Order & Chaos







Imaginary friend







Worlds smallest rug



































The photographer and the model






 Frankendog






Google car selfie







 Nohawk













Shrek









The Walking Dead








The Flash















Somewhere in Anbikapur, Chhattisgarh, India there is a subliminal message by Rick Astley.
















Somewhere in Dalpura, Khajgipur, India














The melting sidewalks of Colombia





















































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Best friends 







Laundry day around the world



















Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine














Baghdad, Iraq >




Worlds smallest rug giving headache
























Nagoro, Japan

Now known as Nagoro Doll Village. It’s a village in the Iya Valley on the island of Shikoku in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan.
It is known for the large number of realistic dolls positioned throughout the village.⁣ The village is located in a remote mountainous area.
It formerly had about 300 inhabitants, but the decline in Japan's population has caused that to fall to 27 by September 2019.
Soon, others followed in Ayano's footsteps. The village school, which closed in 2012, includes a large number of dolls in one classroom,
two children are self-portraits by the last two students to study there, who dressed them in their own clothes.
















An hour in Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil >





















Santiago De Los Caballeros, Dominican Republic










Hacilar, Turkey











Russia














Demon face bushes












Ivești. A commune in Galați County, Western Moldavia, Romania.








Aleppo, Syria




























Talking heads









Umbrella head & Plastic tree











































Tank graveyard, Asmara, Eritrea
Fortaleza, Brazil

























same place different time





same place different time
















 

























































































































































































































































Mark