I grew up in the Bronx and spent much of my childhood in these, so it was pleasantly nostalgic while “urban exploring” this abandoned building in the NYC.
A weapon of mass fabrications from the USA used to snuff out the truth and a weapon of mass contusions from Hong Kong used to snuff out protestors.
While a capital city, the lack of infrastructures, stagnant development and constant earthquakes keep Kathmandu in a state of beautiful urban decay.
On top of Hang Mua Mountain in the north of Vietnam is this bodega, or convenience store. A most convenient thing in a most inconvenient place.
This is an admirable GoPro killer kit. A high-end, modular and compact camcorder-like action camera that I’ve used around the world for a year.
En route to the National Security Agency Headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. An ominous entrance to an enigmatic place. Circa 2012.
Mini pop up restaurants are a plenty on the streets of Hanoi, Vietnam. This one served whole brains and hearts to go with their pho noodles.
As with with many other capsule hotels, this one that I stayed at in Saigon, Vietnam was designed to resemble a spaceship. It was about 250,000₫ ($11) a night.