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Created for the Kreative People Treat This Challenge #35: www.flickr.com/groups/1752359@N21/discuss/72157644753677131/
Source Image by me: www.flickr.com/photos/61357175@N08/14045525649/
Mosaic Texture by HollyKl: www.flickr.com/photos/hollykl/13484807703/in/set-72157632...
All other images and textures used are my own.
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"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all."
photo © ervin vice
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting, and autumn a mosaic of them all." -Stanley Horowitz
these are the pictures that you favourited the most, from the ones that i took and uploaded in 2012.
thank you all so much for your support and friendship! :)
3. fresh green
4. the curtain
10. the monday face
11. tear of joy
12. autumnal sun
13. peak performer
(created with mosaic maker)
This is a small piece of the astounding mosaics (over 7500 square metres) found in the interior of the
Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.
St. Petersburg - Russia.
© 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/
Mosaic comes from Latin and means "of the muses"
Muses are the spirits who inspire arts and literature.
Musing is a verb which means to gaze or consider something in slient thought.
Are you following my chain of thinking? This mosaic goddess is on the "angel apothecary" in Vienna
some mood music for my mosaic musing?Here
This mosaic has been created and uploaded to Flickr because it has been entered at the Platinum Photography Group competition
with a bit of luck they will pick me as a featured photographer!
A mosaic of colour mosaics.
1. Checkr board II, 2. Yellow squircles, 3. Checkr board, 4. Orange and its neighbours, 5. Green squircles, 6. Black., 7. Squircle rainbow I, 8. Halloweeny colours II, 9. Squircle rainbow II, 10. Red squircles, 11. Brown II, 12. Yellow green, 13. Blue 3, 14. Orange II, 15. Purple squircles (squirples?), 16. Yellow, 17. Blue 4, 18. Light brown, 19. Orange squircles, 20. Brown circles, 21. 4x4, 22. Halloweeny colours, 23. Flickr Fan Art Squircles, 24. Red, white, and blue, 25. Red 2, 26. Red, white and blue, 27. Dark green, 28. Green and yellow, 29. Flickr infinity, 30. Blue 2, 31. 5x5, 32. Blue squircles, 33. Black squircles, 34. Pinknpurple, 35. Blue 4, 36. Red Black White
Created with fd's Flickr Toys.
No self-promoting please. Comments with links to your own photos/photostreams/Flickrivers etc. will be deleted.
tesselated mosaic with the head of Dionysos in the centre, fruit and ivy in his hair.
Here is a mosaic of all the cool things I've made since I've been here. These are my favorites of the stuff i have made so far. Tell which ones you like. Put a note on which picture you remember me for, or if it isn't pictured leave a comment. Do whatever. I just thought it was cool.
This colourful alleyway caught my eye on our trip toBoulogne.
We have been scarce this week, apologies dear friends but it has been a crazy week in more ways than one..........
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
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
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san francisco, california
365 days in colour April 2015
1. Easter, 2. Polyanthus, 3. Kayak, 4. Happy Easter, 5. Yellow, 6. Crocus, 7. Mini daffodil, 8. Headless selfie, 9. Last of the Easter things, 10. Pink purses, 11. In my garden, 12. A happy Eater, 13. pink and blue, 14. A sea of yellow, 15. Birdhouses, 16. Forsythia, 17. Zumba, 18. Stripes, 19. Blossom, 20. Beach huts, 21. Pineapple, 22. This little pig, 23. The Candy Bar, 24. Yellow dog, 25. Birdie, 26. Crinkled, 27. Hyacinth, 28. Mini tulips, 29. Rubber duck, 30. Hedgehog
Finished. 12x12 plywood with stained glass. Went with the black. After playing with colored pencils, the lighter colored grout wouldn't have looked as good.
It's been too long since I've done some Follow Friday mosaics. Check these fine people out and fave them up.
1. Day 8- Don't know how long I've been awake, 2. old timer , 3. The Age of Instability, 4. I am nobody................ you can be too, 5. the 2nd floor, 6. HBCCT Shoe Shine Man, 7. Bruna, 8. Take These Broken Wings & Learn To Fly, 9. on the edge, 10. Eyes Wide Shut 321/365, 11. I'm hungry., 12. 321-365 (Press L for Large/Presiona L para Ampliar), 13. I hate wood paneling...
The floating leaves of an underwater Mosaic Plant in an Water Garden.
The Rockledge Gardens, Rockledge, Florida, USA.
Mosaic from Roman Emperor Era.
[I can't understand the subject and the descrition by Museum is in arabian...]
The Goddess in the imago clipeata is clearly Minerva (Pallas Athena) and the man with the snakes for legs seems to be one of the Gigantes Thanks to Tmitsu Timitsu for explanation!