After a storm dropped 18 inches of snow on Montreal in less than 24 hours, competitive snowboarder Seb Toots took to the slope of Mount Royal, a park next to the city’s downtown.
This tiny, fold-up electric car from Hiriko, set to hit the streets later this year, can go 75 miles with each charge. Built for crowded city centers, it only travels up to 31 miles per hour, but that’s a small price to pay when your car’s length can be reduced to 59 inches, similar to the width of a normal car.
Watch this video and spend the day with New York City Department of Transportation’s pothole repair crew, a group of individuals who work tirelessly to make the roads safer for vehicles and pedestrians alike. On a good day, the crew can repair as many as 4,000 potholes.
Photographer Abelard Morrell brings the city inside, creating photographs by turning entire rooms into giant camera obscuras.
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