C O R O N A 🦠🦠.
“Surprise is the greatest gift which life can grant us.”
Pretty ‘glad’ we stopped in Gladstone tonight!
We have to confess that we’ve bypassed this city in the past, but it’s actually pretty darn awesome!
They have created the most amazing recreational area down by the waterfront, with plenty of grassy areas for picnics, playgrounds for the kids, wild dolphins frolicking in the water and epic sunset views. It’s a winning combination for us.
We’re looking forward to exploring some more in the morning before moving on to our main destination for the week - Rockhampton!
Check out our stories for more of the action. Bring on the epic adventures and fun!!! 🙌
Hope you’re having a fantastic weekend.
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This tub was cut to the rumble of an old episode of Desert Island Disks (Tom Hanks, you charmer) and my neighbour doing her step aerobics in the garden. Breakfast now, which I have been looking forward to since nine o'clock last night (just me?).
Winner of the @NYCxDESIGN award for Model Apartment is 32 East 1st Street Penthouse by Combined Architecture and Interiors and Mathieu Lehanneur (@mathieulehanneur).
High above the East Village, on the eighth and ninth floor of 32 East 1st Street lies a dreamy 2,766 square foot penthouse with interiors designed by world-renowned French artist, Mathieu Lehanneur. Lehanneur’s “Pied-a-Terre” at Penthouse B, is a 3 bedroom, 3 bath duplex unit featuring custom furnishings and sculptural decor envisioned and created by Lehanneur himself.
Pieces from Lehanneur’s own collection and a light and airy color palette fit the mood and the overall aesthetic envisioned for the space. Some of Lehanneur’s most eye-catching pieces are featured, including Inverted Gravity, a console that incorporates luxurious, rich materials like onyx and hand-blown glass as well as the Familyscape sofas that create the sensation of floating in the clouds. A blue ombre carpet seemingly reflecting the sky can be found in the living room as well as his Pocket Ocean piece floating above the fireplace.
Visit the #linkinbio to see more NYCxDESIGN award winners.
📷: Evan Joseph
Text courtesy of the designer
A @sandow company.
Bunu dener misin?😜
Whould you try this?
Today, we are going moving towards another milestone with significant lifting of restriction in the UK and I am looking back at the lockdown life in the past three months and recording down a few moments that I remember from this period:
- the streets were empty of cars and pedestrians and for once London was eerily quiet
- having a breath of fresh air from your window was the most luxurious thing in life during the very peak of pandemic
- Baking banana bread (or any bread in general!)
- turning on the tele at 5pm every weekday to catch the government's daily briefing and that familiar phrase 'can I have the next slide please?'
- clapping for NHS and key workers on Thursday evening at 8pm consecutively for 10 weeks from my flat's window to thank them for their hard work
Nestled in its own parkland in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, Philips House is an early nineteenth-century Neo-Grecian country house designed by Jeffry Wyatville whose other works included alterations and extensions to Chatsworth House and Windsor Castle.
Second row view
Standard focal length (50-70 mm) is becoming my favorite to capture larger landscape scenes. The perspective created by this focal length is very close to what we see with the human eye. However, creating compositions with standard focal length can be more challenging. The restricted field of view limits the options when adding other elements to the frame. Arranging elements in the frame becomes even more important than with a wide-angle lens.
How do you like using standard focal length?
This image was taken with a 70mm lens.
Also, this image was taken 30 minutes before the image from a previous post (a previous image was taken with 50mm).
Imagine hitting this monster wake 😱 Rocket to the moon! 🚀🌊 - What are y’all up to this weekend?
A setting sun casts long shadows from dry brush along a steep side of a sand dune. The sun is an amazing artist.
I have space in my Eastern Sierra workshop this coming February, where we spend plenty of time exploring the amazing sand dunes of Death Valley. Get in touch if you are interested!
Didi kempot - See you again 🌪
Miyata Records. Película de cinema na câmera fotográfica. Asakusa, Tokyo, Dez/2019. Kodak Vision 3 500T Stop +1. Leicaflex SL + Summicron R 50mm 2.0.
#tokyocameraclub #東京カメラ部 #Japan #Photo #写真 #日本 #mastodon #マストドン #Photograph #Photography
Думали, что приедем в Питер на пару дней, но дел оказалось больше, чем планировали :) Надеюсь, до следующих выходных справимся и снова за город #ктонеработаеттотнеест😂
Selamat ulang tahun sayang, panjang umur sehat selalu dilimpahkan rezekinya dan dd utun sehat selalu selamat sampe lahiran. Aminnn ( pohpohan residen) @intanjulia03
How was your Christmas? 🌾🎄 ——————————————
Let me begin by wishing all who celebrate a very merry, very belated Christmas! Apologies for the similarly late post, I was busy drinking eggnog to forget—I mean, spending time with family and enjoying a holiday of cheer. This wheat, however, might be the most poignant present of all. Covered under a light blanket of snow, this frigid field is perfectly apt to enjoy at during the gift-giving season. This wheat appears under an icy blue sky, heavily weighed upon by a dusting of powder—its outline and trademark shape barely visible amongst the flurry that has settled upon it. Equally snowy is the tree to its right, dark in color, bold against the vivid white of this winter wonderland. Its branches are curvaceous and intricate, conjuring up images of reindeer horns (shameless shoutout to my prior post) or the fractal shapes appearing on every delicate snowflake falling gracefully from the skies above. Most crucial to this scene, however, is the dense hay bale sitting proud in the center of this image. Harvested grain is tightly bound into this spiral of surprise, creating a bundle of dense wheat lying rotund and magnificent in the center of this scene. Like an oversized present simply waiting to be torn into and unwrapped, this wheat harbors mystery and fortune untold within the bounds of its cylindrical figure. I would advise against picking up this bushel and shaking it to figure out what could be inside—if that would even be possible—for it’s quite wonderfully weighty. I rate this wintry wheat a 9.6/10.
Clouds slowly lifting over the Cascades
Buenasssss nochesss Colombiaaaa 😍💚
📸 Geraldine Meneses López
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Oh Canada, you’re gorgeous. 🇨🇦