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  • Slowly walking and watching

    by Rosariomanzo | 13th of July, 2012

    Hi all, first blog post for me here. As an architect, I tend to walk slow in new places I visit, trying to capture how life flows in that place and looking at all those small details that a nice genuine environment has to offer. My wife is an architect, too, so I'm lucky... More
  • The beauty of Yorkshire - York, Knaresborough and more...

    by Androniques | 17th of June, 2012

    Hi Dreamers! :) Today I just want to share with you some of the North parts of England, which is the true old England as some would say, because it is the surroundings of York - the ancient capital of Britannia Inferior, as proclaimed by the Emperor Severus. Did you... More
  • When you have to run to make your photos

    by Jdanne | 6th of May, 2012

    Weather in April can be very changeable in Germany. From warm sunshine to heavy rain showers and sometimes even snowing - nearly everything is possible during this month. And the weather can change in a few minutes. I made this experience during our weekend trip to Frankfurt.... More
  • New architecture in Amsterdam: Eye Film Institute

    by Cbomers | 27th of April, 2012

    Remarkable new design: Eye film institute at the IJ, Amsterdam On 5th April 2012, the new Dutch film museum opened its doors for visitors. EYE’s new location is in Overhoeks, Amsterdam’s new urban district named after the prominent Overhoeks... More
  • Modern architecture concept in blue...

    by Igordabari | 26th of April, 2012

    Two weeks ago I enjoyed shooting skyscrapers in the Eastern part of Moscow. Majority of images have been just accepted by DT. They represent the concept of modern architecture and they are colored in light blue. Here they are: ==========================================... More
  • Michelangelo's David in front of Palazzo Vecchio

    by Giannit | 14th of February, 2012

    Piazza della Signoria has been the political center of Florence, Italy for centuries. Today, it is a lively spot with many restaurants, bars and ice cream shops - a must-see on your Italy vacation. In front of Palazzo Vecchio (The Old Palace) one finds a copy of the famous... More
  • My New Collections

    by Radub85 | 12th of January, 2012

    Hello, I would like to introduce my new collections, hope you like them. Architecture Famous Brands Nature Toys More
  • La Grande Arche, La Défense

    by Giannit | 19th of December, 2011

    The sprawling satellite suburb of La Défense was built as a dedicated business district over 3 decades from the late '50s, just outside Paris, across the river from the 16th arrondissement. La Grande Arche, a massive steel-and-masonry arch rising 35 stories, was designed... More
  • How to add pics to collections?

    by Sindorei | 14th of December, 2011

    Hello, I have a number of architectural shots in my portfolio, however, they lack views. Therefore the obvious thought was to have them included in various themed collections for better exposure. Yet I still have to discover how exactly I can add them to a certain collection?... More
  • Updated collection: Amsterdam, historic and modern architecture

    by Cbomers | 8th of December, 2011

    I have updated my collection on architecture of Amsterdam. For buyers looking for images of Amsterdam, both historic and modern architecture, please have a look at my collection Amsterdam, historic and modern architecture If other DT photographers... More
  • Carrara

    by Giannit | 26th of November, 2011

    Carrara is a city and comune in the province of Massa-Carrara (Tuscany, Italy), notable for the white or blue-grey marble quarried there. It is on the Carrione River, some 100 kilometres (62 mi) west-northwest of Florence. Its motto is Fortitudo mea in rota (Latin for... More
  • Remembering an old proposal

    by Charlydamart | 23rd of November, 2011

    On December 2008 I made a proposal to promote our best image in 3 categories. As probably there are a lot of new contributors, I would like to remember it. See original here With this proposal I just try to promote our own work, and I would like to recieve your... More
  • The Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí)

    by Giannit | 9th of November, 2011

    The Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) is one of two main squares in Prague (Wenceslas Square is the other, just 5 minutes walk away). With its ancient buildings and magnificent churches, this is one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe. Dating... More
  • Wallestein Palace in Prague

    by Giannit | 28th of September, 2011

    General Albrecht Wallenstein began building the enormous baroque Wallenstein Palace in 1623. His goal was to create a space that rivaled the castle in grandeur, and to this end he annexed 26 houses, six gardens and other properties, without the blessing of those whose properties... More
  • Collections Contribution Request

    by Martinisaac | 19th of September, 2011

    Firstly thanks to Elianehaykal for the idea for this posting. I'm inviting you to send your suggestions to one of my collections. I'll include only the suggestions that fit the descriptions, so please make sure you send appropriate contributions. Even if you don't have... More
  • Amsterdam: city of architecture and design

    by Cbomers | 31st of July, 2011

    Venice of the North Amsterdam is one of Europe's foremost architecture and design city, famous for its 17th century rings of canals as well as modern architecture. This new collection Amsterdam architecture shows you various examples of architecture in Amsterdam.... More
  • Updated collection: Moorish architecture

    by Cbomers | 31st of July, 2011

    I have updated my collection Moorish architecture Please enjoy the beauty of Moorish architecture. If you have any images to add to this collection, please send me the IDs. Many thanks Caroline More
  • Carrara Marble Week

    by Giannit | 21st of July, 2011

    Carrara Marble Week arises from our will to organize, for the first time ever in the old town Centre, 5 open days devoted to exhibitions, events and meetings aiming at sharing with as many people as possible, what made Carrara and its territory famous world wide. Its history,... More
  • Typical Chinese architectures

    by Fairyseasky | 19th of June, 2011

    Here are typical Chinese architectures, such as watchtower, red wall, the temple of heaven. courtyard enjoy them! See Article
  • New collection; Architectural marvels of Madrid

    by Cbomers | 31st of May, 2011

    With its blue skies and grandeur, Madrid seems indeed to be the next best thing to heaven, as an old Spanish saying tells us De Madrid, Al Cielo. The city breathes with rich history and a mix of architectural styles such as mudejar, baroque, renaissance, neoclassical,... More

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