The disused airfield of Byholma in Sweden became a local landmark after it was turned into the giant timber storage. Enormous piles of tree trunks 13 m (42.6 ft) high and 2 km (1.24 mi) long were built up here after the dreadful hurricane Gudrun, which brought down the big part of Sweden forests in 2005.


World’s Biggest Timber Storage

Photographer Stefan Koppelkamm took these pictures of East Germany in the early 90s, soon after the German reunification, when much of the buildings had yet to be rebuilt. He returned ten years later to take photos of the same locations, and found them completely transformed for the better.


Astonishing East German Renovation

Pullan family from India is about to enter the Guinness Book of Records for being the largest albino family in the world. As long as albinism affects around one in 17,000 people, it is the unique occasion that there’s a family of seven persons who all share this condition.


The Largest Albino Family in the World