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Atomium. Brussels, Belgium Photographer Daria Huxley is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the series ‘Geometria’. […] Museo Soumaya. Mexico City, Mexico Main elements – geometric lines, domes, spiral staircases and courtyards, form a single … Continue reading
Forget science fiction — Silicon Valley start-up Light Field Lab has created a hologram so real that I could put my hand right through it.
By Jessica Stewart on October 9, 2021 Lisbon, Portugal One of the great advantages of living in Europe is the ability to enjoy different cultures by traveling just a short distance. Recently, landscape photographer Albert Dros had the chance to … Continue reading
By Jessica Stewart on September 16, 2021 These winning images give spectacular perspectives of the universe from all around the world. “The Golden Ring” by Shuchang Dong (China). Overall Winner, Winner – Our Sun. On 21 June 2020, there … Continue reading
SEPTEMBER 24, 2021. GRACE EBERT All images © Brendon Burton, In his ongoing series titled Thin Places, Portland-based photographer Brendon Burtondocuments battered houses that stand alone in barren fields, amidst an encroaching marsh, or at the edge of the mountain. The … Continue reading