Unused architecture can find new life in unexpected ways. In New York City, a set of above-ground train tracks was transformed into an innovative linear park called the High Line, and it has proved to be a haven for tourists and residents alike. Seoul has followed suit with the recent opening of Skygarden, a 983-meter-long once-abandoned highway converted into a lush elevated walkway. At night, the unconventional park is illuminated with a tranquil blue glow.
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Australian photographer Ray Collins is known for his breathtaking portraits of the ocean.
Renowned pop artist Jeff Koons has recently installed a new sculpture in the middle of New York City’s Rockefeller Center.
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