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Loving the peaceful pastels of Akos Major's Urbanesque series:
David Burdeny's photographs of Moscow's ornate historic metro station are nothing short of stunning! Designed in the 1930s, and envisioned as "palaces of the people", these beauties are still in use, but somehow fly under the radar of world tourist attractions. (via Fast Co)
Stunning nature photos of Japan from photographer Michael Kenna! Quite a bit more beauty to browse in his portfolio, or pick up his photo book Forms of Japan.
Really in love with the work of Kyoto, Japan based photographer Takashi Yasui! He's well worth a follow on Instagram as well.

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 33)

- Documenting India's Crumbling Stepwells - I always stare out the plane window and wonder what, exactly, I'm looking at. Window Seat seems like a fun education on your view, and is just $2 on Amazon right now - Also on my list: This fascinating photo book of California skateboarding in...

Ugly Belgian Houses

I'm amused by Belgian photographer Kevin Faingnaert's series Ugly Belgian Houses. While I think that some of his subjects have a certain kitschy charm, to each their own. Passing judgement on American "McMansions" is practically a hobby for me. (via ThisIsPaper)
In addition to a career in high fashion photography, German photographer Axel Hoedt has been documenting the supremely creepy traditional carnival costumes of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The photos from his two books, Once a Year and Dusk are both fascinating and a little terrifying. While it's clear that...
- Help solve the mystery of these stunning vintage photographs found in a thrift store - The Tragic True Story of the Real-Life Simpson's House - I don't plan on having children, but Cup of Jo's Motherhod Around the World series always offers such fascinating glimpses into other cultures - This Indiegogo...
Photographer Janet Delaney moved to San Francisco's South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood in the late 1970s, and took this engrossing photo series as the blue collar neighborhood was on the cusp of gentrification in the early 80s. She published a book with quite a few more photos than are...

Detroit, then and now

At this point, the word "Detroit" is almost shorthand for crumbling and abandoned. Amidst the ruins, it can be difficult to grasp what a vibrant, thriving city Detroit once was. Which is why this project from Hungarian artist Flora Borsi is so cool! She carefully overlaid vintage photos of...