Saturday, 29. October 2005
Travel Photography... 320 photo galleries with 6000 travel, nature, landscapes, people and adventure photos.
|These images were taken by the author over the past six years, while travelling across East/South East Asia, India, Nepal, Egypt, Central and Southern Europe.|
Travel Photography by Alfred Molon
This rare wildflower landscape portfolio represents a 19-year historical documentation of a phenomenon in the Californian deserts known as "carpet blooms". A surreal display of flowers on such a scale and magnitude not seen anywhere else on earth.
Incredible poppy landscapes or vistas of mountains and valleys painted with wildflowers appear like a mirage on the desert lasting for several weeks or as little as a few days. Arguably one of the most sublime wonders of our planet and the most ephemera in nature, many of these botanical treasures are endangered by land developement and man's influence on climate.
Feral Flowers - Desert Wildflowers of California by Richard Dickey
Aviation ArtSince 1915, the aircraft has revolutionized the practice of the military art. Three great artists present the stirring moment of over 80 years of military aviation history.
|A renowned artist in his native England, his work has appeared on TV, in newspapers, and in books. His one man show at the Smithsonian Institute in 1987 was viewed by more than 10 million people, and was hailed as "the most successful aviation art exhibition ever staged."|
Description: Robert Taylor?s gripping new painting conveys the awesome task faced by the Australian, British, Canadian, and New Zealand aircrews, as Beaufighters of No 455 Squadron RAAF from the Dallachy Strike Wing skim the rugged rock face, exiting the target after a successful rocket attack on shipping deep in a Norwegian fjord.
Einfach den roten Punkt mit der Maus vom Start ins Ziel bringen - und nirgends anstossen:
|My Name is Jeff Laitila. Originally I am from a sleepy little corner of Northern Michigans Upper Penninsula, now residing in Yokosuka City, Japan. How does it feel to live in Japan? Exciting ... frustrating ... fun... difficult ... enlightening ... humbling ... interesting ...|
I could go on for some time trying to capture the experience in words. (which is exactly the reason why I have built this site!)
I like this blog: Sushicam
Hier hat es ein paar verblüffende Optische Illusionen:
|Look at this. |
We've made a
pumpkin into a computer.