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A sculpture of one of America's favorite TV families: the Simpsons!
This sculpture is located just outside of the Simpsons virtual-reality ride.
After going on it, I met Homer, Lisa and Bart; and I told them I loved the ride!

Universal Studios, FL
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The Simpsons Ride sign and a statue of the Simpsons family outside of Krustyland at Universal Studios Hollywood.
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This is the sign above the entrance to the Simpson's Ride line at Universal Studios Hollywood.
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"Welcome to a magical journey through my mouth!"

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Easily my favorite ride EVER. This is the Krustyland ride at Universal Studios, also known as 'The Simpsons Ride.' It's a motion simulator ride where you sit in a car with a huge screen in front of you. It also has water, smell and smoke effects and mimics the feeling of g-force.

The entire area of the ride (inside, out and around) is made to look like you're in the Simpsons. Even the ATM! While you're in line you watch a video leading up to the events of the ride. In short, Krusty opens his amusement park and Sideshow Bob shows up to kill the Simpsons (and you).

You can see some in-ride footage here:

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this is a pretty much new building, it's located on the European square in the center of Zagreb.
what can I say about it? it doesn't belong there. the center of Zagreb is full of buildings from 20-th century (maybe 19-th too, I'm not sure), the point is: those are old buildings made with traditional materials, bricks and stuff. and then somebody just puts this giant reflecting block in the middle of it. OK, maybe if its facade would serve only as a mirror to reflect its surroundings, maybe it would be better. but those white panels are just awful.
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Camera: Sony Alpha 350 18-70mm
Created: 04.03.2012
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National University of Singapore, U-Town.

I really liked the architecture in this new block. It was futuristic and there was a good mix of curves and nature too.. 

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Canon 5d Mk 3 | Canon 16-35 f2.8L Mk2 | ISO 100 | f 13.0 | focal length 16mm ( 2 tile, 5 exposure Digital blended vertorama. Lee filters, 0.9 Proglass ND filter used)

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This is the opposite end of this:

 The Road Untraveled by SepticSkeptik 

This is one of the oldest bridges our city had and after spending about half of a million on "fixing" it, the city closed it 5 years later, saying it was deteriorated too much and no longer usable. They plan to tear it all down at some point, but have put aside $0 for it. Oh, ya, and they also wasted almost half a million on some LED lights that covered the bridge, but they're not going to save or re-use them.

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Re-shot: Broken Bridge by SepticSkeptik 
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Prague - Main Train Station
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