We've already showed you the video about the device which can make clumsy wheelchairs end up on the scrap-heap of history. Here are some more images of this awesome invention, which is an absolutely new concept of facilitating the everyday indoor tasks of disabled people.
Photos taken through the lens of the Piccolette Contessa-Nettel folding camera from 1926 attached to the modern Canon 5D SLR. The Zeiss lens, which is almost 100-year-old, is still capable of making sharp images, though the lack of coating produces strong lens flare under back and lateral lightning.
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.