Loneliness thoughts? In Munich.
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with some ivy on it. Taken in Bath, UK.
Taken in Sumatra, Indonesia. Driftwood can be used as part of decorative furniture or other art forms, and is a popular element in the scenery of fish tanks.
Wondering what games to play in the garden? Try to find and take pictures of evil garden gnomes in your back garden – this creepy angry one was hiding in the very back. Ok, it’s not a garden gnome since:
Taken from the magnificent seven cemeteries series – the seven famous Victorian cemeteries in London.
This is the west or old Brompton Cemetery. It is located near Earl’s Court and right next to the Chelsea football stadium (Stanbrook Road) in South West London. Another image of the Magnificent Seven series – the seven large cemeteries in London.
A cool new extension from Adobe is the Pixel Bender. This image is edited with the oil painting setting. You need Photoshop CS5 for it – download it here. Waste your time with it! The picture was taken at Borough Market in London, UK using a single off-camera flash.
Desert landscaping between Munich and Starnberg. I love these simple snow landscapes (especially in surreal winter) Inspired by Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto (who did the U2 album cover ‘No Line on the Horizon‘).
These victorian lamp posts are actually quite decorative I find. Mostly made of cast iron they come in so many different shapes. To preserve these victorian lamp posts throughout the city must be quite an effort. The picture shows a lamp post close the Tooting Broadway tube station in Tooting, London. Processed in HDR.
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Just playing around or I found something today scientifically paradigm shifting. We’ll see.
This is one my favourite HDR pictures. It simple and without lots of contrasts – brings out the best metallic look and is great for high dynamic range I think. The picture is a boat by the way – taken in Maritime Museum London Greenwich.
When I look at his picture I get anxiety and panic attacks. It’s horrible, the cracked skin the dead eyes. Anyway the guy is not real but a dummy in the London Transport Museum. Hope you enjoy.
One of the most impressive museums of the world for sure is the British Museum in London. The picture was taken in the reading room. During the period of the British Library, access was restricted to registered researchers only; however, reader’s credentials were generally available to anyone who could show that they were a serious researcher. The […]
Although many modern typewriters have one of several similar designs, their invention was incremental, provided by numerous inventors working independently or in competition with each other over a series of decades. As with the automobile, telephone, and telegraph, a number of people contributed insights and inventions that eventually resulted in ever more commercially successful instruments. […]