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sur les quai - Liège , une de mes premières photos en digita

 

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Just playing around with photo filters in Photoshop. This is the side of a building at the York University in Toronto. I rotated it to get this perspective.

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The John Hancock building in Chicago is our home.

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Due to the nature of the Mont and the way that the abbey has needed to be constructed, the cloister is on top of the rest of the abbey buildings and not at the centre of the complex. Despite this, the cloister which crowns the Merveille [1] has maintained the form and functions of other cloisters found in all other monasteries with just a few subtle differences which set it apart, turning it into a symbolic representation of an ideal monastic life.

   

As with other abbeys the cloister’s function is above all a communications centre inspired by the atrium of a Roman villa and providing access to all the essential rooms: to the east, the refectory and the kitchens which no longer exist; to the south, one door led to the church another to the dormitory; to the west, the three traditional apertures must have opened into the chapter hall that was never built and a small door led to the archives. Only the north gallery, in the direction of the sea was not meant to serve as a way of communication with other rooms. The principal functions of monastic life, except for work and reception, were thus distributed around the cloister.

 

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Just playing around with photo filters in Photoshop. This is the side of a building at the York University in Toronto. I rotated it to get this perspective.

Another shot from this lovely designed building.

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I wasn't on a guided tour and couldn't find it on the map. From the special architectural lighting (which made it look attractive and helped me take the hand-held night shot) it appears to be of some historic or architectural importance. Anyone help identify it?

unfortunately! No perfect composition, photo taken too tight, but with nice components

The rose window over the North entrance of Westminster Abbey. Just another photo, together with yesterday's, in honor of the royal wedding.

 

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Roof Jame mosque,Esfahan

"Kö-Bogen" made by Daniel Libeskind, Düsseldorf

Palais des Papes en Avignon. Photo prise depuis le Fort Saint André à Villeneuve-Les-Avignon. Photo prise avec objectif à 300mm

A small village located at off the Abu Samra Road about 50 kilometers west of Doha in the south central plain of Qatar.

Old architecture loaded with latest technology. Simple urban style housing and architecture ..

 

I got the blue(s), Düsseldorf

The cathedral di Santa Maria Assunta, Siena, Tuscany, Italy

 

October 5, 2009 • Taken by Lorien

 

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The Papal Basilica of Saint Peter

commonly known as Saint Peter's Basilica, is a Late Renaissance church located within the Vatican City.

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handheld

tripod isn't allowed

very, very crowded

 

May 2012

 

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