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Dallas’ High Five Interchange

As we around the world continue to acquire automobiles at a precipitous rate, we also have to build increasingly complex intersections to deal with the resulting traffic. Few places epitomise this movement more than the the massive, five-level High Five Interchange in Dallas, Texas, one of the most impossibly complex highway junctions you will ever see.

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Tuesday, 22nd March 2011

The Arrow Lakes

Originally two separate lakes, Upper Arrow Lake and Lower Arrow Lake were joined together in 1968 as part of a programme of construction that has seen 14 dams built on the Columbia River since 1937, converting almost the entire 2,000…

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Tuesday, 2nd November 2010

Street View Ireland: 4 weeks later

Four weeks ago, Google launched their Street View service in the Republic of Ireland. Google had been capturing pictures1 of Irish cities, towns and countryside over the previous year. So where were you the day the circus came to town?…

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Wednesday, 27th October 2010

Suez Canal

The Suez Canal is a 193km long waterway in Egypt which connects the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea, allowing ship traffic to pass between Asia and Europe without having to travel all the way around Africa. The narrow width…

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Tuesday, 10th August 2010

The Rideau Canal: From Ottawa to Lake Ontario

The Rideau Canal is a World Heritage Site waterway which connects Canada’s capital Ottawa to the city of Kingston on Lake Ontario. The route consists of a combination of several lakes, numerous rivers and dams, and 19km of man-made canals,…

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Tuesday, 27th July 2010

Expo 2010, Shanghai

New imagery of Shanghai provides a good look at many of the unique buildings created for Expo 2010 which opened on May 1 to showcase countries from around the world and to highlight China’s largest city’s emerging status as the…

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Wednesday, 5th May 2010
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Via Appia Antica

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Grad Tags Across Canada

The final year of school in every country comes with many ceremonies and traditions. In Canada, one of those traditions is to celebrate the supremacy of your graduating class over all others by spray painting your ‘grad’ year over anything and everything.

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