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The Blue Eyed Daisy, the nation's smallest LEED Silver certified commercial establishment, is located in Serenbe, Chattahooche Hills, Georgia. Read about this 1,000 acre, environmentally focused community in Issue 30's Unsprawl case study by Megan Kimble. http://terrain.org/2012/unsprawl/serenbe/

The Blue Eyed Daisy, the nation's smallest LEED Silver certified commercial establishment, is located in Serenbe, Chattahooche Hills, Georgia. Read about this 1,000 acre, environmentally focused community in Issue 30's Unsprawl case study by Megan Kimble. http://terrain.org/2012/unsprawl/serenbe/

Train Graveyard - North Carolina | Around 78 abandoned and decaying subways, trains, and buses from all over the country were recently discovered by photographer Johnny Joo in a North Carolina forest.

12 of the world's coolest wrecks

Train Graveyard - North Carolina | Around 78 abandoned and decaying subways, trains, and buses from all over the country were recently discovered by photographer Johnny Joo in a North Carolina forest.

Originally from Ohio, this is from his 16 years and with the influence of the Silent Hill horror video games series in the horror series, the photographer Jonny Joo cultivates a passion for abandoned places by man. Beautiful and dark photographs taken in several U.S. states, also to discover in a book called “Empty Spaces”.

Empty Spaces Photography

Originally from Ohio, this is from his 16 years and with the influence of the Silent Hill horror video games series in the horror series, the photographer Jonny Joo cultivates a passion for abandoned places by man. Beautiful and dark photographs taken in several U.S. states, also to discover in a book called “Empty Spaces”.

The town of Namie, once home to 20,000 people, lies inside the exclusion zone created by the Fukushima incident. The lights are left on to maintain hope that residents will eventually be allowed to return. [Japan]

The town of Namie, once home to 20,000 people, lies inside the exclusion zone created by the Fukushima incident. The lights are left on to maintain hope that residents will eventually be allowed to return. [Japan]

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