Birds Of A Feather | by Claire Rosen.
A brilliant live portrait series by Claire Rosen featuring vintage wallpaper backdrops to accentuate and highlight the colors of each bird, which range from the common Parakeet to the exotic Hyacinth Macaw.
As seen on: Honestly WTF.
I think you mean locations for the next silent hill.
Tiny Humans Lost In The Majesty Of Nature
No matter how caught up we get in our stressful day-to-day lives, nature always gives us the perfect place to escape to. The great outdoors have a way of making you seem small and insignificant, and of putting all of your problems into perspective. With that in mind, here are some stunning photographs showing just how small we can seem when eclipsed by the powerful wonder of nature.
Here’s a quote from a poem by William Wordsworth that goes well with these photos; “To her fair works did Nature link//The human soul that through me ran;//And much it grieved my heart to think//What man has made of man.“
2.Mansfield, Victoria, Australia | Image credits: Alex Wise
3. Arches National Park, Utah, USA | Image credits: Marsel Van Oosten
4. Moravia, Czech Republic | Image credits: Przemyslaw Kruk
5. Namib Desert | Image credits: Reinhard Gaemlich
6. Second largest tree in the world, California’s SequoiaNational Park | Image credits: Michael Nichols
7. Iceland | Image credits: Wim Denijs
8. Badlands in Death Valley National Park,California, USA | Image credits: Troy Montemayor
9. .Atnajökull Ice Cap, Iceland | Image credits: Orvar Atli
10.. Belarus | Image credits: Ivan Letochin
Brion Cemetary in San Vito d’Altivole near Treviso, Italy is considered Italian architect Carlo Scarpa’s most important and complex work. “I consider this work, if you permit me, to be rather good and one which will get better over time. I have tried to put some poetic imagination into it, though not in order to create poetic architecture but to make a certain kind of architecture that could emanate a sense of formal poetry. The place for the dead is a garden. I wanted to show some ways in which you could approach death in a social and civic way; and further what meaning there was in death, in the ephemerality of life other than these shoe-boxes.” Scarpa died in 1978, in a construction site accident. He is buried in this cemetery in a standing position in a hidden spot within the interstitial space where the walls of the old and new cemeteries meet.
yesssss concrete brutalism