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Red explosion by Matteo Re


Red explosion by Matteo Re

Parco fluviale del Po all’alba, Alessandria – Italia

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Tuscany sunrise by Lorenzo Mattei


Tuscany sunrise by Lorenzo Mattei

Val d’Orcia is one of the most bautiful places in Italy and this house, near the town of San Quirico, is definetely one the most photographed. This shot is taken last winter during a quite cold sunrise.

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Balsam Root and Tree, Palouse by Chip Phillips


Balsam Root and Tree, Palouse by Chip Phillips

Wildflowers at sunset in the Palouse with Steptoe Butte in the background. Many techniques used on this image are demonstrated in my recently released set of videos: Image Editing Volume 1

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The lost house by Breizh’scapes Photographes


The lost house by Breizh’scapes Photographes

Bretagne – finistere – la pointe de Combrit Photo by Philippe MANGUIN for BREIZHSCAPES Collectif BREIZHSCAPES Philippe MANGUIN Photographies

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The Transit by Roberto Sysa Moiola


The Transit by Roberto Sysa Moiola

A group of trekkers passes, in the early hours of the morning, on the shores of an alpine lake. I often use persons as silhouettes in order to insert items of interest in my shots

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Low light flight by Ari Hazeghi


Low light flight by Ari Hazeghi

Great Grey owl after sunset.

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Santa Maria in Pantano (PG) by Giuseppe Peppoloni


Santa Maria in Pantano (PG) by Giuseppe Peppoloni

Massa Martana (PG) – La chiesa di Santa Maria in Pantano è una delle più antiche ed interessanti dell’Umbria. Una tarda leggenda la vuole edificata nel V secolo dal magister militum Severo sui ruderi di un edificio o di un tempio pagano della Civitas Martana. Ed in effetti la chiesa è annidata nel vano di un edificio tardo imperiale, del quale sono visibili le murature laterali in opus reticulatum con ricorsi di mattoni, nella fiancata destra della chiesa; opus che ricorre anche nel muro esterno, parallelo alla stessa fiancata. Molto più probabilmente la chiesa fu edificata ad unica, grande aula absidata tra il VII e il VIII secolo, aggiungendo all’edificio romano la parte presbiteriale e absidale, leggermente sopraelevate e con le murature in opus spicatum. Tra il X e l’XI secolo l’aula venne divisa in tre navate, forse per diminuire la portata della travatura. Le pareti divisorie delle navate, alleggerite in alto da finti matronei, poggiano su quattro arcate sorrette da colonne in travertino dai capitelli a tronco di piramide rovesciata, della stessa epoca. Tale divisione non fu completata nella parte absidale, lasciando così indenne l’antica abside che risulta tuttora più grande della navata centrale. L’abside, scandita esternamente da ampie arcate che richiamano motivi in uso nella laguna veneta, per la rozza tessitura muraria ad opus spicatum, può considerarsi la più antica dell’Umbria, dopo le chiese paleocristiane. Massa Martana (PG) – The church of Santa Maria in Pantano is one of the oldest and most interesting of Umbria. A late legend wants built in the fifth century by the magister militum Severo on the ruins of a building or of a pagan temple of Civitas Martana. In fact the church is nestled in the opening of a building late imperial, which you can see the side walls in opus reticulatum with brick appeals in the right side of the church; opus that also occurs in the outer wall, parallel to the same side. More likely the church was built with a single, large apsidal hall between the seventh and eighth centuries, adding to the building the Roman presbytery and apse, slightly elevated and with the walls in opus spicatum. Between the tenth and eleventh centuries the hall was divided into three naves, perhaps to reduce the flow of the truss. The partition walls of the aisles, lightened up by the fake galleries, rest on four arches supported by columns of travertine from the capitals of a truncated inverted pyramid, the same era. Such division was completed in the apse, thus leaving unscathed the ancient apse which is still larger than the nave. The apse, marked externally by wide arches that recall patterns in use in the Venetian lagoon, the rough wall texture opus spicatum, can be considered the oldest of Umbria, after the early Christian churches.

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The Castle by Kilian Schönberger


The Castle by Kilian Schönberger

facebook page landscape photography.Typical Bavarian castle ruin above foggy meadows | Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany

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Spring by Jaewoon u


Spring by Jaewoon u


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Roarrr by Adrian Sommeling


Roarrr by Adrian Sommeling

My son ‘the tiger’ 😉 The first one of a new serie. A video about how it is done will be place soon on my Facebook page .Wish you all a great day 😉 btw… if you are interested in workshops in your country, visit my site for more info.

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Hooded Beauty by Michelle Joyce


Hooded Beauty by Michelle Joyce

Stunning Jess!

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cosmos violet autumn

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Girl with bike by Veronika Virk


Girl with bike by Veronika Virk

Near Mreo

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Flower drops by yu yu


Flower drops by yu yu


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Infinity by Koveh Tavakkol


Infinity by Koveh Tavakkol

I just returned from spending 3 weeks photographing the beautiful New Zealand South Island. Truly one of the most incredible and beautiful places I have visited. Stay tuned for more photos from my New Zealand trip.

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Windy City by Amata Tarkmar


Windy City by Amata Tarkmar


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In the blue by Marco Redaelli


In the blue by Marco Redaelli


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Small Creek by Diego Lapetina


Small Creek by Diego Lapetina

The water cycle, also known as the hydrologic cycle or the H2O cycle, describes the continuous movement of water on, above and below the surface of the Earth. Although the balance of water on Earth remains fairly constant over time, individual water molecules can come and go, in and out of the atmosphere. The water moves from one reservoir to another, such as from river to ocean, or from the ocean to the atmosphere, by the physical processes of evaporation, condensation, precipitation, infiltration, runoff, and subsurface flow. In so doing, the water goes through different phases: liquid, solid (ice), and gas (vapor).

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