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Watch As A Gas Tank Transforms Into A Cathedral Of Light

Thanks to German creative studio Urban Screen, what once was a gas tank quickly became a colossal light projection. The tank, whose area is approximately 20,000 square meters, served as the host of “320 Licht”, their latest project.

What We Love This Week, Volume LXIV

Upside Down Houses Jumping

Source: The Atlantic

The World’s Most Illustrious Upside Down Houses

Upside Down Table

Source: The Atlantic

Lewis Carroll would have a field day. Bringing the topsy turvy and fantastical to life through brick, mortar and a little extra engineering, upside-down houses have been popping up around the world over the past several years. From China to Russia to Germany, while we can’t promise that The Atlantic’s photos won’t give you vertigo, we can assure you that they will absolutely fascinate you.

Upside Down Construction

Source: The Atlantic

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The World’s Best Storm Chaser Photography

The line between idiocy and passion is often blurred, and storm photography is perhaps most emblematic of that. These fearless photographers have gone above and beyond in their pursuit of the picture-perfect shot of thunderstorms. They travel miles, risking their lives, scouring sites and waiting patiently for the storm to swell. Here is some of the best storm chaser photography out there, along with a bit of background on the photographers behind them.

Craig Eccles

Australian Craig Eccles is a 42-year-old photography teacher in Perth, Western Australia who has recently come under the storm chaser photography spotlight for his timely and tantalizing thunder shots. He shared his stunning images with the Daily Mail, which showcase him traveling up to 300 miles across remote towns and abandoned landscapes for the picture-perfect moments.

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