This 100ft (30 meters) water tower located in the small Belgian village of Steenokkerzeel was originally built between 1938 and 1941. It stood abandoned for a couple decades until some local business dude hired Patrick Mets, Brussels based architecture firm Bham Design Studio, in 2007 to convert the former water tower into a home tower.
"A fisherman passes a shipwreck near the port of Greenville, Liberia. In the mid 1990s, a vessel arrived carrying an aid cargo of rice and fuel. The captain and crew left the ship when it developed a problem and was in danger of sinking. They returned the next day to find that the whole cargo had disappeared and the ship had been ravaged".
Photo by Tim Hetherington