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  • Travel in Sicily :: Agrigento - The Valley of the Temples

    by Emicristea | 5th of November, 2009

    Agrigento A special place in Sicily. 2500 years ago was the greatest city in the ancient Mediterranean world, and is still in excellent condition today. The collection of Doric temples is one of the most extraordinary monuments of greek art and culture. The greek name of... More
  • Introducing myself

    by Eyecatchlight | 29th of October, 2009

    Hello, I saw everyone is writing something here, so I'd like to introduce myself as well. I am Austrian, living in Canada, and I started on Dreamstime a few weeks ago, and I am an advanced amateur photographer wishing to improve my skills and take my skills to a higher... More
  • Beautiful Prague

    by Kaththea | 27th of July, 2009

    These days it’s a month since I went to Prague to Depeche Mode concert. Apart from the concert which is beyond any descriptions (these guys are incredible and unrivaled!) and which I’m still recovering from:), I was impressed by Prague. This was my first time in this... More
  • Symmetry principle

    by Tanyae | 13th of July, 2009

    In addition to the rule of thirds and the golden section principle Symmetry is a really good way to take a photograph, especially if you shoot architecture. It creates a sense of clarity and serenity, but solidity at the same time. Just have a look at these photos, do... More
  • Tsaritsyno

    by Wadich | 22nd of May, 2009

    I want to present you the photo of park of Tsaritsyno - there very pleased me ! See Article
  • The Park of Edith Wolfson, Tel-Aviv,Israel

    by Modi1980 | 19th of May, 2009

    One of the most exciting locations architecture wise, is the Edith Wolfson park in Tel-Aviv. Israel. The park is located at the boarded of the cities of Givataim, Ramat-Gan and Tel-Aviv. The park has a unique architecture structures of white bricks constructions.... More
  • Dead end

    by Mildegard | 18th of May, 2009

    You know, we have lots of weird architecture in our city. I think I should start collecting them already. That's the first one. Stairs leading to nowhere. I wonder why would some arcitect plan such a thing? There are no sings of a passage ever was in this wall. No window... More
  • Canyangshan, a fantastic temple over a steep canyon in Hebei

    by Nniud | 13th of May, 2009

    In Hebei province, close to the city of Shijiazhuang, there's a picturesque Buddhist temple, almost carved in the mountains, balanced over narrow bridges overlooking steep stonewalls of ancient canyons. The scenery is just great: silent mountains, forgotten wooden temples,... More
  • Tuscany, an undiscovered medieval city

    by Nniud | 20th of April, 2009

    My hometown is a small city close to Florence, overshadowed by the capital of Renaissance but full nevertheless of little, outstanding architectures, sculptures and works of art that date back to the Middle Age. Here is the town's history from Wikipedia: More
  • Architectural photography

    by Mariv | 19th of March, 2009

    I like to shoot buildings and architecture. Maybe the main reason why I like to take photos of buildings is that I am a civil engineer. I'm on constant prey. I like old buildings and facilities, I like construction sites, I like new buildings and facilities, ... I... More
  • singapore, the pearl of orient.

    by Oliviermeerson | 16th of March, 2009

    Singapore is a beautiful modern city. It is a town and a country at the same time. Was called the pearl of orient, which is a deserved name. It is a nice melting pot of culture, colors, religion, and architecture. Restaurants are good and inexpensive, shopping is very... More
  • More pictures for my collections

    by Charlydamart | 16th of February, 2009

    A long time has been passed since I received the last contribution for my collections. If you don't know or don't remember I'm speaking about our best pictures on line. Please, have a look on OUR BEST PICTURES blog and send me more picture to increase collections.... More
  • Photographic Competition

    by Fultonsphoto | 21st of January, 2009

    I recently joined the SA Photography Contest forum on facebook, within a few days of joining they sent me details of a really exciting photographic competition. The competition is to photograph a newly built architectural masterpiece in Johannesburg, South Africa. I am sure... More
  • And again about Paris

    by Ks2008q | 15th of December, 2008

    I - that photographer who does not love hackneyed architectural plots. For this reason after the arrival I have got into Paris not on Tour d'Eiffel, and on more modern Montparnasse. It is necessary to notice that the kind on a city therefrom has justified my expectations... More
  • Spanish Missions

    by Lifesazoo | 14th of December, 2008

    Ever since my first trip to the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas I have sparked an interest in Spanish Missions. While living in Texas my husband and I traveled several time to San Antonio for the Alamo and for several other places in the city. A few years back we moved to... More
  • My Second Level 2 Photo

    by Bugsy | 5th of December, 2008

    After 5 months of being a more serious DreamsTime photography I have reached my 2nd level 2 photo. To date I have been quite satisfied with DT. As I continue to slowly upload more photos my revenue seems to be increasing slowly with it. I'm also excited to start... More
  • Churches

    by Lifesazoo | 21st of October, 2008

    Lately churches have been a subject of interest for me especially older churches. I have taken several pictures of churches here in California and on my recent trip to Florida I took a few pictures of some of the older churches that I found was interesting. Here are the... More
  • Circle Heaven & Square Earth

    by Lhj | 18th of October, 2008

    All the ancient arthitectures in China were based on the mistary Feng Shui. Feng shui, a marriage of art and science, is a practice founded in China and refined by feng shui masters through 6,000 years of development. Feng shui masters carefully map the nature and flow of... More
  • The Door of Chinese Ancient Architecture

    by Lhj | 3rd of October, 2008

    For whatever kind of architecture, the doors do exist and present in many different ways and made of different materials. In Chinese ancient architecute, the doors are always one of the most important element of a building. Especially for the imperial buildings, like... More
  • traditional old architecture

    by J6789 | 8th of August, 2008

    In China,there are many traditional old wood of architectures. These architecture is the special design, the concinnity of sculpt, the magnificence of adorn and the perfect function. See Article

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