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Evil has taken root

Evil has taken root

This is an industrial factory in Donetsk, Ukraine

Evil needs a hug.

Looks like it could be from a Valve game, either half-life or TF2.

Do you happen to know what it produces or what those pipes are for?

EDIT: Reverse image search yields this.

"Creature of industry" in Donetsk, Ukraine. "I'm not some artsy photographer," Macha told RFE/RL. "I'm not even very interested in photography. It's just the best medium for recording the production cycle."

-From the photographer, Viktor Macha

The building is some sort of steelworks/smelting facility.

Everyday is leg day

Everyday is leg day
The Rock of Guatapé  is a monolithic formation in Colombia. It is located in the town and municipality of Guatapé, Antioquia. The town of El Peñol, which borders Guatapé, has also historically claimed the rock as their own and thus the stone is sometimes referred to as the "Stone of El Peñol" instead of the "Rock of Guatapé".

The rock was first climbed officially on July 1954. In 2006, Luis Villegas, Pedro Nel Ramirez, and Ramón Díaz climbed the rock in a five-day endeavor, using sticks that were fixed against the rock's wall.

A new species of plant was found on the top of the rock, subsequently named Pitcairnia heterophylla by a German scientist.

A viewing spot was eventually built on top of the rock. There are 740 steps to the uppermost step atop the building at the summit, a fact reinforced by yellow numbers also seen in the climb up the stairs.

In the 1940s, the Colombian government declared it a "National Monument"

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The Rock of Guatapé  is a monolithic formation in Colombia. It is located in the town and municipality of Guatapé, Antioquia. The town of El Peñol, which borders Guatapé, has also historically claimed the rock as their own and thus the stone is sometimes referred to as the "Stone of El Peñol" instead of the "Rock of Guatapé".

The rock was first climbed officially on July 1954. In 2006, Luis Villegas, Pedro Nel Ramirez, and Ramón Díaz climbed the rock in a five-day endeavor, using sticks that were fixed against the rock's wall.

A new species of plant was found on the top of the rock, subsequently named Pitcairnia heterophylla by a German scientist.

A viewing spot was eventually built on top of the rock. There are 740 steps to the uppermost step atop the building at the summit, a fact reinforced by yellow numbers also seen in the climb up the stairs.

In the 1940s, the Colombian government declared it a "National Monument"

The only reason I couldn't live there is because when I'm walking down the 320th step I would get a raging case of "Did I REALLY turn off the __ or is my memory from the previous time I turned it off?"

I climbed this a couple years ago. The scenery from the top is absolutely beautiful and sprawling. It was also one of the most tiring climbs I've ever done.

Damn dude, I counted 35 flights of stairs. And I used the elevator to get to my third floor dorm lol

The $1.4 million home of FCC Chair Ajit Pai

The $1.4 million home of FCC Chair Ajit Pai

He didn't.

Obama appointed him as one of the Republican members, because the FCC Is made up of 5 members, 3-2 split in favor of the majority party. Trump is the one who made him chairman.

Get your shit straight.

The house that Verizon built.

....are you even trying? Haha no one hates him for his race, its entirely for his actions and the content of his character.

What's the address?

Enter the Void

Enter the Void
Duga was a Soviet over-the-horizon (OTH) radar system used as part of the Soviet anti-ballistic missile early-warning network. The system operated from July 1976 to December 1989. Two operational Duga radars were deployed, one near Chernobyl and Chernihiv in the Ukrainian SSR (present-day Ukraine), the other in eastern Siberia

from a distance

Duga was a Soviet over-the-horizon (OTH) radar system used as part of the Soviet anti-ballistic missile early-warning network. The system operated from July 1976 to December 1989. Two operational Duga radars were deployed, one near Chernobyl and Chernihiv in the Ukrainian SSR (present-day Ukraine), the other in eastern Siberia

"Your character has reached the edge of the map and can't go further"

On top of that these things were so powerful it interfered with radio signals half way around the world. Some radios would get constant tapping sounds dubbing Duna "the Russian woodpecker"

These graphics are trash. The render distance is so short they had to resort to all that fog! What is this, 1996?

Whoever built this is an evil genius

Whoever built this is an evil genius

Nothing like drowning in a sumberged, black tube with your only escape being a too-slippery-to-climb-up slope

I wouldn’t think the water would make the loop, atleast not “quickly”, resulting in a very long section completely submerged.

OK, so I have a new worst fear.

I’d imagine the first person would just float back up to where the water pooled up. My new fear is if 5 or 10 people slid in on top of you and then you would all be struggling and clawing up to the air in a big tangled mess of broken bones and dislocated joints and then also drown.

Edit: don’t forget you are all in the pitch black dark and screaming in between choking on water.

Looks like The End of Days in Seattle

Looks like The End of Days in Seattle

That's a pretty awesome pic

Can confirm--I'm dead in Seattle.

Saw this, and thought it was a great screenshot from Fallout: New Vegas. Damn good photo, but I think I need to put down this game for a bit.

Come home drunk; good luck finding your apartment

Come home drunk; good luck finding your apartment

Doors are usually the same color so I don’t see how this is any worse

good luck finding your apartment on acid

If only there were some sort of organization system using numbers or letters or a combination of both that we could use to identify apartments...

kinda reminds me of Monsters Inc

it's called The SOHO, an office building in Tokyo, Japan

Hey, wanna build a grand cathedral to worship the dark lord? ...ugh ok

Hey, wanna build a grand cathedral to worship the dark lord? ...ugh ok

Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral is a Gothic cathedral, and French national monument, located in the town of Clermont-Ferrand.

It began construction in the 13th century, being built entirely in black lava stone. This makes it highly distinctive, and visible from a great distance. Its twin spires are 108 metres tall, and tower above the town's rooftops.

His parents probably thought this whole gothic thing was "just a phase".

And of course a second, smaller cathedral, for when you're only low-key evil and not full-blown evil.

I don't remember this from Assassin's Creed.

Spread your wings and fly away

Spread your wings and fly away
Located in Tbilisi, Georgia, this is the former Tbilisi Institute of Technology, erected in 1976.

The facade features the character of Icarus represented with what many described as "a singular resemblance to Batman." For this reason, locals call it The Batman

During the process of de-sovietization, symbols of the sickle and hammer were removed from the wings. There is little information about the building as it is not possible to trace the name of the architect and artist who created the project.

Here's another picture

Located in Tbilisi, Georgia, this is the former Tbilisi Institute of Technology, erected in 1976.

The facade features the character of Icarus represented with what many described as "a singular resemblance to Batman." For this reason, locals call it The Batman

During the process of de-sovietization, symbols of the sickle and hammer were removed from the wings. There is little information about the building as it is not possible to trace the name of the architect and artist who created the project.

That does not look like Batman, that looks like fuckin Lucifer the Morning Star.

I’m scared to say them out loud in case I accidentally summon the devil

Fly awaaaaaayyy

Far awaaaayyy

Pull yourself together, cause you know you could do better...

A bridge to nowhere

A bridge to nowhere

This is a residential building in Tbilisi, Georgia

It looks like something out of Silent Hill.

If y'all like this kind of thing, I have a whole album of post-Soviet Central Asia that's just this style.

Edit: I'm lazy and it's Saturday night but I'll find the best pics I have and upload em tomorrow.

Looks like it goes into the other building...

Try one of these subthreads