Tag Archives: landscape

Japan’s most beautiful places

A collection of beautiful sceneries from around Japan. Enjoy Read more […]

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Volcanos by various photographers

The wrath of the Gods strike the Earth as the bloody magma screams amongst the heavens. This is a photo collection of volcanoes parked on all corners of the world in the midst of its merciless eruptions. Whether the images horrifies you out of your wits or sets a sense of calamity, the moments captured by the photographers are nonetheless powerful. From Empty Kingdom Read more […]

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Waterland in color, by Vassilis Tangoulis

Waterland in color, by Vassilis Tangoulis Vassilis Tangoulis leads a double carrier as an academic teacher-Lecturer  and a fine art photographer. He is a physicist working in the Chemistry department in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and  despite his full time carrier has also found success following his lifetime passion of photography. He has been a recipient of international award for his Black and White long exposure work. He was born in a small Greek town – Karpenisi Read more […]

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International Garden Festival 2015

Call for proposals – International Garden Festival 2015 Grand-Métis, Canada The International Garden Festival Landscape Architecture, Art, Competition, Garden + Terrace,Installation + Public art, Urban Design “Buzz” is the operative word guiding the 2015 International Garden Festival. The installations selected by the jury will have a special energy and connection to the natural world. They will be bold or earthy, complex or very simple.The goal is to intrigue visitors with the unusual Read more […]

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Hilgard Garden by Mary Barensfeld Architecture

Hilgard Garden by Mary Barensfeld Architecture “A meandering ramp through aromatic groundcover and the limbs of three Japanese maples presents itself as a garden path in a Zen-like retreat. The garden, the back yard of a 1964 Berkeley, CA townhouse, traverses a steeply sloping site to provide access to an upper level patio with views of Sutro Tower and San Francisco. To avoid swallowing large swathes of the backyard square footage with a conventional stair, angular, board-form concrete Read more […]

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