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The world's highest chained carousel, located in Vienna, at a height of 117 meters. Forwarded by Frank Bonansinga Thor's Well a/k/a "the gates of the dungeon" on Cape Perpetua, Oregon. At moderate tide and strong surf, flowing water creates a fantastic landscape Emerald Lake in the crater of an extinct volcano. Tongariro National Park - New Zealand Restaurant on a cliff on the east coast of Zanzibar. Office of Selgas Cano in Madrid Desert with Phacelia (Scorpion Weed). Balloons in Cappadocia. Dubai. And this is the view down These trees grow in the forest near Gryfino, Poland. The border between Belgium and the Netherlands in a cafe Twice a year in the Gulf of Mexico rays migrate. In the resort town of Skagen you can watch an amazing natural phenomenon. In the Chinese province of Shandong is a bridge across the Gulf of Jiaozhou. Day and night. An unusual tunnel in California's Sequoia National Park This statue, created by Bruno Catalano, is located in France Family photo Autumn camouflage Home Related:  madmazpictures

50 Strange Buildings of the World This is the original list of 50 strange buildings which has been and is being copied (stolen) by many bloggers. If you wish to post it on your blog or website, feel free to use up to 20 buildings from this list and give a proper link to our website ( as the source article. Ok, now enjoy this weird, odd, bizarre and incredible looking arcitechture! After reading it, don’t forget to check Part II and Part III. 1. Construction of the building started in in January 2003 and in December 2003 it was finished. Image via: brocha 2. The Hundertwasser house “Waldspirale” (”Forest Spiral”) was built in Darmstadt between 1998 and 2000. The structure with 105 apartments wraps around a landscaped courtyard with a running stream. Image via: Kikos Dad 3. Image via: manuelfloresv 4. Image via: Mélisande* 5. The Longaberger Basket Company building in Newark, Ohio might just be a strangest office building in the world. Image via: addicted Eyes 6. Image via: jonathan_moreau 7.

Created Equal: A Stunning Photo Series Exploring Cultural Difference in America Detroit-born Photographer Mark Laita explores social and cultural clashes between different social backgrounds by juxtaposing people of United States in his stunning series “Created Equal”. By contrasting social inequality, Laita invited the viewers to think about how and why they took these different directions. People born equal but turned out totally different in real life. Mark Laita in his photo series compare different people from all walks of life such as a bank robber and a policeman, a high school dropout and a college graduate, a company president and a janitor etc. Company President / Janitor Amish Teenagers / Punk Teenagers Marine / War Veteran Vegetarian / Butcher, 1999 / 2004 CEO / Messenger, 2006 / 2005 College Graduate / High School Dropout Indigent Couple / Wealthy Couple Showgirl / Librarian Rock Band / Polka Band, 2006 / 2006 Ballerina / Trucker Coal Miners / Male Exotic Dancers Baptist Minister / Ku Klux Klan Fitness Model / Heart Surgery Patient French Chef / Short Order Cook

A Father Who Creatively Captures His Kids (20 photos) If there was a prize that could be given out to the most creative father, I'd hope that it was awarded to Jason Lee. A wedding photographer by day, he's used to capturing some of the most important moments in a couple's lives. As a longtime fan of Jason's photos on Flickr however, I think the real magic happens when he turns the camera onto his daughters. Sure, his children are adorably cute in their own right, but that's not what makes his photos so interesting. It's when he puts his own spin on their everyday moments that we not only get to experience our own childhood again, we're able to see a father's pride shine through. I was able to get in touch with Jason to ask him a few questions. Q: How did you get into photography? Q: How do you come up with such creative photos of your daughters? Q: How has being on Flickr helped you with your business? Q: Any inspirational stories you'd like to share? Q: Do you have any advice for aspiring photographers? Q: Any quotes you live by?

