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9/27/2016 Port Newark Newark, New Jersey 40°40′54″N 74°09′02″W   Shipping containers are stacked at the Port Newark Container Terminal in Newark, New Jersey, USA. The massive facility handles over 600,000 shipping containers every year and has begun expansion projects that will increase annual capacity to 1.1 million containers by 2030.

9/27/2016 Port Newark Newark, New Jersey 40°40′54″N 74°09′02″W Shipping containers are stacked at the Port Newark Container Terminal in Newark, New Jersey, USA. The massive facility handles over 600,000 shipping containers every year and has begun expansion projects that will increase annual capacity to 1.1 million containers by 2030.

Client: Book Depository LINE: Now shipping to 120 countries world wide Visual: Books/shipping containers.  Gorgeous Aerial Photography Of A Shipping Harbor - DesignTAXI.com

Client: Book Depository LINE: Now shipping to 120 countries world wide Visual: Books/shipping containers. Gorgeous Aerial Photography Of A Shipping Harbor - DesignTAXI.com

1/31/2015 Bucket-wheel excavators at Tagebau Hambach Elsdorf / Niederzier, Germany 50°54′39″N 6°30′10″E   Bucket-wheel excavators run on tracks at the Tagebau Hambach open-pit mine in Niederzier and Elsdorf, Germany. These massive machines (up to 315 feet tall and 730 feet long) continuously scoop materials from the surface in order to extract lignite. Lignite, often referred to as “brown coal”, is a soft combustible sedimentary rock that is formed from naturally compressed peat and is…

1/31/2015 Bucket-wheel excavators at Tagebau Hambach Elsdorf / Niederzier, Germany 50°54′39″N 6°30′10″E Bucket-wheel excavators run on tracks at the Tagebau Hambach open-pit mine in Niederzier and Elsdorf, Germany. These massive machines (up to 315 feet tall and 730 feet long) continuously scoop materials from the surface in order to extract lignite. Lignite, often referred to as “brown coal”, is a soft combustible sedimentary rock that is formed from naturally compressed peat and is…

Bird Ballerina Street artist JR has once again found a creative canvas for his latest wheat paper installation. In Bird Ballerina, a ballerina is sitting behind a set of bars like a caged bird, waiting to be set free. The beautifully sad image is wheatpasted across nine shipping containers at the Port Le Havre in France.

Bird Ballerina

Bird Ballerina Street artist JR has once again found a creative canvas for his latest wheat paper installation. In Bird Ballerina, a ballerina is sitting behind a set of bars like a caged bird, waiting to be set free. The beautifully sad image is wheatpasted across nine shipping containers at the Port Le Havre in France.

I like the use of geometric shapes against photography. Especially the bottom right with a good use of negative space.

I like the use of geometric shapes against photography. Especially the bottom right with a good use of negative space.

10/6/2016 Car terminal Richmond, California, USA 37.9137118, -122.368161   Cars are unloaded and parked at an automobile terminal in Richmond, California, USA. In 2015, 17.5 million cars and light trucks were sold in the United States, raising the total number of registered vehicles in the country to roughly 253 million. Source imagery: Nearmap

10/6/2016 Car terminal Richmond, California, USA 37.9137118, -122.368161 Cars are unloaded and parked at an automobile terminal in Richmond, California, USA. In 2015, 17.5 million cars and light trucks were sold in the United States, raising the total number of registered vehicles in the country to roughly 253 million. Source imagery: Nearmap

KANSAS PIVOT IRRIGATION | The circles that you see are created when lines of sprinklers that are powered by electric motors rotate 360 degrees to evenly irrigate crops.

KANSAS PIVOT IRRIGATION | The circles that you see are created when lines of sprinklers that are powered by electric motors rotate 360 degrees to evenly irrigate crops.

In Perù, nel deserto di #Nazca, 13.000 linee formano più di 800 disegni. Il colibrì è uno dei geoglifi più famosi: la distanza tra gli estremi delle sue due ali è di 66 metri ed è lungo 94 metri.

In Perù, nel deserto di #Nazca, 13.000 linee formano più di 800 disegni. Il colibrì è uno dei geoglifi più famosi: la distanza tra gli estremi delle sue due ali è di 66 metri ed è lungo 94 metri.

8/15/2016 Port of Shanghai Shanghai, China 30°37′35″N 122°03′53″E   The Port of Shanghai is the world’s busiest container port, handling more than 35 million TEUs (approximately 776 million tons) of cargo every year. That weight is roughly equal to 1.7 times the mass of all humans living on the planet.

8/15/2016 Port of Shanghai Shanghai, China 30°37′35″N 122°03′53″E The Port of Shanghai is the world’s busiest container port, handling more than 35 million TEUs (approximately 776 million tons) of cargo every year. That weight is roughly equal to 1.7 times the mass of all humans living on the planet.

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