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2008 28" X 39 1/2"

Royal Mosa ceramic tile, glass, millefiori glass (cut cane) black grout

Little mosaic on a wall of an old bakery the village Prats del Rey.

The bread tasted very good ;-))

 

Happy Wall Wednesday!!

I folded my tessellation 'Mosaic' once more. This time I used slightly thicker paper, that was already colored (also made a bigger grid), and then you get this result.

 

Folded from a hexagon 42cm, Italian paper, grid 1:96".

 

This photo is taken by daylight. In the evening the colors change a bit, like you can see here, (took a macro image of a fold and the paper.)

 

In the first comment box the backlit and first version of "Mosaic", which is folded with different paper, that is suitable for backlighting.

 

If you interested to see more, please check out my origami 'Tessellation Altering album' .

   

www.starkeeper.it/OrionMosaic.htm

 

The constellation of Orion holds much more than three stars in a row. A deep exposure shows everything from dark nebula to star clusters, all embedded in an extended patch of gaseous wisps in the greater Orion Molecular Cloud Complex. The brightest three stars on the far left are indeed the famous three stars that make up the belt of Orion. Just below Alnitak, the lowest of the three belt stars, is the Flame Nebula, glowing with excited hydrogen gas and immersed in filaments of dark brown dust. Below the frame center and just to the right of Alnitak lies the Horsehead Nebula, a dark indentation of dense dust that has perhaps the most recognized nebular shapes on the sky. On the upper right lies M42, the Orion Nebula, an energetic caldron of tumultuous gas, visible to the unaided eye, that is giving birth to a new open cluster of stars. Immediately to the left of M42 is a prominent bluish reflection nebula sometimes called the Running Man that houses many bright blue stars. The above image, a digitally stitched composite taken over several nights, covers an area with objects that are roughly 1,500 light years away and spans about 75 light years.

 

Optics: Takahashi FSQ-106EDXIII F/3.6 383mm. - APO Refractor

Mount: AP Mach1 GTO

Camera: Canon 5D MkII - Baader Mod

Filters: OSC

Guiding Systems: Tecnosky 60/228 Guide Scope- SX Lodestar

Dates/Times: 20-22-23 December 2014

Location: Pragelato - Turin - Italy

Mosaic Details: 2x2 Frame

Exposure Detailse: OSC => 150 = > (30x5) ISO 1600 [num x minutes] For Each Frame

Cooling Details: Ambient -4°C

Acquisition: BackyardEOS, TheSkyX

Processing: PixInsight, PS CS5

Mean FWHM: 3.65

SQM-L: 20.98 / 21.11

 

.....one of my addictions!

Yesterday I had a very fine day, meeting Sabinche in Eisenach and guiding her to the city's most famous building, Wartburg castle.

Here you see part of the mosaics inside the "Elizabeth Bower" - depicting scenes of the life of Elisabeth of Hungary, who lived here. Unfortunately no flashes are allowed inside the building and I had to shoot at ISO 1600.

The Savior on Blood Church harks back to medieval Russian architecture in the spirit of romantic nationalism. It intentionally resembles the 17th-century Yaroslavl churches and the celebrated St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.[4]

 

The church contains over 7500 square meters of mosaics—according to its restorers, more than any other church in the world.The walls and ceilings inside the church are completely covered in intricately detailed mosaics — the main pictures being biblical scenes or figures — but with very fine patterned borders setting off each picture.

The interior was designed by some of the most celebrated Russian artists of the day—including Viktor Vasnetsov, Mikhail Nesterov and Mikhail Vrubel — chief architect, Alfred Alexandrovich Parland,

Fountain with turtle

Modulex is so perfect for making mosaics based on square pixels :D

 

Ice Climbers

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The floating leaves of an underwater Mosaic Plant in an Water Garden.

Ludwigia sedioides

Family Onagraceae

The Rockledge Gardens, Rockledge, Florida, USA.

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"Mosaic" is the first transformation of my basic origami-tessellation: 'Blueprint', I want to show you.

Folded from a hexagon 33cm, 'Anett'-paper, grid 1:64".

  

If you interested in this project, check out my origami 'Tessellation Altering album'.

The Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades, California

Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré

Sainte-Anne de Beaupré, Quebec, Canada

Mosaic meme, knicked from Seren's stream, who stole it from Nuuna Nitely.

 

Mosaic Challenge

Type your answer to each of the questions below into Flickr search.

Then, using only the first page, pick an image.

 

Then, copy and paste each of the URLs for the images into this mosaic maker (http://bighugelabs.com/flickr/mosaic.php)

 

1. What is your first name? - Katiya

2. What is your favorite food? - Chicken Satay

3. What high school did you go to? - Talbot Heath

4. What is your favorite color? - Burgundy

5. Who is your celebrity crush? - Jensen Ackles

6. Favorite drink? - Coffee

7. Dream vacation? - NY

8. Favorite dessert? - Panna cotta

9. What you want to be when you grow up? stable

10. What do you love most in life? - creating

11. One Word to describe you. - Erratic

12. Your flickr name. - Katiya Rhode

 

#1 is a video from Zonja Capalini's stream,the video of Seren and my wedding - first thing that pops up when I searched for Katiya <3

Taken back in 2003 near a waterfall in my pond.

 

A very impressive green grasses and small rocks mosaic wall at

the Royal Park Rajapruek.

 

Grand Lisboa

Macau

Special Territory, China

中國 澳門

2014.02.14

© Alton Thompson 唐博敦

 

Alton’s Images

This is the mosaic that I did using part of the Eye of the Muse for the composition. The title is insight- it's 12" x 12".

All from my own neon letter collection.

A selection of brightness!

No self-promoting please. Comments with links to your own photos/photostreams/Flickrivers etc. will be deleted.

Con este proyecto he querido mostrar la transformación del paisaje mes tras mes durante un año.

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With this project I wanted to show the transformation of the landscape month after month for a year.

 

Sunflower photograph mosaic with Vincent pictures and sunflower photographs from my garden.

Mosaic floor from Kos, Palace of the Grand Masters, Old Town, Rhodes Town, Rhodes, Dodecanese, Greece

  

© All Rights Reserved Please don't use this image on websites, blogs or other media without my explicit permission

click image to view on flickr black or see it on my stream in flickriver: www.flickriver.com/photos/msdonnalee/

  

Randonnée de 6.4 km au sein d'un canyon de marbre brillant . Plusieurs fois, j'ai ressenti le besoin de toucher les murs doux du canyon. C'était tôt le matin donc il ne faisait pas trop chaud.

 

Le parc - Vallée de la Mort- est composé de plusieurs vallées très profondes et très arides dont la principale mesure plus de 100 Km de longueur. Une des températures les plus chaudes sur terre y a été relevée : 56.6 degrés à l'ombre. On y trouve des dunes de sable, des lacs salés, des volcans, des villes fantômes et des oasis.

 

Out and back hike within polished marble narrow filled with unique color pattern. Many times I felt the need to touch the soft walls of the canyon. It was early in the morning and just perfect weather.

Detail capture of a former Tilburg social service building from 1977-1979.

 

Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere, Rome Italy

Created mosaic of one of my favorite color pics from "CZD72"

It was fun to create and very interesting to see what a colorful outcome ...

All the credit though goes to ...

 

www.flickr.com/people/czd72/

 

Mosaic Canyon is a beautiful example of one of Death Valley’s many canyons located 2 mile west of Stovepipe Wells Village. An easy 1/4 mile walk leads into the canyon narrows, where the surrounding rock walls are composed of smooth, water-polished marble.

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