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Desordenaré las lluvias.: El escarnio no disgrega

His straw hat stood out in the dimly lit coffee shop. Two stickers, proudly stating he had voted. The red in the American flag contrasting with the dull tones of beige in the straw. I stared at him.

~.~  La paix  ~.~

Wedding Photographer Tammy Hughes is one of the longest standing members of Professional Photographers of America in Modesto.

Sleeping beauty by MaggieBebbe.deviantart.com on @deviantART

My favourite statue belonging to this cemetery. Cimitero monumentale di Bonaria - Cagliari featured here ---> [link] and here ---> [link] deep Inside

EL DAVID, de MIGUEL ÁNGEL… Es una escultura de mármol blanco de 4,1 m de altura realizada por Miguel Ángel Buonarroti entre 1501 y 1504 por encargo de la Opera del Duomo de la Catedral de Santa María del Fiore de Florencia. La escultura representa al Rey David bíblico en el momento previo a enfrentarse con Goliat, y fue acogida como un símbolo de la República de Florencia frente a la hegemonía de sus derrocados dirigentes, los Médici, y la amenaza de los estados adyacentes, especialmente los…

David by Michelangelo. David's face enhanced by the shadow and light. It makes the best of art, even better,yes indeed!

Inspiring image aesthetic, angst, art, love, statue by - Resolution - Find the image to your taste

Emil Cadoo - Pensée, vers 1960    via felixinclusis:mercay

Emil Cadoo - Pensée, vers 1960 reminds me of a photograph from Nat Geo. Of a roman statue soaking in water to remove dirt.

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One of the most mesmerizing type of architecture is Gothic most buildings are breathtaking. I selected this picture in particular because gargoyles is the most intriguing and interesting part of Gothic architecture, is a scene I would like to see in at sun set or dawn, North Dame would be a great place to do so.

The History of Gargoyles & Grotesques (Facts, Information, Pictures


Since we cannot change reality, let us change the eyes which see reality. - Nikos Kazantzakis Sculpted lovers by Pietro Canonia, The Abyss, 1869