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bobbycaputo:

Urbex Photographer Discovers Eerie ‘Train Graveyard’ in North Carolina Forest

One of the draws of Urban Exploration photography, or Urbex, is the chance that you’ll discover and photograph something truly strange and unique. A building abandoned for so long that nobody realizes the treasures hidden within. Or, in this case, a ‘train graveyard‘ with over 70 dilapidated subways, trains and busses in the middle of a North Carolina forest.

This particular find belongs to 24-year-old Urbex photographer Johnny Joo of UrbanExplorationUS, who stumbled across the trains on a snowy day 5 months ago, and ended up spending the entire day there.

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hardnipplesforever:

Can’t Cut It Out, It Will Grow Right Back. by jonmmmayhem.

Making the most of a shared hotel room with Caitlin-Michele last November.

there’s more pictures I’ve taken of Caitlin-Michele HERE

(vía sheisglorious)

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bobbycaputo:

Mining the depths in Punjab | Sara Farid

The air became heavier as the rocky walls of the tunnel closed in around us and the last ray of sunlight disappeared around a corner. Ahead was darkness, behind was darkness. The miners’ headlamps and their shining eyes were the only points of light.

We scrambled and crawled along as the tunnel shrank and the wooden beams holding up the ceiling became lower and lower. Finally we came to the coalface. A few bulbs dangled on thin, bare wires. The feeble light glistened off the men’s sweating bodies as they swung their pickaxes into the rock.

Down here, work starts at 7 a.m. and lasts for five to six hours, which is about as long as the body can take. Laborers hack away at the coal, break it up and load it onto donkeys to be transported to the surface.

Working in these conditions, a team of four can dig around a ton of coal per day. They sell it on at $10 per ton, which is split between the four of them. They have to cover all their expenses themselves.

The work is exhausting and the miners often lose their breath, taking a break every 10 minutes to recover. In the thin air, the men drink water and dip tobacco. The dim bulbs keep going on and off as the power falters, and the miners’ small head torches become arcs of light against the rock as they move.

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micmojo:

viktoria on Flickr.

Leica M3
Kodak Tri-x

(vía le-voleur-de-beaute)

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bhagyawati:

yagazieemezi:

"For almost 1,000 years, the Rabari have roamed the deserts and plains of what is today western India. It is believed that this tribe, with a peculiar Persian physiognomy, migrated from the Iranian plateau more than a millennium ago. The Rabari are now found largely in Gujarat and Rajasthan.”

Jimmy Nelson's photography is just beautiful.

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bobbycaputo:

Acacia Johnson | Polaris

Atmospheric Photos Capture Stark and Otherworldly Beauty Alaska and Iceland

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suchafaff:

Wearing the Cristina bra hand made by myself.

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