Touch the Sky by ericwitt by ericwitt

This is an HDR photograph of several sky scrapers in downtown Cincinnati.

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Riverside Hotel built 1927 by LarryTingley by LarryTingley

Tallest building at the time. Now houses apartments and studios for artists.

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Orange Attracts Me by DiegoDam by DiegoDam

Your attention will be attracted by every colonial building in Cartagena, Colombia, but none like this one for me.

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Togetherness by DavidKelly by DavidKelly

Togetherness… I love the way the buildings are all compacted together. This is a 3 image file processed in Lightroom only. No HDR programs were used.

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Boundless by JChiang by JChiang

Marina Bay, Singapore.

© Jon Chiang/craftinglight 2015
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Selected works on sale at Getty Collection and Stocksy Collection
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Cheers, and hope to see you there!

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Up in the sky by aleollag by aleollag

– view on black –

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wnderlst: Murren, Switzerland | Tejas Sahasrabudhe

userdeck: Concrete tower by Bechter Zaffignani.


Concrete tower by Bechter Zaffignani.

aros: Загородный дом из бетона в Швейцарии

staff: Don’t let this happen to your internetThe internet…


Don’t let this happen to your internet

The internet belongs to all of us. It’s an open, fair, democratic place that we’ve all helped to create, together. On February 26, the FCC is going to decide whether to leave the internet in our hands…or whether to turn it over to the cable companies.

You don’t want them to pick the cable companies. 

Join everybody on the internet and help the FCC do the right thing.

This is it, guys. We’ve been been fighting this fight together for a long time now. You did a sensationally good job back in September, making 135,343 calls in a single day and shifting the political momentum back toward real internet freedom. You been pulling more and more policymakers—including the president himself—over to the side of internet freedom. We’re almost there. Let’s bring this one home.