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Great exploration for lost civilizations Like humans, cities are mortal. They are born, they thrive, and they eventually die. Over the course of human history, an astonishing number of cities and towns have been lost, destroyed, submerged, and abandoned. Photographer Fu Yichun has travelled across 51 countries and regions to record the once flourishing civilizations. Jun. 05, 2019
Le-Musée: Incredible Frescoes and Paintings on the Walls of Abandoned Homes The time travel experienced by Romain Veillon in his photographic world was quite different than the time flashes in that those involved merely an presentation of abandoned subjects with a future or past ... Mar. 26, 2019
The Ghost Hotel: Once Star Hotel Lost in the Bali Island As evident in his mysterious photos of abandoned Disneyland park, French photographer Romain Vellion knows how to capture places that being reclaimed by nature. This time, he is fresh off a ... Jan. 16, 2019
Ask the Dust: Photo Collection of Abandoned Places Ever since Roman Veillon can remember, he has always been fascinated by derelict places because of a few childhood exploration as well as loved to go there and try to imagine what could have been their ... Jan. 04, 2019
World Is Stage, Photography Is Performance - All Exhibition Works from PCA&D at PIP Festival Sometimes, we are wondering how the world looks like in other people's eyes. Is it simple as one, two, three, or little bit complicated as Fibonacci series? However, while looking at the photos in previous ... Oct. 31, 2018
Calm Water: An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Photography - Video Interview of Naoya Yoshikawa at PIP Festival This time, we will introduce another curatorial exhibition at the 2018 Pingyao International Photography Festival (PIP Festival). Named "Calm water", the exhibition presented originally photographic ... Oct. 22, 2018
Andreas Mühe solo exhibition in Beijing Through the lens of German photographer Andreas Mühe, the world seems so peaceful that a wave of calm flows through you upon viewing them. Sep. 28, 2018
The Grenadines: an island for every traveler Long the domain of savvy sailors and fly-in millionaires, the spectacular Grenadines also offer plenty for the independent traveler – you don’t need your own boat to fully explore the magnificent archipelago. May. 03, 2018
The Dry Guillotine: What the Previous 'Prison of Prison' Island Looks Like Now "The silent", "The man-eater" or even "The dry guillotine"; there has been many adjectives to describe how tough was the conditions of living that the worst prisoners had to face when there ... Apr. 13, 2018
Exploring the Alay Valley: Central Asia’s trekking utopia The Alay region of southern Kyrgyzstan is the kind of place mountain lovers dream about. Turquoise lakes fringed with yurts sit at the base of towering 7000m peaks, offering some of the world's most glorious mountain views at every turn. Feb. 28, 2018
Iran- a Mythical Place(2) After spending a couple of days here, you might be deeply attracted by it. Here are still lots of amazing places waiting for your exploration. Jul. 31, 2017
A look inside Europe’s most enchanting libraries Over the last year, photographer Thibaud Poirier has traveled across Europe to photograph some of the world’s most incredible libraries. Jun. 29, 2017
The Ghost Hotel: Once Star Hotel Lost in the Bali Island As evident in his mysterious photos of abandoned Disneyland park, French photographer Romain Vellion knows how to capture places that being reclaimed by nature. This time, he is fresh off a vacation to ... Jun. 16, 2017
What Does Our Planet Look Like From the Space Undoubtedly, there is never lack of tentative and intrepid exploration on the world, the Earth and even out of our planet. The science of astrobiology also attempts to answer some of the big ... Apr. 14, 2017
The Earth Is Calling This series was taken at Kuitun Gorge, Xinjiang autonomous prefecture. Hundreds of thousands of years of erosion from rivers and wind form the platform today. I submerged myself into the mountains ... Mar. 09, 2017
Photographing the Moment Nowadays in China, photographers in the field of photography have a huge misunderstanding of capturing moments, especially the understanding of “decisive moment”. Many photographers take it ... Mar. 07, 2017
The Lofty Taihang Mountain In early April,2008, I was invited to Zhengzhou to attend a photographic activity and this was my first time to Henan. The leaders of photographers’ association in Henan warmly invited me to ... Mar. 06, 2017
Rooftoppers capture thrilling views of South China Urban exploration (often shortened to 'urbex') refers to the exploration of abandoned or inhabited man-made structures. Photography is a huge part of these ventures, which document vistas of cities unseen from the humdrum of our lives on the ground, as we Mar. 03, 2017
Hurt and Love There is an old saying goes in China, “Customs and habits differ from area to area, even in a quite short distance. There are great differences between countries and countries, even districts and ... Feb. 28, 2017
Safeguarding ‘Root' and ‘Soul' of Ancient Architecture - Interview with Su Min’an II Shooting of ancient architectures in China is only part of Su Min’an's plan. In his mind, an ambitious idea to cover all the characteristic ancient architectures all over the world never fades away ... Feb. 23, 2017
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