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The Remains Of Stalins Dead Road

In Russias arctic wilderness, the remnants of one of the Soviet Unions most tragic gulag projects now lies largely forgotten. A rotting railway bridge in the Siberian outback/ A punishment cell for prisoners/ A guards watchtower in autumn forest/ These are some of the ruins of Josef Stalins abortive Transpolar Mainline railway. From 1947 until […] petapixel.com

2018-10-10 17:49

The Dead Zone is Home to Julien Coquentins Childhood Memories

Childhood memories often serve as sources of inspiration for creatives, so it's not surprising to find many compelling works driven by its nostalgic imagery. However, instead of presenting images of gentleness, innocence, and fondness for a time gone by, French photographer Julien Coquentin takes his viewers to what he calls The Dead Zone, which reimagines his childhood haunts. thephoblographer.com

2017-9-13 10:00

The Sea Of Many Faces: I Photographed The Dead Sea With My Drone

The Dead Sea is a remarkable and unique place in the east of Israel. Over the past year I've made countless trips to the area, driving nearly two hours each way, leaving at the break of dawn, in order to be there for sunrise when the light is beautiful and before it becomes too hot as temperatures can reach 46 degree Celsius (115 Fahrenheit). The Dead Sea is going through rough times to put it mildly. boredpanda.com

2017-9-5 20:40

Blight Of The CGI Dead Celebs

Peter Cushing's appearance in the recent Star Wars film, Rogue One, has reignited an awkward movie argument. Is replacing dead Hollywood actors with VFX face creations ethical? In the latest episode of Burst Mode, Rick Boost explains that from The Three Stooges to Freddie Mercury, tastelessly using on-screen stand-ins for the dearly departed is nothing new. digitalrev.com

2017-1-26 03:00