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chapel of Santo Amaro, Lisbon
1st half of 16th century, arch. Diogo de Torralva
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continental hotel.bucharest.romania.
© Alexandru Crisan 2012
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The famous MBK shopping center in Bangkok, Thailand.

[High quality print available]

Nikon D80, Tokina 12-24mm, B + W UV filter, ND Cokin filter.

Copyright © lux69aeterna. All rights reserved. My images may not be reproduced or used in any form without my written permission.
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Collection, Belgrade underground
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The city nature of New York
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Misty Morning, Italy, Lacio
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At Prater amusement park, Vienna.

This ride's got to have been the best 5 Euros I've spent in Vienna yet.

© Copyright Ren Hui Yoong 2012 All Rights Reserved.
Please contact renhui.yoong@gmail.com if you want to use this image in any way or form.


Watermark will not appear on print :)
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Nine-shot panorama of the Singapore skyline from the Esplanade.

Best viewed large.
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Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican City.

© Copyright Ren Hui Yoong 2012 All Rights Reserved.
Please contact renhui.yoong@gmail.com if you want to use this image in any way or form.
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Mist and frost on a cold morning at St. John's College, Cambridge
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Cities
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Took a weekend trip to NYC to take some photos. This was probably my best from the bridge photos I took

***I appreciate any comments or favorites in advance. They mean a lot to me.***
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Austria...

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This is a 3.5 minute exposure of the sun setting over Phoenix, AZ 8-16-12. I think it's cool how the sun lights up some of the clouds and the rest are lit up by the city below. Makes the whole scene very surreal!

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@ Consuegra, Toledo, Spain

"–La ventura va guiando nuestras cosas mejor de lo que acertáramos a desear, porque ves allí, amigo Sancho Panza, donde se descubren treinta, o pocos más, desaforados gigantes, con quien pienso hacer batalla y quitarles a todos las vidas, con cuyos despojos comenzaremos a enriquecer; que ésta es buena guerra, y es gran servicio de Dios quitar tan mala simiente de sobre la faz de la tierra.

–¿Qué gigantes? –dijo Sancho Panza.

–Aquellos que allí ves –respondió su amo– de los brazos largos, que los suelen tener algunos de casi dos leguas.

–Mire vuestra merced –respondió Sancho– que aquellos que allí se parecen no son gigantes, sino molinos de viento, y lo que en ellos parecen brazos son las aspas, que, volteadas del viento, hacen andar la piedra del molino.

–Bien parece –respondió don Quijote– que no estás cursado en esto de las aventuras: ellos son gigantes; y si tienes miedo, quítate de ahí, y ponte en oración en el espacio que yo voy a entrar con ellos en fiera y desigual batalla".

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Monumental Cemetery, Milan.
November 23, 2013.
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Galerie Vivienne, Paris
Nikon D90 + Sigma 10-20 at 10mm, stitched from 2 frames

The photo above presents the true Vidocq staircase located at no.13, Galerie Vivienne. François Vidocq has established here the world's first private detectve agency. The famous spiral staircase, which is sometime erroneously associated with Vidocq, is located in the same gallery but at no.70: 

Morning by endegor


From "My favorite stairs" series: endegor.deviantart.com/gallery…

One-Way Ticket by endegor Yin and Yang by endegor Time by endegor Learning to Fly by endegor Boots by endegor


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Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
It's quite an old picture that I took and process last year when I was visiting south east asia.

Technique : HDR with 7 pictures took by myself.

You can check my other HDR (post-apocalyptic) picture of Paris :
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Another long exposure shot taken in Stockholm, Sweden.

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Photographer: Brett Jackman
Digital Developing: Brett Jackman

Theme: “Art of Architecture”
Comments: I scouted this place twice and while it took about 3 weeks to get the sun at the right time of day with the right kind of clouds in the end it was the strangest thing that I ended up there that day, but glad

Location: Office Building Chatswood, Sydney Australia
Tools of the Trade: Nikon D700

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Copyright: Polar Impressions Photography
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Μεθώνη, Μεσσηνία.

