MavrickMSW posted a photo:
|Thu, 30 Nov 2023 05:04:02 -0800|
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Light bathroom interior with bathtub and washbasin near panoramic window. Mockup|
DomoTrend posted a photo:
White bathroom interior with bathtub and double sink with accessories, hardwood floor. Panoramic window on city view. Mockup empty white wall. 3D rendering
|Thu, 30 Nov 2023 02:46:15 -0800|
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|Wren Library Trinity Collage Cambridge.|
mickyman13 posted a photo:
The Wren Library is the library of Trinity College in Cambridge. It was designed by Christopher Wren in 1676 and completed in 1695..
The Wren Library is normally open to the public between 12 noon and 2 pm on Monday to Friday, and 10.30-12.30 on Saturday mornings in term time. Access is via Garrett Hostel Lane and admission is free.
The Wren Library houses 750 incunabula, the Capell collection of Shakespeariana, many books from the library of Sir Isaac Newton including his annotated copy of the Principia Mathematica, the Rothschild collection of 18th-century literature, the Kessler collection of livres d’artistes, and over 70,000 books printed before 1820.
Grade 1 listed Trinity College, The Buildings surrounding Great Court, Nevile's Court and New Court, and including King's Hostel
Panorama from 4 photos stitched using Image Composite.
Corrected with lightroom and converted to B.W with Photoshop.
I put both up as I could not decide which one
If you have a opinion let me know in the comments.
|Wed, 29 Nov 2023 09:43:48 -0800|
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Matteo Allochis, the Artist posted a photo:
|Wed, 29 Nov 2023 08:01:06 -0800|
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|roads of exlie|
joan.hassel posted a photo:
After the end of the Spanish Civil War (1936-39), many people, both civilians and soldiers, left Spain. Between 85,000 and 95,000 people crossed the Pyrenees, from the Camprodon valley to Vallespir, on their way to an exile that for the majority would be long and painful.
There were many routes known as “roads of retreat or exile.” One of them leads from the village of Molló (Catalonia) to Prats-de-Mollo-la-Preste (France) through the Col d'Ares at 1513 m. Many of these refugees were initially welcomed by the inhabitants of Prats de Molló. This town became an improvised camp in which thousands of refugees were cared for.
This is the image of France that many of them saw from the top of the Col d'Ares. As in every war, some exiles were able to return when the dictatorship ended, but others died abroad, far from their homeland.
|Wed, 29 Nov 2023 05:07:33 -0800|
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NYC, Lower Manhattan|
Celeste Messina posted a photo:
NYC, Lower Manhattan
Il motivo per cui forse mi è più piaciuta la traversata in battello da Manhattan a Liberty Island è che c'è qualche attimo, qualche brevissimo momento, in cui si ha una visuale frontale di alcune Street e di Broadway.
Per quanto mi riguarda è forse l'unico momento in cui sono riuscita a visualizzare il netto e ordinato susseguirsi grattacieli-strada-grattacieli-strada da un punto di vista "basso".
Dall'alto di un rooftop è tutto ben chiaro. Dal basso di un marciapiede è invece un grande insieme di strade, parchi, palazzi, grattacieli, cantieri, chiese: che tutto è perfettamente geometrico lo si sa bene, ma non lo si riesce a vedere coi propri occhi.
Questo scatto non rende quello che ho descritto, ne ho altri ma di peggior qualità. In ogni caso..provare per credere!
The reason I probably liked the boat trip from Manhattan to Liberty Island is that there’s a few moments when you have a front view of some Streets and Broadway.
As far as I am concerned, it is perhaps the only moment in which I was able to visualize the clear and orderly succession of skyscrapers-street-skyscrapers-street from a "low" point of view.
From the top of a rooftop it’s clear. From the bottom of a sidewalk is instead a large set of streets, parks, buildings, skyscrapers, construction sites, churches: that everything is perfectly geometric you know well, but you can not see it with your own eyes.
This shot doesn’t make what I described, I have others but worse quality. Anyway, try it!
|Wed, 29 Nov 2023 03:27:15 -0800|
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