Hello all,My name is Roman and it's my first article, something like experiment or first step. I want to tell you about one of outdated hand tool for work near the house. This is scythe.This tool most often used for cutting grass, as well as grain crops (rye, wheat, oats). The tool consists of long curved steel blade attached to long wooden base with one short handle (less often with two handles). Wooden base should be maximum light and strong as possible.Until... continue reading
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Modern abstract architecture is one of my photographic passions. Being an amateur photographer I am not perfect at it. But I would like to share 3 myths which I noticed prevent photo enthusiasts from shooting this exciting theme.You have to live in or visit big metropolis. Not true! Of course chances to find interesting angles and shapes are better in New York, Tokyo or Shanghai, but most of my own abstract architecture pictures I made in relatively small city of Vilnius, my hometown and capital... continue reading
I love landscape photography and recently wanted to find out which photographers were famous in this area of photography. I came across the usual names; people like Ansel Adams, but I wanted to know if there were any modern day photographers who specialized in digital landscape photography which is a lot different to when Ansel was taking Black & White shots of his beloved America.Those guys used film in their cameras and only got to see the finished image after processing. This was... continue reading
Now all over the world are in the implementation of green energy saving and environmental protection in urban traffic system, urban rail transit is the city of aortic, I went to watch the world of urban rail transit, Tokyo, New York, London, Paris, Beijing, Guangzhou... Almost all of them tried various ways to realize green travel. However, do the best, I think I met in the Chinese city of Guangzhou of the green track bus, all the tracks and stations are covered by green plants, very beautiful,... continue reading
The architectural development of Abu Dhabi was fast. It was planned carefully with some specific characteristics emerging in different periods. Until 2008 the main characteristic of the city was regular 3 dimensional lines and geometric forms: all streets were perpendicular to each other creating blocks of buildings within this regular pattern where 20 floor skyscrapers , all the same height, are constructed at the perimeter edge of the block looking toward main streets, while inside these blocks... continue reading
The name of the architecture is called Wangjing SOHO.It is builded in beijing city,China. Wangjing SOHO, by the world famous architect Zaha Hadid (Zaha Hadid) as the chief designer, consists of 3 buildings set office and commercial development of high-rise buildings and three low storey tall commercial buildings, the highest in a height of 200 metres. High-rise landmarks, become the first impression capital construction. continue reading
The first architectural element in Dubai is tall building, so view from 59th floor on other skyscrapers and road infrastructure is exciting. The view is from the DMCC tower. Around can be seen other modern towers at JLT , with additional ones coming out through the water reflections. On the opposite side of Shk Zayed street is Dubai Marina and Jumeira Beach Resort with its beach. Along Shk Zayed street near the downtown, there are skyscrapers and high rise buildings from... continue reading
Went to Perth last week and have some pictures. Feware already uploaded and few more to come.Perth is beautiful and especially King's Park is a place from which you can enjoy the beautiful skyline of the city.It has plenty of old and new architectural sites and that is one of the particular features I love most.Several buildings of early 1900, or at least the facade are maintained while they are replaced by modern high rises.My first priority was to capture the Perth skyline, but, unfortunately... continue reading
Figure stamped in the collective imagination, the skull loses some of its side "dark" and gains in sympathy as a symbol of what is modern (though debatable).Since the designers Alexander McQueen and Alexander Herchcovitch adopted in the fashion world - and it makes a good time - the icon has been recurring as aesthetic element - to shock, amuse, almost never to scare.In decorating shows, in an environment or another, the skulls also give the guys in general discrete, sometimes more overt,... continue reading
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