traces on the dirt
Why did they build part of the wall to jut out like that?
Hard to imagine so many devout people getting along together and praying to the same god when I hear about the blood being shed across the world. This is a testament to the possibility of peace.
[Specifically here](http://goo.gl/maps/hG2Yg) Also, I think it’s pretty cool I was able to find it just by searching along the coast of the Netherlands.
The neighborhood you’re seeing in the pictures is the neighborhood of Edgewater. Back when these pictures were taken it was a middle class neighborhood with some pretty dicey areas. Today, the area has improved quite a bit. Still middle class/mixed income, but much safer,
Thanks for the idea! Soon to be my wallpaper too lol
Bottom of [this](http://www.conveyorbeltguide.com/LongestBelt.html) page, to be more specific.
Yes! I dont think there were many (or many accurate) hot air balloon sketches or paintings at this point, since well, it’s hard to paint for long up there, and hot air balloons had barely been invented less than a century back.
A closer look at the spring here: http://instagram.com/p/j2B6yhiUPd/
And Primrose Hill is the bit at the top of Regent’s Park. There’s a very nice view over central London from there.
You’re right. Even when you’re there, it takes a second to impact you – you look into it, and it’s just hard to realize/comprehend just how huge it is. [Here](http://i.imgur.com/whSKl1I.png) might help a LITTLE bit to get a sense of scale – this is
Nope, must be from an aircraft. The Guinness brewery is just right of the area between the 2nd and 3rd bridges from the bottom.
I just found the [clip](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Puh37FKmaSI) this shot is taking from. Pretty hypnotic!
Thats German engineering for you. You can almost drive right up to the gate by the looks of it.