Worn books, aged leather, hidden paths, striking vistas, and displaced machinery- an accumulation of images from, inspired by, and relevant to the ages of Myst.

Myst Linking Book iPad/eReader Cover | available on Etsy via GeekifyInc

submission by theeternalhouse:

A very Rivenesque castle renovation; had me scanning the photos for a glimpse of Gehn.

Wow- we couldn’t agree more!  This is the Sigmundskron castle renovation by architect Werner Tscholl, located in South Tyrol, Italy.

stairs to Athabasca Falls | Sunner Lagoon stairs in Riven: The Sequel to Myst

photo by Michael Leonard

King Aragon’s stairs | Bonifacio, Corsica, France
photo by Allard Shager, submission by justinoaksford

3D environment renders | Ignis Ferrouque

Working Stone | quarry photography by Kirsten Hoving

Tumblr being Tumblr



Wansheng Stone Forest | Eder Kemo

photo by Konrad Shek

ahaha, that last image is a screenshot of Eder Kemo as it’s seen in the old videogame Uru- Ages Beyond Myst


Literally says Eder Kemo right there in the description.  And the tags.  And this is a Myst blog.

Migration Hand Design earrings by Michael Adams (Hopi/Tewa)

Migration Hand Design earrings by Michael Adams (Hopi/Tewa)

Wansheng Stone Forest | Eder Kemo in Uru: Ages Beyond Myst

photo by Konrad Shek

Salina Turda | Transylvania, Romania

Salina Turda is a centuries-old salt mine in Romania that has been converted into an underground tourist attraction complete with rides, a museum, and health spa. Visitors to the mine can go boating on an underground lake, attend a concert in a 180-seat amphitheater, and ride a carousel deep within a salt cavern. [ x ]

submission by Nathan

(Source: salinaturda.eu)