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@darcstudio_ Image for @denizen_works - the design for an exciting rangers’ base and visitor centre that will act as a gateway to the Cairngorms•The building is a square in plan with a profile designed to call to mind the gentle form of the Cairngorms valley. Clad in a seamless black liquid applied membrane, the elevations are animated by the shadows of the surrounding pine forest•Internally, a man-made glade will house a curated landscape with specimen trees that will tell the story of the surrounding National Park and its history. The building will be open 365 days a year with the large covered outdoor spaces giving year round shelter from the Scottish rain•••#architecture #design #art #imagery #illustration #visual #visualisation #archviz #cgi #light #dark #shadow #sky #misty #colour #denizenworks #nature #forest #caingorms #darcstudiouk #scotland #uk #archilovers #architecturelovers #3dsmax #corona #adobephotoshop
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@darcstudio_ Image for @denizen_works - the design for an exciting rangers’ base and visitor centre that will act as a gateway to the Cairngorms • The building is a square in plan with a profile designed to call to mind the gentle form of the Cairngorms valley. Clad in a seamless black liquid applied membrane, the elevations are animated by the shadows of the surrounding pine forest • Internally, a man-made glade will house a curated landscape with specimen trees that will tell the story of the surrounding National Park and its history. The building will be open 365 days a year with the large covered outdoor spaces giving year round shelter from the Scottish rain • • • #architecture #design #art #imagery #illustration #visual #visualisation #archviz #cgi #light #dark #shadow #sky #misty #colour #denizenworks #nature #forest #caingorms #darcstudiouk #scotland #uk #archilovers #architecturelovers #3dsmax #corona #adobephotoshop

1 weeks ago
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November 2019
🗻陽光一閃・Flash of sunlight・・
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🗻 陽光一閃 ・ Flash of sunlight ・ ・

19 hours ago
•Fortitude•A lone person confidently stands their ground amongst the chaos of crashing waves at Shore Acres State Park, Oregon.In January of 2020 the Oregon Coast experienced an extremely high surf event. While I have witnessed high surf before, the swell height of 28-35 feet is on the extreme side. I took my son down to Shore Acres State Park near Coos Bay so that he, too, could witness the intense power and fury of the ocean.Shore Acres is well known for its massive crashing waves. Compression resulting from the collision of the Pacific Oceanic Plate with the western edge of North America forces the rock to angle steeply to the east, creating a rugged set of cliffs just offshore that rise out of the surf to create the shoreline. When combined with high surf swells, the result is thunderous crashes that dramatically send waves hundreds of feet into the air, a raw display of the immense power of nature. Add to that the surrounding geology and the interesting weathering of the rock and it has become one of my favorite places on the coast to visit and to take workshop clients to no matter the conditions.Like many of our natural areas, high surf advisories at Shore Acres have become quite the draw to nature lovers and photographers. Watching the waves becomes addicting, always waiting for the next big one that will be bigger than the last big one, which was the biggest of them all. The thunderous boom and explosion of water is invigorating, especially for those who venture closer to the wave action, with the water and spray raining down onto the viewing area. It’s quite rare to find a place that puts you so close to the action yet keeps you safe. This is one of the major draws of Shore Acres State Park: the intensity and adventure without the danger.The main attraction is the rock shelf to the north of the main observation deck. This is where “THE” wave happens. If there’s ever an image that you’ve seen of Shore Acres it’s likely been of that specific rock shelf and a crashing wave. However, the rest of the shoreline offers up a variety of cliffs all interacting with the high surf, and in my opinion, offering up ... (continued in comments)
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•Fortitude• A lone person confidently stands their ground amongst the chaos of crashing waves at Shore Acres State Park, Oregon. In January of 2020 the Oregon Coast experienced an extremely high surf event. While I have witnessed high surf before, the swell height of 28-35 feet is on the extreme side. I took my son down to Shore Acres State Park near Coos Bay so that he, too, could witness the intense power and fury of the ocean. Shore Acres is well known for its massive crashing waves. Compression resulting from the collision of the Pacific Oceanic Plate with the western edge of North America forces the rock to angle steeply to the east, creating a rugged set of cliffs just offshore that rise out of the surf to create the shoreline. When combined with high surf swells, the result is thunderous crashes that dramatically send waves hundreds of feet into the air, a raw display of the immense power of nature. Add to that the surrounding geology and the interesting weathering of the rock and it has become one of my favorite places on the coast to visit and to take workshop clients to no matter the conditions. Like many of our natural areas, high surf advisories at Shore Acres have become quite the draw to nature lovers and photographers. Watching the waves becomes addicting, always waiting for the next big one that will be bigger than the last big one, which was the biggest of them all. The thunderous boom and explosion of water is invigorating, especially for those who venture closer to the wave action, with the water and spray raining down onto the viewing area. It’s quite rare to find a place that puts you so close to the action yet keeps you safe. This is one of the major draws of Shore Acres State Park: the intensity and adventure without the danger. The main attraction is the rock shelf to the north of the main observation deck. This is where “THE” wave happens. If there’s ever an image that you’ve seen of Shore Acres it’s likely been of that specific rock shelf and a crashing wave. However, the rest of the shoreline offers up a variety of cliffs all interacting with the high surf, and in my opinion, offering up ... (continued in comments)

