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3d Model of Dubrovnik Constructed from Flickr Photos

This 3D reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia was made entirely by computers from photos sourced on Flickr. It contains 4,619 images and nearly 3.5 million 3D points. This project is referenced by Victor Burgin in his keynote presentation at Urban Encounters: … Continue reading

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Giant Hole in Guatemala City

This photo was taken from the Guatemalan Government’s Flickr feed and shows a “massive, spontaneous sinkhole (“hundimiento”) that appeared today in Zone 2 of Guatemala City, after overwhelming saturation of rains from tropical storm Agatha.” More at boingboing

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Bird Imprints on Flickr

Here is a photo of the imprint left by a bird flying into a window. Its from a flickr group called Bird Imprints on Glass which features 122 photos. I think its really interesting the way various flickr users around … Continue reading

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Chewing Gum Trees

Today I saw this photo taken in Mexico City by the artist Gabriel Kuri which shows a tree by a bus stop which is completely covered with chewing gum. I also recalled having read about a photograph by David Byrne of … Continue reading

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Security Envelope Patterns

Here is a link to a flickr pool showing patterns from the inside of envelopes designed to make it impossible to read the contents throught the envelope.

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