Castellated dial clock, 16th century, Nortwest Europe | Cassiobury Park turret clock, early 17th century, England
Weight-Driven Clock, Italy, 16th Century | Gehn’s D’ni timepiece, Age 223
Camino del Rey trail | El Chorro gorge, Spain
Photos of the Camino del Rey, a vertiginous and very dangerous trail in a very steep canyon called Desfiladero de los Gaitanes (or El Chorro Gorge), in southern Spain.
This is a “No Trespassing” zone, officially closed to the public, but many climbers and hikers walk this trail every day despite its very poor condition and several fatal accidents in recent years.
The trail is made of slabs of concrete attached to a vertical cliff, about 100m (300ft) above the bottom of the canyon. There is no guard-rail and the concrete slabs are completely rotten, with gapping holes and entire sections missing.
(Source: Flickr / loupiote)
Mushroom Lodge | Aspen, CO
Built in the 70s by its original owner Andre Ulrych, the home’s design was inspired by a nautilus shell and there are 12 different levels (including platforms and loft spaces) that curl around the home, connected by ladders and stairways.
(Source: The New York Times)
Sorceress, Crescendo | Colin H. Sillerud