In March 2011, Japan experienced a destructive earthquake that caused tsunami waves as high as 40 meters. Here are the pics showing it immediately after the earthquake, in march 2012 and how it looks today two years later.
Who knew that Nigeria has a film industry that actually makes more movies per annum than America’s Hollywood? Well I certainly didn’t but it is apparently it is the second largest film producing industry in size! Nollywood produce about two thousand films every year. Films are shot using digital technology, take roughly 10 days to complete and range in cost from $20,000 to $40,000 each. Of course, there is no time for rehearsals.
This building in North Yorkshire, England is situated on the migration routes of wild geese. In cloudy weather, the gray color of the wall blends into the color of the sky with the result that many birds fly beak first into the side of the building. The owner contacted the authorities of the city for assistance and they have appealed to the public for artists who have a good concept for the wall’s design.
These revealing images highlight the oppressive living conditions of many Hong Kong families. The urban slums are home to the poor and elderly and homes are sometimes no bigger than the average toilet cubicle. Aerial photos taken by the Society for Community Organisation show the harsh reality of life in one of the richest cities. Rental in the city is around $11.60 per square foot per month which is why people are forced to live in such small spaces.