Tag: doors

  • Memories of Japan I: Fushimi Inari, Temple of the Thousand Torii

    written by susielomovitz on 2013-05-20 in #world #locations
    Memories of Japan I: Fushimi Inari, Temple of the Thousand Torii

    Over the years, I've felt like I owe a beautiful set of locations to this Magazine -- memories of my trip to Japan. Since it's better late than never, I've finally decided to get in front of the keyboard , write about the wonderful trip and share it with you. Let's start with Fushimi Inari, the temple of the thousand Torii, located in Kyoto.

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  • Double Exposure Projects with Topics!

    written by pearlgirl77 on 2012-11-01 in #lifestyle
    Double Exposure Projects with Topics!

    My friend Aileen and I already made a few double exposure projects together. Almost with a previously determined theme and with wonderful results! Here I show you a small selection.

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  • Illuminate Your Path With Luminous Doors

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-09-04 in #news
    Illuminate Your Path With Luminous Doors

    When you walk through dark alleys does your heart skip a beat and do you pick up your pace without even noticing? What's this fear, instilled in us, called? Instinct? You'd probably avoid this alley in the future. How about if something beautiful, that emitted light, appeared on a wall in this space? Would you linger and come back for more?

  • Lomo LC-A 120: Quirky Doors

    written by kenaz on 2015-08-17 in #gear #lifestyle
    Lomo LC-A 120: Quirky Doors

    In photography, we notice the surface first. The color and texture of things help us imagine what’s beneath. Doors, part of a building’s skin, have this appeal. They suggest how long a structure has been around and what sort of fellows live inside. They are details that fascinate Lomographers, judging from the many LC-A 120 snaps of intriguing entrances.

  • Choi Jeong Hwa's 10 Storey Art Installation of 1,000 Doors

    written by nyebe on 2011-12-21 in #lifestyle
    Choi Jeong Hwa's 10 Storey Art Installation of 1,000 Doors

    In this massive public art piece, South Korean artist Choi Jeong Hwa uses a thousand recycled doors to build this remarkable, visually stunning 10-storey art installation. More images after the jump.