Methoni, Messenia – Greece.

Methoni has been identified as the city Pedasus, that Homer mentions under the name "ampeloessa" (of vine leaves). It was offered by Agamemnon to Achilles in order to subdue his rage during the Trojan War. Along with the rest of Messenia, the town gained its independence from the Spartans in 369 BC. During the 4th century BC, Methoni was elaborately fortified and continued to remain autonomous well into the Imperial Roman era, when it enjoyed the favor of some emperors. During the Byzantine years it continued to remain a remarkable harbor and one of the most important cities of Greece.

The castle of Methoni was build by the Venetians in 1209 AD on a rock extending into the sea, separated from the mainland by an artificial moat. It has an area of 93 acres. The castle walls are reinforced with towers at intervals. South of the castle, built on a small rocky island there’s a fortified tower named Bourtzi. It’s connected to the main fortress with an arch bridge. On the east side of the castle there’s a small jetty that is part of the small port of Methoni. The walls, towers, bastions, northwestern artillery platform and the various gates of the castle have been dated thanks to the identification of the Venetian coat of arms that are still in their respective places.

The Venetians fortified Methoni, which developed into an important trade center with great prosperity. Methoni became the important middle station between Europe and the Holy Lands, where every traveller stopped on their way to the East. A pilgrim who went by in 1484 admired its strong walls, the deep moats and the fortified towers.

The Ottoman Turks wanted to conquer Methoni. In the 1490s, Sultan Bayezid II gathered his forces against Methoni. Bayezid, despite the hard siege, would not have been able to capture it if the inhabitants, thrilled by the arrival of reinforcements, hadn't deserted the walls, a fact that the janissaries took advantage of, invading the fortress from the governor's palace. On the August 9, 1500, Methoni fell, after having been in the hands of the Venetians for about 300 years. The city was given to the flames, the Catholic bishop was killed while talking to the people, the men were decapitated, the women and children were sold to slavery. The walls were repaired and the period of the Turkish rule began.

In February 1825, during the Greek Revolution, Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt landed at Methoni and settled in the commander's residence, over the entrance of the castle. In 1829, the French general Maison, freed the town together with others in the Peloponnese.

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Here is an hdr photograph taken from the Natural History Museum. Located in London, England, UK.

The use of tripods is forbidden in this place. I took the hdr source photographs by using a photographic bean bag and placing it on the railings.
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Here is an hdr photograph taken of Holy Trinity Church. Located in Skipton, Yorkshire, England, UK.
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Sunset in the desert in Huacachina, Peru
HDR Panorama of 11 x 3 portrait images
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Here is a hdr photograph taken from inside Leeds Corn Exchange. Located in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UK.
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Scapes
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Barn foundation in Markham, Ontario, Canada
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This is taken more or less precisely at midnight in July, 2012.
The location is one of the popular beaches in Nordreisa, Norway.

This is a re-processed version of


Hope you guys like it :)
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Ain't No sunshine when he's gone
Eva Cassidy
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Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany, February 2013

Architecture // Abstract


Thank you in advance for any views, :+fav:'s and comments, they are very much appreciated!
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A photo manip I made earlier this year.
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Colour version: Hipstamatic Series by insolitus85


Thank you in advance for any views, :+fav:'s and comments, they are very much appreciated!

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Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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Rotterdam from the Euromast
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real colours

this is not a HDR

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scan from 200 ISO colour film
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They building up my city
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rotterdam
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Photography of a street in Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
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Doctor Who/Torchwood - The Doctor x Captain Jack
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Summer Field - (Denmark 2009)

- Michael Lund 2009
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I drew this for a very close friend for a special occasion. She's crazy about Jack, so I knew she'd like this :D

In case you'd been living in the backend of nowhereville in the land of Geekdom, this is a character from the sci-fi show Doctor Who and its spin-off show Torchwood.

Somewhere between 15-20 hours to complete, I wasn't really keeping track.
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