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.

Desert Breath installation | El Gouna, Egypt

submission by catherwood

coffmanbycamera:

The Mainframe

submission by abstractpenguin

coffmanbycamera:

The Mainframe

submission by abstractpenguin

D’ni language blocks | available on Etsy at Apparatus Arcani

3D environment renders | Ignis Ferrouque

Working Stone | quarry photography by Kirsten Hoving

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

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

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)

abandoned Olympics luge track | Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

photos by Bob Ramsak

(Source: Flickr / brightblightcafe)

Anna stood at the center of the strange circle of rock and dust and looked about her, her eyes half-lidded.

"…It looks natural. It looks … well, I imagine that from above it would look like a giant drop of water had fallen from the sky."

"Or that sieve of mine." He narrowed his eyes and crouched a moment, studying the pattern of stones by his feet, then shook his head again.

"Vibrations," he said quietly. "Vibrations deep in the earth."

-Anna and her father, The Book of Ti’ana

Crystal Cave | Bermuda

photos by Jason Duncan

I’m queueing up a heavier post load over the next couple of days as an reminder to spread the word and contribute to the Obduction Kickstarter campaign!  This blog wouldn’t exist without the minds over at Cyan, so I owe ‘em a whole lot.

(Source: Flickr / jasonduncan)