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If you think these photos look just a little off, even a bit 3-D, you're not wrong. Photographer Markus Brunetti stitched these images together from hundreds to thousands of photographs! Brunetti photographs historic cathedrals from every angle, capturing every little detail to create composite images that often appear more...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 49)

- You should be following this Instagram account devoted to the intricate woodwork of traditional Russian windows - If you can't splurge on that pricey Coqui Coqui getaway, you can still snag a gorgeous (pricey) hammock from their shop - A little morbid, but stunning photos - I LOVE how cheesy the...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 48)

- Yurts and miniature donkeys? Yeah, I'm in. - Letter sent to Iceland farm with hand-drawn map instead of address gets there anyway - Good on paper, but I'll be the crazy lady you hear in the next room swearing at thin air - I've seen these awesome photos in the blogosphere...
What are you up to this weekend? It's my birthday this weekend, but it will be pretty laid back since we're jetting off to Vegas next weekend! - I frequently see things like this and fantasize about planning a themed trip, but really, who could argue with a soft serve...
These colorful, over the top South Indian homes made me smile. Located in the town of Tiruvannamalai, the vibrant houses date back to around the 1940s and the original article from Architectural Digest speculates that a local Ashram which became popular with tourists in the 1960s may have had...
Really loving the Western Realty photo series by Ed Freeman! The photos are digitally altered to make decaying buildings that might normally appear in more urban settings even more isolated and dramatic...like a rural mirage. (via Miss Moss)
This extravagant mansion for sale in Lucca, Italy was originally built in the 17th century by wealthy silk traders. Renovated and added to over the years, it's unclear how much of the fresco work is original, but it looks pretty amazing to me! It's a bit strange, but unlike so...
Paris' Ornano train station was built in the late 19th century, then shuttered and left to rot in 1939, leaving it in a sorry state. Fortunately, someone saw the potential and brought the property back to quirky life as La REcyclerie restaurant and bar. The bright, airy space makes...