These two adorable Shetland ponies dressed up in cardigans sweaters named Fivla and Vitamin.
To celebrate land and reputation, Scotland’s national tourist board at VisitScotland are actively planning for Year of Natural Scotland 2013. So they dressed up Fivla and Vitamin, and Photographer Rob McDougall capture them in various beautiful landscapes throughout Scotland. If you like them, see more photos at the VisitScotland blog.
These beautiful photos are shot by photographer Matt Anderson.
As Matt said:
“Photography, for me, is a mixed bag of juxtaposing ideals and intent. My photographic imagery is a study and exploration, more so an experience into creative pursuits that provide unending joy, passion, and healing. Traveling, meeting & listening to people, experiencing new locations and cultures. Enlightenment through adventure, and discernment by re-evaluating possible jejune prejudice of how I thought the ?world? ?is? or exists. Experience happens to be the best mentor for me. What do I attempt to communicate with my photography ? I?d be lying if I said it wasn?t partially motivated by impressionable validation. Additionally, while the capture stage is ?experiencing & humble learning? based, post processing (development) is incessantly deliberate in intention and temper. Again, the final creation will never have a tangible and regimented recipe; a juxtaposed outcome based on memory, mood, emotion, intention, and predilection.
I relish in whatever disposition my journey & spirit brings”
photos © Matt Anderson
These Mosaic Trail in New York City’s East Village, they are created by Jim Power ( “Mosaic Man” ) in over z25 years. Jim want to use this way to document the neighborhood’s history. If you wanna get more information about Jim and his art works, you can read Etsy‘s blog, there is a short, fascinating documentary about Jim’s work and life - Jim Power and the Mosaic Trail.
You also buy some of his works on Etsy shop - MosaicManNYC.
Ron Fricke is an American film director and cinematographer, in these 5 years, he has been 25 countries, and shot 100 filming locations. Samsara is his website which collect his footsteps, as Ron said, Samsara is a Sanskrit word that means “the ever turning wheel of life”. Now, let’s Following his step, and enjoy this real and wonderful trailer as full-screen.
Original photo by Thomas Shahan
We are not alone in this world, look around, kinds of color in our planet and just beside us. Enjoy your colorful mood when you read these beautiful photography and place below:-)
IndonesiaPhoto by Tanti Ruwani
Photo by Nattu
Santa Ynez, CaliforniaPhoto by Anita Ritenour
Photo by Jenny Downing
Photo by David Evans
Photo by Dhilung Kirat
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Forest Path, Japan
photo via adore
Albergo Sextantio Le Grotte Della Civita Hotel resides in Sassi di Matera, an old town on the southern part of Italy. The hotel have 18 rooms available all year, and depending on what time of year you are looking to get away, expect to spend anywhere from €100 to €700 per night.