Nationals park from left field
Another great city scene. This time of New York. The convergence of light and dark at the Flatiron building is stunning.
Day and Night in New York City Captured in Single Images by Stephen Wilkes.
I don’t know anything about Osaka, Japan but this is an amazing photo.
Great time of day for this photo!
The colors on this photo are amazing. Go Buckeyes!
I had to do a double take on this photo as I didn’t think it was real.
I think this is a photo. Either way, it is a great image.
and then, the rain
The train is leaving the station at J.B. Bittings Brewpub. There is actually advertising sold on every panel of this train. (Taken with instagram)
I think I need to see the entire structure to really evaluate. I don’t exactly get what emotions or connection to the Titanic the building’s architecture is trying to elicit. Thoughts?
Titanic Belfast by CivicArts/Eric R Kuhne Associates
It is officially the largest tourist attraction dedicated to the RMS Titanic, and needed one delivery of concrete every two minutes for almost 24 hours just for the foundations.
At first glance, this ad looks almost threatening but as I studied it even more, it become a much more appealing image. The moon is not crashing into earth but illuminating. A much more positive thought that the ad is trying to portray.
And down the #cherryblossoms come… #dc #springscape (Taken with instagram)
Hello Freshville, the sandwich no longer lives here. #sonic #photography #food (Taken with instagram)
Imagine walking through a forest and seeing just a glimpse of these awesome invisible figures! They’re the creative work of artist Rob Mulholland, who makes these sculptures out of mirrored Perspex (or acrylic glass). It has been called the Predator effect after the 1987 film where an alien life form seamlessly blends into its background. Mulholland has previously installed these chameleon-like figures in the woods around Alloa, Loch Ard and the David Marshall Lodge in Scotland.
Mulholland told BBC Scotland that the key to the effect was creating a distorted reflection. “It alters reality, one moment you see them and the next moment they blend in. There’s an ambiguity to it - it doesn’t answer all the questions.”
[via My Modern Metropolis]
This is cool but creepy.