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The way back... - Pinned by Mak Khalaf The way back...from the fantastic sunset under the "3 Cime di Lavaredo"(where I captured my interesting image "Fiery Peaks") was easy thanks to my powerful headtoarch. Rock Balancing sculptures along the trialand the awesome mountanious group in the background convinced me to stop and take this nighshot!!! I hope you enjoy!!! If you like this photoPlease LikeCommentFollow. THX for watching and support. Landscapes Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirolauronzo di…

The way back... - Pinned by Mak Khalaf The way back...from the fantastic sunset under the "3 Cime di Lavaredo"(where I captured my interesting image "Fiery Peaks") was easy thanks to my powerful headtoarch. Rock Balancing sculptures along the trialand the awesome mountanious group in the background convinced me to stop and take this nighshot!!! I hope you enjoy!!! If you like this photoPlease LikeCommentFollow. THX for watching and support. Landscapes Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirolauronzo di…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Entry into the Parthenon had been banned for nearly forty years and no one was permitted to see what it looked like inside the temple. Showing the world a "new side" of the Parthenon was critical to the cause and the ongoing debate. These unique and stunning images by photographer Peter Yalanis, coupled with international lectures by ACRPS President and Legal Advisor, Michael J. Reppas II, Esq., and/or both, has reignited interest and support for the reunification of the Parthenon…

Iceland, Land of Giants, 98-ft (30 m) tall towers designed by Choi + Shine Architects, 2008 -These Beautiful Giant Sculptures Support Power Lines With Style

Iceland, Land of Giants, 98-ft (30 m) tall towers designed by Choi + Shine Architects, 2008 -These Beautiful Giant Sculptures Support Power Lines With Style

"The Memory of the Ocean" is part of the installation "Where are We Going" 2017, at @lebonmarcherivegauche in Paris. Around 900 people came to the opening show. Thank you all for your compliments and support! ..."I use thread to represent the relationships between people. As I weave I am connecting one human to another until I create a massive web of human memory..." *** until February 18 ***

"The Memory of the Ocean" is part of the installation "Where are We Going" 2017, at @lebonmarcherivegauche in Paris. Around 900 people came to the opening show. Thank you all for your compliments and support! ..."I use thread to represent the relationships between people. As I weave I am connecting one human to another until I create a massive web of human memory..." *** until February 18 ***

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