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It’s meant to rain all day, and the next, and the next, so I’m scuttling around outside with unusual verve in case we’re shut in for the week. That said, I cannot get enough of January, with its mud and overdue library books and barrel-scraping expectations. And the blanket supposition that we are all the worse for wear and in need of special kindness and tonics, like mint teas and space heaters.
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It’s meant to rain all day, and the next, and the next, so I’m scuttling around outside with unusual verve in case we’re shut in for the week. That said, I cannot get enough of January, with its mud and overdue library books and barrel-scraping expectations. And the blanket supposition that we are all the worse for wear and in need of special kindness and tonics, like mint teas and space heaters.

2 weeks ago
Comment when you see itHuge waves with crystal clear water. It takes a lot of courage to be that guy on the right of a shot.This seems a great location for all kinds of water activities. Whether you like body surfing, wakeboarding or just regular swimming.Great shot was captured from a drone right above the seashore. Or maybe this is ocean? Can you guess where is it?Photo by | @riffstrumLocation | unknown
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Comment when you see it Huge waves with crystal clear water. It takes a lot of courage to be that guy on the right of a shot. This seems a great location for all kinds of water activities. Whether you like body surfing, wakeboarding or just regular swimming. Great shot was captured from a drone right above the seashore. Or maybe this is ocean? Can you guess where is it? Photo by | @riffstrum Location | unknown

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If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere. 🌿🍃🌺 #spsphotostudio

3 weeks ago
Stripe-By._____________________________________________________.......#florianfacade ....
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Stripe-By. _____________________________________________________ . . . . . . . #florianfacade . . . .

3 days ago
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Sunrise from the top / dawn from the bottom. #shotoniphone11pro #nightmode

2 weeks ago
#oscars #2014
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March 2014
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Check out this $3.5 MIL Gore Creek Condo in Vail. This condo was photographed using two studio strobes, and about 10 layers of photos. The rich tones in the wood, the details on the countertop, and the texture of the sofa were all important to capture for the designers of this interior. #interiordesign #architecturephotography #architecturalstorytelling #vail #gorecreek #luxurycondo #coloradoluxuryliving #vailvillage #vailliving 📸@tjromero

2 weeks ago
..Never leave ..
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. . Never leave . .

2 days ago
beardofbeez - at Thu, 09 Jan 2020
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2 weeks ago
Fue saltarpor la ventanay darnos cuentade que solo túpodías volar.
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Fue saltar por la ventana y darnos cuenta de que solo tú podías volar.

2 weeks ago
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