Photographer Manuel Alvarez Diestro gives these monolithic boneyards a grim celebration.
The "hybrid" eclipse of the sun on November 3 was so rare it won't happen again until 2172.
Ash Thayer moved to Manhattan to become a photographer. Her community became her subject.
In 2012, Jose Manuel Abel moved to Munich in desperate search of a job. One year later, he's employed, but without his family.
The MTA's own operators are some of the system's most talented, and most prolific, chroniclers.
Photographer Philip Jarmain has spent years slipping into Detroit's historically significant abandoned spaces, now prey to scrap thieves, fire bombers, and municipal bulldozers.
Rob Walter's photographs of Omaha may seem dreary. But he is devoted to his "social, supportive" city.
Closed for over 20 years, SEPTA's old Spring Garden station has become a "mecca" for local graffiti artists and urban explorers.
A photographer figures out how to infuse Ryazan with a "new emotion."
Even a quick snap can cause a massive, dangerous runner pile-up, organizers say.
One photographer merges old photographs of street life in Toronto with the same sites today.
In "Last House Standing," Ben Marcin shoots neighbor-less rowhouses surrounded by dreary, vacant lots.
A photographer from Philly wants to put your face on a billboard.
How we learned to use Polariod's precursor to capture urban life.
Travel back in time to Buffalo, 1979.
On this Japanese island, you no longer have to ask strangers to take your group photos.
Martin Adolfsson photographs upper-class subdivisions around the world without permission.
If Alice Austen weren't a real person, some novelist might have had to invent her.
"St. Louis is sort of an underdog. We're scrappy. We're gritty. This city has been through a lot of shit."