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The Beauty of a Broken Silo - photos by Tim Hursley via Archdaily Compelled by its utilitarian structure and its run in with a tornado, well-known photographer Tim Hursley came across a damaged grain silo while spending 16 years in Hale County,Alabama documenting the work of Mississippi architect Samuel Mockbee and his Rural Studio project.

The Beauty of a Broken Silo - photos by Tim Hursley via Archdaily Compelled by its utilitarian structure and its run in with a tornado, well-known photographer Tim Hursley came across a damaged grain.

a salvage home gets pops of beautiful color from recycled metal pieces - yellow and turquoise/mint always get me!

House for Music Man, "Mr. Eyes Cancer" - designed by Samuel "Sambo" Mockbee's Rural Studio at Auburn University in Southern Alabama

Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg area, the Zeiss Großplanetarium -- Zeiss Planetarium

Located in Berlin's Prenzlauer Berg area, the Zeiss Planetarium is a striking spherical building with surprising sparkling LED interiors.

Shanghai Planetarium

Ennead Architects unveiled designs for the new Shanghai Planetarium branch of the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum (SSTM).

A Wolpertinger by Albrecht Dürer (1509) The wolpertinger is a chimeric creature from Bavarian folklore, said to inhabit the alpine forests.

In Bavarian folklore, a wolpertinger is an animal said to inhabit the alpine forests of Bavaria in Germany. It has a body comprised from various animal parts — generally wings, antlers, tails and fangs, all attached to the body of a small mammal

Alexander Gardner Pioneered Battlefield Photography in the Civil War: Alexander Gardner's Photographs of Antietam Became a Sensation in New York City

17 1862 The Battle of Antietam/Sharpsburg. The bloodiest single day of the Civil War with casualties. This photo shows Dunker Church where much of the first stage of the battle took place

Alexander Gardner Pioneered Battlefield Photography in the Civil War: Gardner Returned to Maryland to Photograph Lincoln

Civil War photographer Alexander Gardner made history by documenting the battlefield carnage at Antietam in September He also took more portraits of Abraham Lincoln than anyone else, and could be considered a pioneer of news photography.