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Often seen as a cold and desolate place, Mongolia isn’t a place for the non-hearty. But the beauty of Mongolia is often overlooked. Here’s a glance at Mongolia in winter, which indeed looks mighty cold, but also very pretty. Photos by Dheera Venkatraman,  Via BoredPanda:
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When they’re not resupplying the International Space Station or planning much bigger adventures, SpaceX apparently has a fun and whimsical team that can draw. These inspiring retro-futuristic tourism posters show people vacationing on Olympus Mons (the highest peak in the solar system), see Mars’ moons, Phobos and Deimos, and more. Perhaps inspired by NASA’s own exoplanet tourism posters, it’s fun to see serious companies showing an artistic and exploratory side.
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A great project that breathes life, literally, into one of Detroit’s abandoned houses. Via MyModernMet:

What does it look like when you give florists 48 hours to fill an old, abandoned house with flowers? These photos, taken by photographer Heather Saunders, are from the trail run of Flower House, an exhibition planned in October that will fill 15 rooms of a dilapidated Detroit home with between 60,000 and 100,000 flowers. For the preview event, it took florists 48 hours and 4,000 flowers to transform a neighboring house into a wildly beautiful wonderland.

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Photographer Jose Cervera Hauser has a beautiful collection of photos taken under the sea entitles Underwater Portfolio. His eye for capturing creatures underwater is keen, and his proximity to some of his scarier subjects sound like great conversation pieces in of themselves. Via Behance:

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From many angles, this structure is a simple, quaint church. But peek from a different vantage point, and something entirely different comes into view.

Belgium church see through

Belgium church see through

Belgium church see through

Containing more than 100 layers of stacked steel, they are equidistantly staggered to change appearance depending on your viewpoint. Architect group Gijs Van Vaerenbergh built the church sculpture in Belgium. Pretty amazing. Via SunnySkyz:

Belgium church see through

Belgium church see through

Belgium church see through

Belgium church see through

Belgium church see through

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