1. SzimplaKert


    from Brett Michael Nelson / Added

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    Szimpla is known for being the best ruin bar in Budapest. For over ten years it has been one of the most popular locations to visit for both locals and tourists. Every night of the week, you can find it full of happy people listening to great djs and enjoying drinks, hookahs, carrots, and pizza. The size of the bar is incredible, and more amazing is the random art and objects strewn all over as decoration. Low colorful lighting gives it a subtle and chill ambience that can't be beat. If you only have time to visit one bar, make it Szimpla. Kazinczy Utca 14, Budapest, Hungary

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    • Beeston Castle (UK) Cheshire (1080p) 29.976fps


      from Will Tomlinson / Added

      80 Plays / / 1 Comment

      Beeston Castle is a former Royal castle in Beeston, Cheshire, England, perched on a rocky sandstone crag 350 feet above the Cheshire Plain. It was built in the 1220s by Ranulf de Blondeville, 6th Earl of Chester, on his return from the Crusades english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/beeston-castle-and-woodland-park/ 60d Canon + Magic Lantern Edited on LR Time-lapse3 and Adobe Lightroom 4 and After Effects CS6 EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens

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      • CHAOS


        from guillaume chamahian / Added

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        • Making of "Dhow at Peace"


          from Hammad Iqbal / Added

          A quick breakdown of my image titled "Dhow at Peace". This is my first making of video that does not touch any technicalities. If you have questions, you may send me a private message or comment below. See final image here: http://500px.com/photo/48813984 For latest work and videos, LIKE my page: www.facebook.com/hammadiqbalphotography

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          • Thinking Particles 5 test#3 WIP02 +Fumefx


            from Johnleo Ruin / Added

            960 Plays / / 3 Comments

            an update of my TP5 test#3 Robot model and animation by: Mark Ylagan

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            • Gliding at the old ruin (Glidecam)


              from Avner Gaddish / Added

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              This was shot at an old ruin not far away - a great place to take the kids (with a glidecam, of course). Processed with FCP X and Film Convert - a great combo! Music: "Time Tellers" by Anitek (www.soundcloud.com/anitek)

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              • Caput tympani CLIb


                from REBIS A.Gray / Added

                Umbrella & Cat / Paraguas & Gata

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                • Caput tympani CLIa


                  from REBIS A.Gray / Added

                  Ruin & Cat / Ruina & Gata

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                  • Documenting a Space in 5 Clips


                    from TryLiving Media / Added

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                    This short film was shot in the abandoned concrete factory at Ratho, Edinburgh, which now lies empty and abandoned. Its machinery left to rot and its walls allowed to crumble. When walking up to the building you cannot see the machinery which lies inside its aging walls. The only real signs of its hidden industrial links are the large cooling fans inserted into its towering walls and the signs, which would once have warned workers of passing forklift trucks and of the dangerous machinery they worked with. Graffiti adorns the building, both inside and out, adding to the sense of abandonment and giving a much needed splash of vibrant colour to the otherwise grey and drab surroundings. To access the interior of the factory, you must walk all the way around the building, allowing the visitor to examine the crumbling walls of this great, intimidating specimen. Once inside, the noise of the nearby road is muffled, replaced instead, by the sounds of loose metal panels creaking and banging in the wind, which whistles through the holes in the crumbling walls and ceilings. The sudden outburst of bird’s wings flapping as they flee from their industrial shelter can easily startle someone visiting the site for the first time. They nest among the beams and pipes that run across the length of the factories ceilings. This and the plant life which now grows throughout the factory prove how this once loud, polluting and potentially dangerous location has been handed over to nature and has become instead, a place of calm and serenity. Sunlight is scattered across the floor, shining in through the cracks and holes, highlighting features of the building you may otherwise not have noticed. Often the light bounces off of the shattered glass that is strewn across the floor, creating a magical mirror ball effect on the walls when clouds part, and fading away again when they return. The factory itself is quite a paradox. On the one hand excessive decay, the whispering wind and the sound of water dripping into the pools, which now collect around the base of the looming machinery, give the factory a most eerie atmosphere, one which the first time visitor cannot escape. Often they will find themselves looking over their shoulder every time a metal panel creaks or a bird flutters through one of the countless, gaping holes in the ceiling. Trust me; I speak from first-hand experience of this. On the other hand, the calming effect of the bird songs which flood through the vast, open doorways and the total detachment from the noise and bustle of the outside world, allow the visitor to become truly immersed in nature and achieve a sense of serenity which otherwise is increasingly hard to achieve in today’s hectic society.

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                    • RADIOSONDE


                      from James W. Norton / Added

                      28 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      The film shows the final existence of the meteorological radio station outside of Hemsby on the Norfolk coast. The film is a site responsive art work and brings together a haunting intersection of a abandoned location and its lost memories. Shortly after this film was made the site was demolished leaving no trace. The film was shown at the Anglia Ruskin gallery in Cambridge.

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