Mont Aiguille et Chichilianne
La mairie de Chichilianne, avec le Mont Aiguille en arrière plan. Il ne s'agit pas d'un photo-montage, mais les contrastes ont été accentués, et les bords légèrement floutés. On the front side, the City Hall of the village of Chichilianne, in the Vercors (French Alps). And on the back side, the Mont Aiguille, a famous French mountain first climbed in 1492. It is sometimes regarded as the birth of mountainering. ...and yes, despite all I can see on pinterest or tumblr, it's real! (just some…
Architecture in Belgium: Other Castles
Vorselaar Castle, Belgium - The castle De Borrekens at Vorselaar (near Herenthals) is a a medieval castle from the thirteenth century which was rebuilt in a neo-Gothic style in the nineteenth century, between 1866-1884. In the thirteenth century, it belonged to the Van Rotselaar family, who were stewards of the Dukes of Brabant. Surrounded by a moat, and guarded by fortified towers at the entrance, it is powerfully evocative of the late middle ages. The castle is still privately owned.
We visited the Aran Island of Innis Oirr (Inisheer), quilted with these rock walls built over the centuries to clear the land for farming. Many contained cows, sheep, horses. As our horse drawn ride trotted along the roads, horses in these paddocks would whinny a greeting to our horse! The sound of bird calls filled the air with a lovely music. I imagined the kids on this island of 250 playing wicked hide & seek in the paddocks.
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Layers of history (1) The hillside figures of the chalk downs are some of England’s most memorable sights and testimony of the human need to make marks on the landscape on a large scale. This need has clearly existed for hundreds of years – though quite how many centuries no one really knows, as the origins of these figures are undocumented. There is a persistent story that this one near Westbury in Wiltshire was first cut to commemorate the Battle of Ethandun, the occasion when King Arthur…
'A Horse Guard in Whitehall, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe' Photographic Print - James Emmerson | Art.com
About This Piece Animal Art Keep your furry and feathery friends close, whether they are a galloping stallion or a dog taking a selfie. Our gallery is here to turn empty walls into a cute and quirky display of animal art. Figurative Art Think reality delights? You bet your walls do too. So, why not introduce them to our collection of figurative art. Make acquaintance with inspiring muses of famous masters or get a glimpse of pop culture icons caught on camera. Any masterpieces you choose…
Welcome - Celtic and Fantasy Art by Kevin Dyer
Frame dimensions are 12"x 12" and 1" deep. Body, Mind and Spirit for Eternity Joined in Love like an unbroken chain.