Xilitla: The Strange Story Of The Hidden Surreal Wonderland
Las Pozas is near the village of Xilitla in San Luis Potosi. Here, English poet Edward James spent 20 years of his life creating a number of surreal sculptures and structures that were meant to store his dreams.
The New England House Tartan Blanket
Summer sailing trips on Nantucket sound. Family, packed up in a wood paneled station wagon, leaf peeping in the Fall. Snowed in cozy mountain cabin Winter weekends, and canoe trips and picnics in the Spring. We are proud to offer our signature "New England House Tartan." A beautiful blend of all the colors of our celebrated seasons, traditions, memories, and the magic of the beloved place we are so proud to call home. Product Details: Optional embroidered monogram (leave field blank for no…
Italy - Lake Como: Roman Retreat
The veranda of an old villa has fabulous views of Lake Como and surrounding villages. From Wiki: Lake Como is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. Lake Como has been a popular retreat for aristocrats and wealthy people since Roman times, and a very popular tourist attraction with many artistic and cultural gems. It has many villas and palaces. Lake Como is widely regarded as being one of the most beautiful lakes in Italy. Jon & Tina Reid | Travel Portfolio | Photography…
Stained Glass Window in Chester Cathedral (9x exposure HDR)
I was in Chester Cathedral today around 4-5pm getting some images for my Chester Then and Now photo project and noticed the most imaging coloured light coming in though the back stained glass window and hitting the floor. I decided to have another go at trying to use the DSLRController app on my android phone to control my Canon camera to capture as much of the massive dynamic range that's in an image like this so I captured a 17x shot exposure (-8 EV to +8EV). When I got the images home…
The mighty hat Mt.Lómagnúpur standing tall among the crystal blue glacial rivers, Iceland. BY Arnar Kristjansson, [1013x1267]
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