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  • Great Wall - the spirite of chinese

    by Nomad1314 | 24th of April, 2008

    Jiankou Great Wall. which is well-known for its five characters of “steepness, compactness, queerness, wonderfulness, and comprehensiveness”, is located inGubeikou Town to the north-east of Miyun, Beijing. Jiankou Great wall is exquisite in its details and is grand... More
  • My first photo

    by Sunmdm | 1st of April, 2008

    "Chinese Forbidden City" This is my first photo upload to DREAMSTIME.It is a night scene of Tian'anmen in beijing china. Tian'anmen (the Gate of Heavenly Peace), is located in the center of Beijing, which was first built in 1417 and named Chengtianmen (the Gate of Heavenly... More
  • They sold on the first day.

    by Studioceja | 31st of March, 2008

    I am very excited. I just realized that the first day after these illustrations were approved, they sold. Its interesting how things work in this micro stock market. I just wish I could see how and where they are used. After 86 sales thus far I have only been able... More
  • 3D old castles

    by Indos82 | 14th of March, 2008

    Hello everyone! This is my first article in English. At once I am sorry for my English language, I have started to learn it recently. I would like to tell you about my work. I create different three-dimensional models. I have many works on a various theme. At the moment... More
  • Underwater architecture

    by Papuga2006 | 29th of February, 2008

    Next to beautiful colorful underwater nature we can find some things, objects, garbage that are not natural to this environment like wrecks, airplanes, bicycles and even locomotive wheels. Are they only garbage from our culture or the specific architecture of the deep oceans.... More
  • Hong Cun

    by Xuujie | 26th of February, 2008

    Hongcun is a small village located in southern part of Anhui province in China, it's famous for its southern Anhui historical architecture. Do you find this place familiar? You will remember this place if you have watched the movie (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon).... More
  • The bridges of Chinese gardens

    by Seesea | 9th of January, 2008

    The bridges are the important part of Chinese gardens. That’s because the water,for example, streams, lakes, ponds, are the important part of Chinese gardens, too : ) Some of the bridges in these gardens are of stone, and some of them are of wood,including straight, winding... More
  • the great stadium!

    by 23marco45 | 24th of November, 2007

    The San Siro stadium is one of the bigger in the world with other than 80.000 places to seat. It have a particular architecture for bring all the peoples and for give the possibility to see very well the football matches! In the external part of the stadium there... More
  • Photo's I bought: This one from Lukasztymszan

    by Davidwattsjr | 23rd of August, 2007

    This is a continuation of my effort to offer a mini-critique on various photos I like. In fact, I like them so much I bought them with the credits I've earned from blogging here. This one from photographer Lukasztymszan and is titled "Cathedral." Here's what I like,... More
  • Guadalajara Mexico

    by Shootalot | 17th of August, 2007

    After returning from our vacation to Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara Mexico I have come to the conclusion that people in Mexico like bright colors like purple, green, pink etc. Every building has a combination of these colors. The whole building can make a good subject... More
  • Photographing Architecture - Part II

    by Shadow69 | 17th of August, 2007

    First off, it's been a bit of a break since I wrote the first part of this. But it has been pretty hectic for me lately, so please accept my apologies. In this part I would like to mention a few ways I think could make photographs of architecture a little different and... More
  • Photographing Architecture - Part I

    by Shadow69 | 9th of August, 2007

    Architecture... it's all around us... we work in skyscrapers, live in houses or high rises... we walk by all types of buildings, we even take vacations to go off to far flung lands... to look at architecture. It isn't just a practical necessity, it has become a window... More

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