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  • modernism architecture

    by Dengqingke | 17th of May, 2011

    the modernism architecture in guangzhou china, "less is more"!!! like blade!!! very tall and big,very cool,very power,very ........ See Article
  • Updated collection; Architectural Wonders of Iran

    by Cbomers | 15th of May, 2011

    I have updated my collection on Architectural Wonders of Iran. Please enjoy this visual journey into the Architectural Wonders of Iran If you have any images for this collection, please send me the IDs. Many thanks! Caroline More
  • My collections at Dreamstime.com

    by Subhra2jyoti | 23rd of April, 2011

    Dear friends and my esteemed customers, I have created my collections at the following URLs which I am constantly updating. I request for your feedback on my collections and really hope it meets your requirements :- Collections 1) Indian... More
  • Images needed for new collection: Moorish architecture

    by Cbomers | 12th of April, 2011

    Please enjoy this new collection on Moorish architecture and feel free to send me your contribution to this collection. This collection include images of Moorish architecture in Spain, Portugal and North Africa. Some of the typical elements of Moorish architecture can... More
  • New collection: building reflections

    by Cbomers | 9th of March, 2011

    Using reflections in photography can lead to interesting images with amazing effects. This collection on Building Reflections includes images from myself as well as my favorite images of other DT photographers. In this collection you can see different reflections... More
  • I found a new job :)

    by Thanatonautii | 2nd of March, 2011

    Finally I found a new job! :)) For the moment I still work at the same small company that I was working in the past 3 years. I work as a draughtsman, that means that I make the drawings in AutoCAD of the projects that an architect want and then I make the renderings of different... More
  • Climbing to the top

    by Cbomers | 27th of February, 2011

    During my stay in Madrid, one of the most spectacular buildings I have seen, has been definitely the Reina Sofia, museum of contemporary art. If you are interested in contemporary urban architecture, you really must visit this beautiful museum in Madrid.... More
  • Architecture from earlier centuries

    by Gussmann | 27th of February, 2011

    It is absolutely remarkable, which put strain on previous generations have to create Exceptionally buildings. Here is an example of an Italian rock church of the 16th Century. This church is built into a steep cliff. Such buildings we admire even in modern times. The... More
  • New collection: Architectural wonders of Iran

    by Cbomers | 17th of February, 2011

    ‘If you have travelled to Esfahan, you have seen Half of the World’. It is easy to agree with this famous 16th century proverb seeing the beauty and grandeur of the city Esfahan, one of the places I have visited during a trip to Iran. Its glory, architectural masterpieces... More
  • Hazy Santiago Calatrava

    by Kimson1972 | 31st of January, 2011

    ...the haze gives always exciting choice of motive.....one of Calatrava´s most interesting works, perhaps more art and a building, is not an exception...! See Article
  • Houses falling over

    by Demonike | 14th of November, 2010

    The title of this blog could collectively describe the majority of architectural photographic experiments that we receive every day. And the problem can be clearly understood by any of us, who has ever tried to get a building into the frame. The bigger the building - the... More
  • Getting it straight, square and true ... some thoughts

    by Bevanward | 3rd of November, 2010

    I enjoy taking architecture shots while I travel and around my home town. I prefer shooting more recognisable/iconic buildings than generic however enjoy whatever is available and interesting at the time. One aspect I have struggled with, however am improving, is getting... More
  • New collection

    by smartview27 | 7th of October, 2010

    Today I created a new collection, Historical buildings and gardens. Wrest Park, from Silsoe, Bedfordshire UK was designed by Thomas, Earl de Grey, an enthusiast for 18th century French architecture. The 40 hectares Formal and Great Gardens are to the... More
  • Houses Of Prayer Around The World

    by Shopartgallerycom | 6th of October, 2010

    I always was fascinated by the church architecture (mosques, synagogues and other house of prayers), from the most simple to the biggest and famous. I have hundreds of pictures (I'm wondering when I'll have time to upload everything), here in Dreamstime only two, but is just... More
  • Brazil Independence day in Brasilia ... travel photography

    by Bevanward | 8th of September, 2010

    I took the opportunity while in Brasilia on business to photograph some of the goings-on of the Independence Day celebrations. Here are the few keepers that made it and others that I have taken. NOTE: If you have current event Editorial photographs to get onto the site... More
  • Wow...P-EL sale!! Exciting day!!

    by Youths | 1st of September, 2010

    What a exciting day!! 1. My first P-EL sale! (50 credits) 2. My third assignment file has been approved! (Chinese Ancient Architecture) See Article
  • Romania - A complete set of collections

    by Igabriela | 6th of August, 2010

    Looking far back into the country's history, the lands of today's Romania have been for centuries the melting pot of the Balkans, Latin, Magyars and Slavs. The people form a colorful mixture of different races, nations and traditions. This has left its traces onto the... More
  • Buildings

    by Sepavo | 6th of May, 2010

    The architectural subjects New York City has to offer span the ages in urban design. Modern structures mingle with historic ones creating a vast cityscape of new and old. Each place tells a story, and no building's fate is ever certain. New buildings replace old, and... More
  • Nan Lian Garden - buddhists must go

    by Keung1616 | 28th of April, 2010

    Nan Lian Garden is situated at Diamond Hill of Kowloon, taking in the full view of southeast Kowloon. The Garden and the Chi Lin Nunnery to its north together back into the sprawling northern mountain range. Hammer Hill Road borders the Garden on the east, Lung Cheung Road... More
  • My first upload with classical Chinese architecture

    by Weir2010 | 6th of January, 2010

    I was the first contact DT and didn't know that there is so convenient sales image website.After registration try uploading two pictures of classical Chinese architecture in January 1,2010, it was passed after a few days, I am full of confidence, and I will always persist.... More

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