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LOL I was having too much fun just aranging the glasses and watching the patterns that formed. It was a fun way to spend a day off school due to bad weather.. :-) and I learned something new ....
Refraction - commonly observed when light passes through materials of different refractive indexes and at any angle other than 0 deg. from the normal.
Taken at Royal Ontario Museum
Chihuly first filled boats with glass in Nuutajärvi, Finland, during the 1995 Chihuly Over Venice project.
After several days of glassblowing, Chihuly and the team made temporary installations along the Nuutajoki, the river nearby. He often tossed glass into the river, letting it float downstream. Local kids in small wooden rowboats gathered them, and it was probably then that Chihuly saw the opportunity for a new type of installation.
When the team found a partially submerged wooden rowboat, which was hauled out and emptied of mud and debris, Chihuly filled it to overflowing with glass. He has continued to revisit the "Boat" idea ever since.
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Looking Glass Falls is one of the most photographed waterfalls in the U.S. It is located just off 276 in the Pisgah National Forest in Western North Carolina. Trying to get a unique shot of this falls, that you don't usually see can be quite a task. I think this shot accomplishes just that. Shot with an 8mm
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Il silenzio è rotto solo da rumori esterni, la luce tenue che filtra dalle persiane crea ombre lunghe e furtive, quella forte delle vetrate invade le stanze vuote le riempie di colori e di calore, come a voler ridare loro la vita e lo sfarzo di un tempo che non c'è più.....
I like these old liqueur-glasses, an heritage of "Aunt Anneliese"!
Glass frogs live in and among the trees and plants of humid mountain forests in Central and South America. Higher up the mountain the rainforests are called cloud forests because the trees are almost always covered in clouds. Glass frogs are mostly active at night, which makes them very difficult to spot for predators.