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Portovenere by tomvoc: View of San Pietro church at Portovenere village, Liguria, Italy.
Sentinel of Time by EdwinMartinez: THE SENTINEL OF TIME | July 2014

Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, located in White Mountain in INYO forest in California is home of the most unique and oldest living non-clonal organism in the state. Reaching this place took a drive upwards to almost 12,000ft above sea level.

Our group from a photo safari lined up after sunset to capture the Milky Way and it’s appearance with one of the most unique tree formation we found. Despite the danger falling off a 10 feet cliff with jagged rocks, this was the most memorable time for the group as we scrounge and bite of other’s ass to get the shot. Laughs and memorable moments.
The Dalmeny by Enter Projects Enter Projects have designed a contemporary extension to an existing house in Sydney, Australia.

Project description

At 7m tall and 9.5m wide, this addition to a federation period style home took only months to complete. The abundant natural light that shines through its wide glass entrance enhances the urban chic vibe from its bright white and green interior.
The Dalmeny is made entirely with natural materials; a shack meet tech-science hybrid solution to the generic suburban environment.
An inspiration from the iconic Australian shack, with a corrugated iron exterior, The Dalmeny is nothing short of an architectural trendsetter. Our goal was to reinterpret the old the shack/suburban house, with a fresh and stylish upgrade. The homes’ design is suited to the modern young family. Open plan, homework on kitchen island ipads and ambient music; replace the suburban scenes of 50yrs ago of segmented rooms and dark kitchens.
Various forms of digital technology were used to conceptualize and develop the thought-provoking combination shown. The design incorporates ambient cove lighting, tracery steel work and benefits from natural heating and cooling.
As you move from the original house, a series of corrugated metal bands mold the form radiating out into the yard, giving the structure a giant accordion-like appearance. The ‘accordion’ was produced using laser-cutting machines used to create the unequal pieces meant for a boat hull. The addition extends the existing roof pitch towards the rear of the site, creating a new living area, kitchen and mezzanine-level master ensuite.
The Dalmeny is a zen and more human alternative to modern box architecture, creating the feeling of stepping into a organic tech-fresh world. The “tech-shack” is a warm and friendly upgrade any suburban house could use.

Architect: Enter Projects
Photography by Brett Boardman Photography
Ice Maker. by Escalonilla: Fabrica de hielo.

No ha quedado como me imaginaba, pero me entretengo mucho con estas composiciones.

Ice Maker. 

It has not been like I imagined, but I amuse a lot with these compositions.
The Takeover by Pcoskun: I have a horizontal version of this scene, but there where a lot of things I liked about the vertical as well. When the light goes off here it just transforms this magical location into a feast for the eyes. 

Watson Lake- Arizona
Fungis in the moss by PESA:
"FALLING INTO PLACE" by StuderCinema: I have been incredibly blessed. At only 19 I’ve had the opportunity to travel around the world multiple times to experience some of the most amazing places the earth has to offer. Funny thing is, no place I have ever traveled to has surpassed the beauty of my own backyard, Oregon. 

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ป่าปงเปียง by SaravutWhanset: Pa - pong-peang rice  terres in norththailand
Wonder Falls Sunset by rgoulet3: I changed the clouds here to ad a little drama to the image, hope you like it.  Have a great Thursday everyone, thanks for your support.
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