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Sunset Explorers

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Sunset Explorers

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Just before Dawn

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Just before Dawn

at the Monterey Fisherman's Wharf


Sundown

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Sundown

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Dredging in full swing.

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Dredging in full swing.


Arbois

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Arbois

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[Lomo LC-A]
[Kodak Gold 100]
[Processing @ Lab]


Britannia Shipyard

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Britannia Shipyard

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Lang Co, Vietnam

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Lang Co, Vietnam

A small fisherman village


In the liquid mirror

Dimitil posted a photo:

In the liquid mirror

Στον Ορμίσκο Βαλτούδι δίπλα στην Μηλίνα στις ακτές του Πηλίου.
Tone mapped from one N.E.F.(RAW) capture.


Britannia Shipyard

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Britannia Shipyard

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City Lights

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City Lights


Quiet Spot

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Quiet Spot

Taken in France---I have used textures to give the painterly and antiqued feel


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Costa Rica fishing people beach Samarra Lumix FZ1000 boats


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Costa Rica fishing people beach Samarra Lumix FZ1000 boats


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Costa Rica sunset people Samarra Lumix FZ1000, people at play, FZ1000 boats


Sunrise over Pokhara

Mark Schroeder! posted a photo:

Sunrise over Pokhara

The Annapurna Range. This was at sunrise, where we just barely managed to get to the top of the World Peace Pagoda in time. From left of the picture to right is: Annapurna (south), Annapurna 1 (the big 8091m), Machhapuchre (big pointy), and Annapurna III.


Lake Phewa at Night

Mark Schroeder! posted a photo:

Lake Phewa at Night

The brightly colored boats at night were pretty neat.


Sé do Porto Portugal

ONETERRY. AKA TERRY KEARNEY posted a photo:

Sé do Porto Portugal

The Porto Cathedral located in the historical centre of the city of Porto, Portugal, is one of the city's oldest monuments and one of the most important Romanesque monuments in Portugal

The current Cathedral of Porto underwent construction around 1110 under the patronage of Bishop Hugo and was completed in the 13th century, but there is evidence that the city has been a bishopric seat since the Suevi domination in the 5th-6th centuries.

The cathedral is flanked by two square towers, each supported with two buttresses and crowned with a cupola. The façade lacks decoration and is rather architecturally heterogeneous. It shows a Baroque porch and a beautiful Romanesque rose window under a crenellated arch, giving the impression of a fortified church.

The Romanesque nave is rather narrow and is covered by barrel vaulting. It is flanked by two aisles with a lower vault. The stone roof of the central aisle is supported by flying buttresses, making the building one of the first in Portugal to use this architectonic feature.

This first Romanesque building has suffered many alterations but the general aspect of the façade has remained romanesque.


Inner view of rose window and central aisle of Porto Cathedral.
Around 1333 the Gothic funerary chapel of João Gordo was added. João was a Knight Hospitaller who worked for King Dinis I. His tomb is decorated with his recumbent figure and reliefs of the Apostles. Also from the Gothic period is the elegant cloister, built between the 14th and the 15th centuries during the reign of King John I, who married English Princess Philippa of Lancaster in Porto Cathedral in 1387.


Baroque loggia to the lateral façade
The external appearance of the Cathedral was greatly altered during Baroque times. In 1772 a new main portal substituted the old Romanesque original and the tower cupolas were altered. Around 1732 Italian architect Nicolau Nasoni added an elegant Baroque loggia to the lateral façade of the Cathedral. During the War of the Oranges whilst the battle at Amarante was taking place a group of Spanish soldiers briefly took control of the Cathedral before being overcome by the locals of the town. A marble plaque with a Magnetite backing now hangs up behind the altar in order to remind everyone of those who lost their lives whilst regaining control of the chapel. The magnetite backing was chosen in order to remind those travelling near the cathedral by interfering with the direction in which their compass points,


Gothic cloisters of the Cathedral.
The interior was also altered during the baroque era. In one of the chapels there is a magnificent silver altarpiece, built in the second half of the 17th century by Portuguese artists. Also in the 17th century the romanesque apse (which had an ambulatory) was torn down and a new one was built in baroque style, later decorated with new wall paintings by Nasoni and choir stalls. The altarpiece of the chapel, designed by Santos Pacheco and executed by Miguel Francisco da Silva between 1727 and 1729, is an important work of Portuguese Baroque.

The three red marble holy-water fonts, supported by a statue, date from the 17th century. The baptistery contains a bronze bas-relief by António Teixeira Lopes, depicting the baptism of Christ by John the Baptist.

The South transept arm gives access to the Gothic cloister, which is decorated with baroque azulejos by Valentim de Almeida (between 1729 and 1731). They depict the life of the Virgin Mary and Ovid's Metamorphoses. The remains of the Early-Romanesque ambulatory contain a few sarcophagi. The terrace is decorated with tile panels by António Vidal. The coffered ceiling of the chapter house was painted with allegories of moral values by Pachini in 1737.

Porto Portugal Spring 2015


Nothing compares to you

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Nothing compares to you

Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo cherry blossoms at their full splendor


Sunrise in Livingston, Guatemala

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Sunrise in Livingston, Guatemala

Sunrise in Livingston, Guatemala


Red Boat

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Red Boat

A red boat in Hobsons Bay, Victoria, Australia. Photo taken on May 2, 2015.

Unfortunately, I don't have PS installed on my new laptop to do any processing so this is straight JPG from the camera.

All of my photos on Flickr are limited in size to protect my images from being stolen and used elsewhere. If you're interested in purchasing a high resolution print from me, please message me and I would be happy to accommodate the request. I will have a website in 2015 that you can order directly from. Thank you.