Architecture is creativity solidified into a form of building..."the complex or carefully designed structure of something" (Google def #2). NOT necessarily as large as "a building". Here is a half-circle of stones built to rise in an arch at the still water's edge. The waters reflect it to create a perfect circle, and the stones below the water parallel the form of the stones. Martin Hill Stream Stone Circle, White Beach, New Zealand
As frutinhas estão com tudo neste verão, por isso, se não der vontade de comer com os olhos, vai bater vontade de vestir as obras do artista plástico Dennis Wojtkiewicz. O pintor natural de Ohio explora o fotorrealismo em suas telas de flores e frut...
Her dreams were as vivid as they were terrifying. The waves were not chaotic, but they lapped over the top of her head and sent her hair into into a furious tangle before her eyes. She didn't need to see to know that there was someone clutching her ankle with a desperation that pierced her skin and made her bleed. "It's your turn!" the voice chanted and chanted and chanted until she opened her eyes and she was not drowning, but she was damp with perspiration and still surrounded by darkness.
Water portrait by Bill Viola. Stills from a moving image which shows the movement of the water. Three prominent colours (blue, skin-colour and brown) which creates a simplistic effect, focusing on the movement of the water and facial expressions.
Take a look at the behind the scenes of incredible shots that will make you appreciate photography a tad bit more. Sure, it can seem like overkill considering that a lot can be done in post-production software these days, but doing it old-school still gives photos that special quality unachievable otherwise.