bruce munro: 'light shower' at salisbury cathedral nov 26, 2010 bruce munro: 'light shower' at salisbury cathedral ‘light shower’ by bruce munro installed within the salisbury cathedral all photos by mark pickthall ‘light shower’ is UK-based artist bruce munro‘s most recent sculptural work, located within the highest point of the salisbury cathedral. the installation consists of 2, 000 shimmering points of light / teardrop diffusers, each set at the end of a fiber optic thread, all cascading downwards from the cathedral’s spire crossing.
Buon Appetito! 20 Yummy Homemade Pasta Sauces We’re pretty sure that pasta is one of those foods that’s just universally loved by everyone. It’s right up there with chocolate chip cookies. We’ve already shown you some awesome ways to make pasta at home, so why not go all out and make your own sauce, too? Make them today, and enjoy them whenever you want (just make sure to stick ‘em in your fridge!). From tomatillo pesto to cauliflower sauce, here are 20 delectable homemade sauces that’ll have you saying “holy moly” about your ravioli! 1.
Creamy Caramelized Leek Soup with Maple Glazed Bacon I don’t even want to tell you about soup right now. I mean, it’s almost April so shouldn’t we be discussing swimsuits and popsicles and glitter eggs and all things warm weather? Um. Yes. We should. 55 Stunning Photographs of Mosques Mosque or Masjid as it is called in Arabic, is a holy place place for Muslims where prayers are offered. The very first mosque in the world is located in Madina, a town in Saudi Arabia where Al-Masjid Al-Nabawi is located. Like everything else in human history, construction of mosques has evolved over the years too. The first mosque was built with mud and twigs but today, some mosques are architecture marvels.
60 Historical Photos Worth 1000 Words posted by Katharine J. Tobal The American newspaper editor Arthur Brisbane said that “a picture is worth a thousand words” in 1911. Over 100 years later, this still rings true. Each photograph tells a story, a special event or moment, and helps us witness the past. The Best Soup Jeff Has Ever Had: Roasted Tomato Basil Soup Have you ever had the roasted tomato basil soup from the Corner Bakery Cafe? It’s my favorite! I crave it all the time! But there’s no Corner Bakery Cafe here in New England so I can’t have it whenever I want it. One day I declared that I was going to try to make it myself! Fascinating Clouds Photos « Design Signal – Your Ultimate Design Destination! Sep16 It’s time to look up and think about all the weird and fascination formations that sometimes appear above our heads. Blue sky is a great place to find inspiration and we are about to prove that to you folks. Being able to see more than just a visual image is one of the best features for designers and our photoset is an excellent proof for the fact that ordinary things can be absolutely amazing when your imagination is ready to accept it. All you have to do is just to make sure you don’t forget to raise your head. There are many words that would perfectly fit these clouds description – something like mind-blowing, breathtaking, stunning and so on.
Stunning Macro Photographs of Insects Glowing in the Morning Dew French photographer David Chambon is a master of macro insect photography. An amateur photographer for over 10 years, his goal is to capture the magical beauty of nature through his imagery. All of his macro shots are amazing, but it’s his morning dew series that stands out from the rest. He ventures out early in the morning, and photographs various insects perched on flowers and leaves, glowing from the tiny beads of dew that coat their bodies. Originally from Lyon, France, Chambon currently resides in Dampierre-les-Bois. His photographs are mostly shot using a Canon EOS-1D Mark III at 252mm.
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