Polar Inertia

I just about never recommend other sites directly.  I usually just post links and if you like what you see, you look around.  However, Polar Inertia: Journal of Nomadic and Popular Culture may pass you by and I wanted to make a special call out to it.

It is a journal of images, often of distressed urban sites.  This season’s offerings include a series on tangled utility wires in Bangkok, fascinating shelters built by homeless in Tokyo, and Soviet-era bus stops in the Soviet Union.

This is a magazine that covers material I don’t find elsewhere.  Well worth a look.

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