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Geometric Reflections in Landscapes Create Abstract Realities - My Modern Metropolis

Geometric Reflections in Landscapes Create Abstract Realities

Geometric Reflections in Landscapes Create Abstract Realities - My Modern Metropolis

" Jain didn't appear the next day, or the day after. But a part of him still wanted to check every day anyways."

" Jain didn't appear the next day, or the day after. But a part of him still wanted to check every day anyways."

New meaning to "infinity pool" a pool that looks like It keeps going or doesn't really end this one is amazing

New meaning to "infinity pool" a pool that looks like It keeps going or doesn't really end this one is amazing

Loas: Tree Top Exploring; amazing experience!

Loas: Tree Top Exploring; amazing experience!

My personal work has taken on a sense of mysticism where I blur the lines between reality and fantasy. There's something exceptionally beautiful about making the ordinary just a little bit extraordinary. A lot of this concept stems from when I was a child playing make-believe. I would jump in the air pretending to fly imagine unusually shaped sticks I found were magic wands and disappear into the woods where the trees transported me into a different land. To this day my mind often wanders…

My personal work has taken on a sense of mysticism where I blur the lines between reality and fantasy. There's something exceptionally beautiful about making the ordinary just a little bit extraordinary. A lot of this concept stems from when I was a child playing make-believe. I would jump in the air pretending to fly imagine unusually shaped sticks I found were magic wands and disappear into the woods where the trees transported me into a different land. To this day my mind often wanders…

By Christy Hobart, Special to The Times     Once upon a time. . . .    "Storybook houses are an outgrowth of the blurred line of fantasy and reality that is particular to Los Angeles," says Trudi Sandmeier, a preservationist at the Los Angeles Conservancy. The style pops up across the country, she notes, but nowhere did it attain the popularity it enjoyed in L.A.    Pictured here is the Hobbit House in Culver City.

Storybook houses of Los Angeles

By Christy Hobart, Special to The Times Once upon a time. . . . "Storybook houses are an outgrowth of the blurred line of fantasy and reality that is particular to Los Angeles," says Trudi Sandmeier, a preservationist at the Los Angeles Conservancy. The style pops up across the country, she notes, but nowhere did it attain the popularity it enjoyed in L.A. Pictured here is the Hobbit House in Culver City.

Wedding theme's theme song. Imagining someone wandering through the woods after a snowfall, animals watching through the trees, as he's led deeper in by a forest pixie/fairy. Reality and fantasy start to blur as the snow starts to fall again.

Wedding theme's theme song. Imagining someone wandering through the woods after a snowfall, animals watching through the trees, as he's led deeper in by a forest pixie/fairy. Reality and fantasy start to blur as the snow starts to fall again.

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