Human Clock, another Performance Art Project from Romain Laurent. The whole clock is completed by 7 person.
What’s this? This may look like some strange, newly-discovered form of sea life, but it is actually just a blob of paint dropped into water. Artist Mark Mawson came up with the technique for a series of photographs he calls Aqueous.
And the following “white vertical drop” is my favorite one in the series. It is such a simple and beautiful form.
The second annual International Garden Photographer of the Year competition closed on January 31st 2009. I found some really awesome photos from the entries and post them in this blog. And if you are interested and also a photography-lover, here is the detail of the competition.
Lochan na h’Achlaise by Torchlight
Image Credit: Peter Bridgwood
Some of you might see this picture before. It is really beautiful and breathtaking. However, do you know where this photo was taken? After a bit research, finally, I find that it is GuiLin of China.
GuiLin is situated in the northwest of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, with the Nanling Mountains running along its northeast border. It has a humid mid-subtropical monsoon climate. The pleasant climate and the beautiful sceneries makes Guilin a charming place. It is said that “East or west, Guilin landscape is best!” and that “While snow is rare for years, flowers bloom in four seasons.”
As a scenic town and one of the best-known tourist destinations in China. There are many scenic places, including Longsheng with its famous Longsheng Rice Terraces (the exact place where the above picture was taken); The Li jiang river, Elephant Trunk Hill and Guilin Fubo Hill; Guilin Reed Flute Cave and much more.