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Distant Rocks Off Ibiza from #treyratcliff at www.StuckInCustom.com - all images Creative Commons Noncommercial.
Epic Ocean view in HDR
Distant Rocks Off Ibiza Premium Photographic Print by Trey Ratcliff at Art.com
Beautiful Pictures of Spain by Trey Ratcliff | Travel Photography
Trey Ratcliff-love his photos. I can't believe this place really exists. It is kinda creepy but at the same time, really intriguing..........
Alnwick Garden | The Poison Garden "I wondered why so many gardens around the world focused on the healing power of plants rather than their ability to kill... I felt that most children I knew would be more interested in hearing how a plant killed, how long it would take you to die if you ate it and how gruesome and painful the death might be."
Hall Rutherford - to see this amazing chandelier up close.
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Beautiful Tree Light : Designed for the grandeur caves of a winery, the Chilean Red chandelier was created by sculptor Donald Lipski in collaboration with fellow designer Jonquil LeMaster. Specifically erected at the Kathryn Hall Vineyards in Rutherford, California, the Chilean Red chandelier boasts 1,500 dazzling Swarovski crystals. Chilean Red mimics the surfaces of grape vines through its texture and branches.
Amazing Tree Root Chandelier @ 'Hall' Winery ~ Napa Valley
Magnificent Chandelier Shaped Like Vineyard's Grape Vines - My Modern Metropolis - This is absolutely gorgeous D: guys i need this dining room
We’ll never know exactly what Vincent Van Gogh saw that inspired him to paint ‘The Starry Night’, but Alex Ruiz takes a delightful stab at guessing in his digital interpretation of the night that famous work was born.
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Illustration by Alex Ruiz via Rosa Golijan on Google+ | Van Gogh's "Starry Night" from a different perspective | #art #starrynight #landscapeart #illustration #awesome
I’ve often wondered about how the night sky looked to Van Gogh when he painted “Starry Night.” This is an homage to him, and to his painting, one of my all time favorites. Created in Photoshop using digital matte painting techniques. Prints available on my site. Image © Alex Ruiz. http://illusion.scene360.com/news-community/starry-night/ #vangogh #starrynight #nighttime #alexruiz #digitalart
Choose Something Like a Star, poem by Robert Frost w/ painting “Starry Night” by Alex Ruiz.(ARTIST’S NOTE: This is an homage to Vincent van Gogh, and to his painting “The Starry Night,”)
Surreal Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan
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10 Beautiful Places In The World That Actually Exist 1. Wisteria Tunnel Wisteria Tunnel is located at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan. Flowering trees hang overhead and the different colored rows speckle the garden.
Wisteria Tunnel is not some imaginary tunnel down the Wisteria Lane, a well known street where plenty of Desperate Housewives live. Believe it or not, this place actually exists and is located at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan. Flowering trees hang overhead and the different colored rows speckle the garden.
Wanna go for a walk? This stunning flower walkway is the known as the “Wisteria Tunnel,” situated in the Kawachi Fuji Garden - Kitakyushu, Japan
Wisteria Tunnel is located at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan. Flowering trees hang overhead and the different colored rows speckle the garden View more » http://hotelsearchin.com/amazing-places/kawachi-fuji-gardens-in-kitakyushu-japan/ Tags: #amazingplaces, #floweringtrees, #gardens, #kawachifuji, #kitakyushu, #wisteriatunnel
Over 10,000 books thrown out by public libraries were recently given new life in a beautiful new lighting installation by Inhabitat favorites Luzinterruptus. Called “Literature Versus Traffic”, the installation spilled out into the streets of Melbourne during the Light in Winter festival, fusing discarded books with glowing LED lights. The river of glowing books invited passersby to leaf through the volumes that had been forsaken for the dump and take them home.
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Public art installation in Melbourne by Luzinterruptus; people were encouraged to take any books they wanted. All the images on the clickthrough are beautiful, but this little girl packing up as many as she can carry with an amazed look is my favorite.
Literature versus traffic in Melbourne via Luzinterruptus Art Blog
Over 10,000 books thrown out by public libraries were recently given new life in a beautiful new lighting installation by Inhabitat favorites Luzinterruptus. Called “Literature Versus Traffic”, the installation spilled out into the streets of Melbourne during the Light in Winter festival, fusing discarded books with glowing LED lights. The river of glowing books invited passersby to leaf through the volumes that had been forsaken for the dump and take them home. @Angela Selter @Amy Morgeson
Literature versus Traffic by Spanish art collective Luzinterruptus. An installation of 10,000 LED-lit books in Melbourne, Australia. Old library books were given a second life as a glowing river that flowed through Federation Square and into a nearby street. On the final day of the installation, onlookers were invited to take the books home.
On the final night of the Melbourne festival river of books installation, people were encouraged to take books home with them. Luzinterruptus has just put out a blog post that shows the public's curious and oftentimes joyful interaction. So wonderful. I would be so loaded down they would have to send a truck to carry me, Aaron would have as many books that would fit in his arms (which would be plenty) and Summer would have about five carefully chosen books to call her own.
Book Traffic: "Spanish art collective Luzinterruptus created an installation of 10,000 LED-lit books in Melbourne, Australia for The Light In Winter festival. The books, recently retired from area public libraries, were given a second life as a glowing river that flowed through the square and into a nearby street. On the final day of the installation, onlookers were invited to take the books home." via Bookshelf Porn via Literature versus Traffic
LA Hotels - PARK PLAZA HOTEL - Hollywood - Los Angeles, California. (Keep in mind for events. What a beautiful venue. Never knew it was there.)
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LA Hotels - PARK PLAZA HOTEL - Hollywood - Los Angeles, California
Park Plaza was built in 1925 by the Elks to be used as lodge number 99. The building, done in the Neo-Gothic style, was created by renowned art deco architect Claud Beelman. The pool area hosted many indoor swimming events during the 1932 Summer Olympics. Eventually, the Elks sold the building, and the building ended up being transformed into a luxury hotel, set perfectly then on the shores of what was a very glamorous MacArthur Park. The City of Los Angeles
Bored Panda - great site to see/read about weird, strange, and beautiful things.