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Monument Valley Mittens shadow - Bing images
Bing Spotlight photo 12 Dec 2018 - (not of shadow, though)
Bing  photography  landscape  Spotlight  travel  desert  geology 
december 2018 by pierredv
In January i took a road trip through Europe visiting mountains, frozen lakes and steam trains in the forest.
Follow my instagram to see more stills from the trip:
video  Vimeo  landscape 
february 2017 by pierredv
Unfledged Architecture: Photos by Michael Massaia | Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog
A new series of photos by fine art photographer Michael Massaia that documents the jungle gyms along the New Jersey coastline. Shot during the off season, the playground equipment has its own unique architecture to make them attractive to kids and are made of many pieces of material such as wood, metal, PVC, and rope varieties. Different shapes including geodesics, rocket structures, and other configurations are seen in school playgrounds, parks, and backyards.
photography  landscape  Faith-is-Torment  architecture 
october 2016 by pierredv
Empty Britain: portrait of a nation without any people – in pictures - Guardian April 2016
"From rentakit housing estates to industrial wastelands and deserted roads, photographer Polly Tootal goes beyond picture postcards to capture less celebrated corners of Britain. Look closely – there’s not a tourist in sight"
photography  Grauniad  Britain  landscape  urbanism 
april 2016 by pierredv
Stratographs: Photos by Simon Norfolk - Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog:
"Photos of two abandoned Soviet tanks in the war-ravaged Bamiyan Valley in Afghanistan taken in different seasons and shot from the same vantage point. The Bamiyan Valley was once famous for its 170-foot-tall Buddhas, which were destroyed by the Taliban in 2001. The images convey a sense of perseverance and strength, both human and natural, as we see the landscape change through the seasons."
Faith-is-Torment  photography  Afghanistan  landscape  war 
february 2015 by pierredv
Photo Manipulations by Erik Johansson - Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog
"I want to show that it’s all about the material you have to create something, not the camera itself but imagining how something could be captured. Capturing the imaginable and realizing the impossible, what you can imagine is what you can create."
Faith-is-Torment  photography  Photoshop  photo-manipulation  illusion  landscape 
february 2015 by pierredv
Paintings by Gill Rocca - Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog:
"Atmospheric paintings of uninhabited places such as deserted roads or municipal parks bathed in the glow of street lamps, which invites the viewer to relate these places with their own memories. The paintings are drawn from memory and invention and presents an ambiguous sense of reality where the familiar becomes strangely unfamiliar." "My landscape paintings focus upon anonymous, uninhabited scenes, often drawn from memory. I am intrigued by the overlooked, what’s going on in the background, what is briefly glimpsed along the way or can be later recalled."
Faith-is-Torment  painting  landscape 
november 2014 by pierredv
Ghost Estates: Photos by Valérie Anex - Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog:
"Photos of unoccupied houses in the Republic of Ireland due to a number of economic factors, specifically in the counties of Cavan, Leitrim, Longford and Roscommon where the photographer visited."
Faith-is-Torment  photography  landscape  real-estate  urbanism  Ireland 
june 2014 by pierredv
Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog: Lignes Vertes: Photos by Davy Alexandra
"Photos of houses obscured by hedge rows so only the rooftops are showing. The walls offer a brief glimpse of the architectural style of the house but also acts as a barrier from prying eyes."
Faith-is-Torment  art  photography  housing  landscape  architecture 
may 2014 by pierredv
1939: England in Color (part 1): Digital Photography Review
"Their relative rarity makes the discovery of color images older than the 1960s instantly fascinating. After all, early color offers us a view of the past in the colors and tones of our own more recent experience and memories. The following slideshow (part 1 of 2) provides a glimpse into a time - and a place - long vanished. Specifically, England in August 1939, less than a month before the outbreak of World War Two. The young couple in this photograph are my grandparents, on their honeymoon."
britain  1930s  history  photography  landscape  England 
april 2014 by pierredv
Scared to death: How intimidation changes ecosystems - life - 04 June 2013 - New Scientist
"Fear and intimidation are far more common in nature than we realised, with surprising consequences not just for animals but for the entire landscape" Impact of wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone Park: elk numbers down, cottonwood trees up, beavers up. Also use behavior of blue sheep and tahr in the Himalayas to track/count snow leopards
predator  Yellowstone  Park  elk  complexity  predation  wolves  ecology  NewScientist  tahr  landscape  snow  leopard  fear 
july 2013 by pierredv
Choi + Shine Architects - The Land of Giants - Icelandic High-Voltage Electrical Pylon Competition - Honorable Mention
"This design transforms mundane electrical pylons into statues on the Icelandic landscape by making only small alterations to existing pylon design."
electricity  landscape  Iceland  design  energy 
april 2013 by pierredv
Alchemy on Vimeo
"Alchemy is a short film about transformation. In nature, everything is constantly changing: the earth, the sky, the stars, and all living things. Spring is followed by summer, fall and winter. Water turns into clouds, rain and ice. Over time, rivers are created, canyons carved, and mountains formed. All of these elements, mixed together, create the magic of nature's alchemy."
Evosia  Vimeo  timelapse  landscape  **  video  NatureJournal 
april 2013 by pierredv
Dan Holdsworth - artist
photos of terrain, via New Scientist 25 Feb 2012, vol 213, no 2853
images  photography  landscape  **  NewScientist 
march 2012 by pierredv

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