Elfreth's Alley - the oldest street in the USA
There are thirty-two houses built in Georgian and federal style located in an historic cobblestone street near the Delaware River, next to the Philadelphian interstate 95 road, Old City District. These houses with old-fashioned shutters were built at the beginning of 18th century. Elfreth's Alley was designed by Jeremy Elfreth, a blacksmith and landlord who built and rented many houses at that time. Houses were rented to craftsmen such as sailors, blacksmiths, glazers, shoemakers and carpenters. These people were the fibre of the colonial Philadelphia.
Kids working on the streets of the US between 1908 - 1924
Lewis Hine, an investigative photographer of National Child Labor Committee, photographed the conditions of life and work of American children in 1908-1924.
Colorful deserts in Morocco
It's incredible how light can influence the landscape. The blue sky can change the colors of the desert into red and orange sand. In this photo shoot, a Milanese photographer Luca Tombolini shows the amazing ability of the sun to change the landscape. The sunlight softens even the harshest and most ugly landscape, in this case it's a desert. These photos were taken in the summer 2015 in Merzouga and Ouzin, Morocco.
False advertisements in California
A Bolivian comedian Jason C. Saenz hangs false posters throughout California. See his posters and see his sense of humor.
Haircuts for men in the 80s
Such stars as David Bowie, Rod Stewart, Andy Mackay of Roxy Music and Paul McCartney had these originally male hairstyles. They were marked by layered short hair on the top of the head and longer at the back of the neck, resembling mouse-tail. See men's hairstyles of the 80s that later women also began to make.
Grüner See - the azure lake in Austria
Looking at the photos below, one can assume that they were taken in some exotic place, not in a snowy location in Europe, specifically Austria. Lake Grüner See is an unspoilt paradise for divers. Everything thanks to the clear and azure water in the lake and this fantastic landscape as well. Grüner See (Green Lake) owes its name to azure, crystal clear water. It's located near the Austrian town of Tragoess in the Hochschwab range in the Austrian Alps.
Trees that want to live so badly
According to scientists, trees have been living on our planet for about 370 million years. And we probably know why it's been so long!? Presumably it's all thanks to their incredible willingness to survive. Regardless of the fact that they grow in the middle of a field, expose to the wind, or on top of rocky platforms or inside the concrete jungle, they will always find a way to survive.
Objects that fit into the surroundings
If as a child you liked games for observant people, then today you can test yourself in such a task. See photos where random animals and objects fit into the environment. It's not so easy to spot them in some of these photos.
A New York artist fancifies the environment
An American artist Tom Bob beautifies the streets of New York with the help of graffiti. The artist search for damaged or neglected elements of our environment such as gas meters, old silos, manholes. Take a look at the article and see how he transforms it, improving our environment.
A moto Volkswagen Transporter T1 - vintage photos
Some say it looks like a loaf of bread, others say it's like a cucumber, but everyone likes it. Of course we mean the first Volkswagen bus that was launched almost seventy years ago. Despite it's been so much time since then, this car is still one of the most recognizable vehicles in the automotive world. Let's take a look at old photos of vehicles manufactured between 1967-1979.