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Death toll from building collapse in Tenerife resort rises to seven

Two men were found dead today, while the bodies of two men and a woman were recovered over...

Hey everyone! My name is Gray Mitchell (@graywmitchellphoto) and I am super excited to be taking over today! I am a 22 year old college student currently living in Atlanta, GA. I study architecture, but my passion is landscape photography! I hope you enjoy the images I have chosen to share, and as always, check out my profile for more of my work! So this first shot is of sunrise at Lago di Braies in the Dolomites in Northern Italy. I had an amazing morning at the lake capturing images from…

Photos of Famous Landmarks While They Were Still Under Construction

As part of the design criteria, the Eiffel Tower was built so that it could be easily torn down at the end of the 1989 World's Fair. Thank goodness the decision was made to leave it up and it become one of the most iconic structures in the World. - MRW

Make Your Own At Home- Weed Killer

Weed killer- Vinegar, Salt and Dawn. I made a batch of this today and within hours the weeds were dead. It really worked. I am thrilled, because it is cheap, natural and easy

Danish Architect Henning Larsen, "Master of Light," Dead at 87

This photo is from 2 years ago today. After many months of creating my River Collection I took it to the Architectural Digest Design Show in New York City and debuted it for the world to see. I put everything I had into my work sent out pre-show press releases to all the right people crated and shipped about a dozen pieces of furniture across the country got the best booth in the show and bet big. I spent almost all our savings (and learned a lot about why you dont stay in the cheapest…

Death toll from building collapse in Tenerife resort rises to seven

The death toll from a building collapse in Tenerife rose to seven as rescuers continued th...

Timeline Tuesday 07/24/2012: Does this area of Union Terminal look familiar? It should if you've been to our Cincinnati History Museum! Here we see the south vehicle ramp where workers were finishing tile work and preparing to pour sidewalks in 1932. Today, this is where our very popular Cincinnati in Motion exhibit is located