A lone abandoned home somewhere deep in the seemingly untouched Hida (飛騨) region of Gifu Prefecture, Japan—a place where, if you look closely enough, forgotten structures hide in plain sight.
The jungles of Chiapas, Mexico once hid the ancient Mayan city-state known as Palenque, where today many ruins remain intact.
At 3,724 metres high, Aoraki (Mt. Cook) is New Zealand’s tallest mountain—and certainly one of its most photogenic—located on the South Island.
Outside Teotihuacan, the ancient Mesoamerican site with great archaeological significance in Estado de Mexico, Mexico.
Ouro Preto (literally “Black Gold”) was a mining town nestled in the mountains of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Off in the far distance, enveloped in fog, is one of the town’s five baroque churches overlooking the colonial townscape. (iPhone)
Tapijulapa is a designated “pueblo magico” (literally “magical town”) resting comfortably in the mountains of Tabasco, Mexico.
An old-fashioned handloom is used for weaving textiles in Bohol, Philippines.
Somewhere on the Bay of Islands, New Zealand.
A typically busy crosswalk by the Osaka Railway Station in Osaka, Japan.
Rows upon rows of apartment buildings can be found in the outskirts of Taipei, Taiwan.
Somewhere in the great, big Australian Outback.