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From Waste to Water Reservoir: Building a Rain Barrel from a Trash Can

Guest post by Garret Stembridge Environmentally friendly rain barrels can be made from pretty much any 55 – 60 gallon container, but one of the most readily available is a basic trash can. Ot…

Few places inspire wanderlust like the colorful country of Morocco, where bright blue cities, Sahara dunes, maze-like medinas, mounds of spices, and much, much more exist in a space slightly larger than California.

Few places inspire wanderlust like the colorful country of Morocco, where bright blue cities, Sahara dunes, maze-like medinas, mounds of spices, and much, much more exist in a space slightly larger than California.

This breathtaking pool of glistening turquoise water under creamy ecclesiastical stone vaulting is the underground water reservoir tank of Mountsouris, a hidden treasure in the south of the Paris. Sitting undisturbed beneath the feet of unknowing Parisians, the original entrance is unfortunately closed to the public. The photograph above was taken by urban explorer photographer De Graaf.

This breathtaking pool of glistening turquoise water under creamy ecclesiastical stone vaulting is the underground water reservoir tank of Mountsouris, a hidden treasure in the south of the Paris. Sitting undisturbed beneath the feet of unknowing Parisians, the original entrance is unfortunately closed to the public and special visitation days have been cancelled in recent…

Public infrastructure is known for being utilitarian, uninspiring, and downright ugly. But not always. At first glance, this giant water storage system under Houston looks more like the pillared nave of an ancient cathedral. Now the lost space that’s larger than a football field is open for visits.

Public infrastructure is known for being utilitarian, uninspiring, and downright ugly. But not always. At first glance, this giant water storage system under Houston looks more like the pillared nave of an ancient cathedral. Now the lost space that’s larger than a football field is open for visits.

This cold water reservoir is a great place to enjoy flat water paddling with gorgeous scenery surrounding you in every direction.

This cold water reservoir is a great place to enjoy flat water paddling with gorgeous scenery surrounding you in every direction.