Le monde de la philo et de la poésie Stumblers Who Like The Cool Hunter - Amazing Places To Experience Around The... Preachers Rock, Preikestolen, Norway Blue Caves - Zakynthos Island, Greece Skaftafeli - Iceland Plitvice Lakes – Croatia Crystalline Turquoise Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China Four Seasons Hotel - Bora Bora Ice skating on Paterswoldse Meer, a lake just South of the city of Groningen in the Netherlands. Marble Caves, Chile Chico, Chile The Gardens at Marqueyssac Ice Canyon - Greenland Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia Valley of the Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada Multnomah Falls, Oregon Seljalandsfoss Waterfall on the South Coast of Iceland Petra - Jordan (at night) Verdon, Provence, France Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia Norway Alesund Birdseye of City Benteng Chittorgarh, India Riomaggiore, Italy Keukenhof Gardens - Netherlands. Sky Lantern Festival - Taiwan. Mount Roraima - Venezuela. Seychelles East Iceland. Lucca, Tuscany, Italy. New York City.

Silent World by Michael Kenna Silent World by Michael Kenna Captured: World, National Photos, Photography and Reportage | The Denver Post Captured Photo Blog has moved Posted Jun 02, 2015 Click here to see the latest posts from The Denver Post Captured Photo Blog. (more…) Jun 02, 2015 | Categories: Uncategorized | Add a Comment Previous Plogs The 2014 USA Pro Challenge, photos from the road Oct 21, 2014 | Read | Add a Comment Over 100 world-class cyclists gathered in Colorado for the fourth edition of the USA Pro Challenge in August. Pictures of the Week: October 17, 2014 Oct 20, 2014 | Read | Add a Comment A woman wearing a facemask, as protection from volcanic ash, harvests ash covered chillies and tomatoes at a villag Janet Schwartz and Bimbo the deer – photographs by Jen Osborne

Les calligrammes Voici un « corpus » de calligrammes que j’ai présenté à mes élèves, dans le cadre de notre projet poésie. L’objectif : comprendre comment le poète a construit ce type d’écrit pour ensuite un écrire un soi-même. La plupart des calligrammes sont issus de ce petit livre, une vraie mine d’or ! J’ai trouvé une séquence très bien faite ici et des compétences détaillées là Ensuite, j’ai proposé à mes élèves la grille de critères de réussite ci-dessous : Enfin, pour les TUIC, un petit logiciel sympa à télécharger ici Le tutoriel ici : Image trouvée ici WordPress: J'aime chargement… Jacob's Well, Wimberley, Texas Jacob’s Well is a significant karstic spring, the largest perennial spring in the Texas Hill Country. It flows from the most extensive underwater cave in Texas, opening in the bed of Cypress Creek, a few miles north of Wimberley, Texas.The twelve foot (four meter) diameter mouth of the cave serves as a popular swimming and water recreation spot for the local land owners whose properties adjoin Cypress Creek. From the opening in the creek bed, Jacob’s Well descends vertically for about thirty feet (ten meters), continuing from there at an angle as a series of chambers separated by narrow, often deeply silted and unstable necks, ultimately reaching a depth of at least one hundred and twenty feet (forty meters). From the dawn of recorded history until the modern era, the Trinity Aquifer-fed natural artesian spring gushed water from the mouth of the cave and as much as thirty feet (ten meters) into the air. At least eight divers have lost their lives while exploring Jacob’s Well.

Long Exposure Firework Photographs by David Johnson Incredible Long Exposure Firework Photographs by photographer David Johnson in International Fireworks Show in Ottawa… David Johnson Incroyable série de photographies longue exposition du feux d’artifice par le photographe David Johnson au International Fireworks Show à Ottawa … Photography Tutorial: A Quick Guide to Understanding Your DSLR Camera Hi guys! With Labor Day weekend coming up, I know a lot of us are going to be out there taking pictures! :) Since we have a long weekend to practice, I wanted to share with you this basic intro to SLR photography. Left: Canon T2i. To start, let’s put your camera in Aperture Priority mode or Shutter Priority mode. 1. Let’s talk a little bit about Aperture. Photos taken with a low aperture let in more light, allowing you to take pictures in situations where there is not much light (like indoors and at night). A low aperture will also give you a shallow depth of field. Canon 50mm f/1.8 f/1.8 1/200 sec ISO 800 In the photo above, the aperture was set to 1.8, a low aperture. Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 f/16 1/60 sec ISO 100 In this picture, the aperture was set to 16, a high aperture, allowing everything to be in focus. Note: Depending on what lens you have, you may not be able to set your aperture much lower than 3.5. Now you try! Set your aperture. Left: Canon XSi. 2. 3. 4. 5. You’re almost there!