Monday, June 22, 2009 at 5:19 AM |
NOTE: Next Mondays spotlight will be posted Friday June 26. I will be away on vacation. Here are last weeks picks. For photo titles and the photographers names for each photo, hover your mouse over the images. For more information click on their photo to visit their Flickr page.

Only 2 links I found this past week.

Strange Geographies: The Salton Sea
Most Abandoned Places in the World by reddit.com

Thanks to all those photographers who contributed this week.
As always, the following photos are in no particular order.

conformity
Photo credit: www.ste-peg.com

Cathedrale steel
Photo credit: NARIBIS

cube
Photo credit: el_crater


Photo credit: 5y12u3k

...
Photo credit: la.churri


Photo credit: C.Y.R.I.L.

Waterloo Road Bridge
Photo credit: Homer Simpsons Donut

Industrial h4Яd0n #2
Photo credit: • Deeva •


Photo credit: jordannicolette

Keep your workingplace clean and in order!
Photo credit: Batram

The showroom..
Photo credit: Static_P

No more train today ...
Photo credit: Bousure

Starter for a long race...
Photo credit: NARIBIS

Ligature
Photo credit: neiltron

The silent station
Photo credit: phill.d

IMG_9667
Photo credit: posthumus_cake

End of the line
Photo credit: phill.d

Tuileries du Littoral
Photo credit: Static_P

Outside the equipment room
Photo credit: Nessy (Out of action!)

Silver King 6.14.2009
Photo credit: summit42

Bunge 6
Photo credit: Ride My Pony

Waiting for the (V)alien
Photo credit: piper969

Centrale Werkplaatsen
Photo credit: telefunker

DSC_2382
Photo credit: .:Rommel

Zeche Zollern IV
Photo credit: Berni Beudel

Kill your lab
Photo credit: el_crater

FDC
Photo credit: gideon_thecat

twin towers
Photo credit: aufziehvogel2006

Tagebau Garzweiler
Photo credit: Martino - NL

FDC-
Photo credit: gideon_thecat

See you Friday!
Posted by Chris Smart

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