Massachusetts-based photographer Stephen Tourlentes‘ series Of Length and Measures is a collection of photographs of U.S. prisons shot at night. After stumbling upon a newly built prison on the outskirts of his hometown in Illinois, Tourlentes became intrigued with these spaces. “The night sky was punctuated with a brilliant glow that changed my perception of the horizon. This transformation of the landscape revealed an unseen human cargo held in time and place,” he recalls.
As Game of Throne’s ravishing teenage heiress Sansa Stark, Sophie Turner has seen her father decapitated, endured domestic violence at the hands of a twisted prince and sat through some interminable banquets. Fortunately, she thinks it’s all bloody good fun. — Sophie Turner for Tatler UK April 2014
This is what happens when you synchronize camera’s shutter speed with a helicopter’s blade frequency
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In Bulgaria, the Buzludzha Monument sits 1441 meters high, on the historic site of the final battle between Bulgarian rebels and the Ottoman Empire in 1868. It was built in 1981, to commemorate the secret meetings of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Party. Which led by Dimitar Blagoev, met in the area to during the parties inception. Abandoned since 1991, it now stands decayed and falling into ruins.
Entering the mists of Buzludzha by Daniel Barter