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  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

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  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • To what it comes down to (Sweden #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-13

    It was a fun trip down from North Sweden to Båstnäs at the Norwegian border. We not only passed the most swedish landscapes imaginable but also a fantastic sunset at a river. We made a stop and tried to capture it. In Båstnäs I tried to capture the scrapmetalscope of the scene...

  • Church of the Icon of mother of God life-giving…

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-13

    Variations on a theme «...with a film across Moscow» Camera: Ricoh F-50S Lens: Color Rikenon 2.8 - 40mm Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 08/2007) Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Photo taken: 20/12/2016 Church of Our Lady of Life-Giving Spring in Tsaritsyno in the Moscow (Church of the icon of the Mother of God «life-giving spring») — an Orthodox church Danilov deanery of the Moscow diocese, consecrated in honor of the Mother of God «Life-giving Source». Built in the XVIII century in the Elizabethan Baroque style. The temple was built in 1722 by the architect P. N. Avalanche by order of the political figure and scientist, ruler of Moldavia (1710-1711), Prince of D. K. Kantemir. It was rebuilt in 1760-ies and in 1883. The architecture of the Church in the Baroque style typical suburban rural churches of mid-eighteenth century, and generally pretty mediocre. It is curious why Catherine II, together with Potemkin did not set out to build a new, more representative temple in the same "Gothic taste" of that and the entire Palace complex. This modest Church is now a monument Kantemir era in the history of Tsaritsyn. In the 1930-ies, the Tsaritsyno Church was closed. In 1990, began its restoration, 6 may 1998, his Holiness Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia Alexy II solemnly consecrated the restored temple for the new worship.

  • Church of the Icon of mother of God life-giving…

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-13

    Variations on a theme «...with a film across Moscow» Camera: Ricoh F-50S Lens: Color Rikenon 2.8 - 40mm Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 08/2007) Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Photo taken: 20/12/2016 Church of Our Lady of Life-Giving Spring in Tsaritsyno in the Moscow (Church of the icon of the Mother of God «life-giving spring») — an Orthodox church Danilov deanery of the Moscow diocese, consecrated in honor of the Mother of God «Life-giving Source». Built in the XVIII century in the Elizabethan Baroque style. The temple was built in 1722 by the architect P. N. Avalanche by order of the political figure and scientist, ruler of Moldavia (1710-1711), Prince of D. K. Kantemir. It was rebuilt in 1760-ies and in 1883. The architecture of the Church in the Baroque style typical suburban rural churches of mid-eighteenth century, and generally pretty mediocre. It is curious why Catherine II, together with Potemkin did not set out to build a new, more representative temple in the same "Gothic taste" of that and the entire Palace complex. This modest Church is now a monument Kantemir era in the history of Tsaritsyn. In the 1930-ies, the Tsaritsyno Church was closed. In 1990, began its restoration, 6 may 1998, his Holiness Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia Alexy II solemnly consecrated the restored temple for the new worship.

  • Church of the Icon of mother of God life-giving…

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-13

    Variations on a theme «...with a film across Moscow» Camera: Ricoh F-50S Lens: Color Rikenon 2.8 - 40mm Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 08/2007) Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Photo taken: 20/12/2016 Church of Our Lady of Life-Giving Spring in Tsaritsyno in the Moscow (Church of the icon of the Mother of God «life-giving spring») — an Orthodox church Danilov deanery of the Moscow diocese, consecrated in honor of the Mother of God «Life-giving Source». Built in the XVIII century in the Elizabethan Baroque style. The temple was built in 1722 by the architect P. N. Avalanche by order of the political figure and scientist, ruler of Moldavia (1710-1711), Prince of D. K. Kantemir. It was rebuilt in 1760-ies and in 1883. The architecture of the Church in the Baroque style typical suburban rural churches of mid-eighteenth century, and generally pretty mediocre. It is curious why Catherine II, together with Potemkin did not set out to build a new, more representative temple in the same "Gothic taste" of that and the entire Palace complex. This modest Church is now a monument Kantemir era in the history of Tsaritsyn. In the 1930-ies, the Tsaritsyno Church was closed. In 1990, began its restoration, 6 may 1998, his Holiness Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia Alexy II solemnly consecrated the restored temple for the new worship.

  • «Two masters - two architects»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-13

    Monument V.I. Bazhenov and M.F. Kazakov (sculptor Leonid Baranov) opened on September 1, 2007, on the lawn between the Grand Palace and Bread house Museum Tsaritsino. The sculptural composition consists of figures of famous artists, mounted on two round pedestals on which is written in large letters: "Vasily Bazhenov — the architect — Matvei Kazakov". Masters are shown at the time of discussion of the project of construction of the Palace, testifies to the layout of an unfinished building, which is located between the sculptures. Matthew is depicted with his hat under his arm and a sword, and Basil - with folded drawings in his hands. Variations on a theme «...with a film across Moscow» Camera: Ricoh F-50S Lens: Color Rikenon 2.8 - 40mm Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 08/2007) Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Photo taken: 20/12/2016

  • State Museum-reserve «Tsaritsyno»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-13

    «Tsaritsyno» — Palace and Park ensemble in the South of Moscow, founded by order of Empress Catherine II in 1776. Is administered by the Museum-reserve «Tsaritsyno», founded in 1984. Variations on a theme «...with a film across Moscow» Camera: Ricoh F-50S Lens: Color Rikenon 2.8 - 40mm Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 08/2007) Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Photo taken: 20/12/2016

  • State Museum-reserve «Tsaritsyno»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-01-13

    «Tsaritsyno» — Palace and Park ensemble in the South of Moscow, founded by order of Empress Catherine II in 1776. Is administered by the Museum-reserve «Tsaritsyno», founded in 1984. Variations on a theme «...with a film across Moscow» Camera: Ricoh F-50S Lens: Color Rikenon 2.8 - 40mm Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 08/2007) Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Photo taken: 20/12/2016

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  • Shoal Bay

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  • Little Bay

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  • Little Bay

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  • Little Bay

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  • Little Bay

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  • Little Bay

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    Water

  • Rendezvous Bay

    shared by crismiranda on 2017-01-14

    Sunshine Shack is pure love.

  • Rendezvous Bay

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  • Rendezvous Bay

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  • Rendezvous Bay

    shared by crismiranda on 2017-01-14

    Sunshine Shack is pure love.

  • Rendezvous Bay

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    Sunset

  • Rendezvous Bay

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  • Rendezvous Bay

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  • Rendezvous Bay

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    Sunset

  • Rendezvous Bay

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  • Rendezvous Bay

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    Sunset

  • Rendezvous Bay

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    Sunset

  • Rendezvous Bay

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    Sunset

  • Rendezvous Bay

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    Sunset

  • Rendezvous Bay

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    Sunset

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    shared by robertofiuza on 2017-01-14

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  • Indonesian police voor rider

    shared by hervinsyah on 2017-01-14

    police big motorcycle with annoying sirine sound for penetrate the horrible traffic jam in Indonesia especially in awful traffic jam city such as in Java island. Provided for VVIP nation guest, President, Minister, Governor, Major, Police chief, Celebrity and for them who can paid but never services cynical haters like me =p