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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Public Transportation


Cusco, Peru
A tranvĂ­a is a vehicle designed to look like the old mule-pulled streetcars that once traversed Cusco

Friday, January 20, 2017

Traces of the Past

in response to Paula's Traces of the Past

Festinska spilja
 Croatia

Water under the Bridge

in response to The Weekend in B&W

Sydney

Play me, I am Yours

in response to Daily Post - GRACEFUL
Gracefulness is a tricky quality — it manifests itself as an effortless, subtle harmony between a subject and its environment.

Freemantle market
 Australia
Play Me I’m Yours’ is an artwork by artist Luke Jerram.  From 6-19 October 2012, ten street pianos were distributed across the streets of the Perth CBD and metropolitan areas as part of the 2012 AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things. Located in public parks, streets and squares, the pianos were available for any member of the public to play and enjoy. The pianos were decorated by young people from all over Western Australia in collaboration with Western Australian contemporary artists.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Hand in hand



Today I am sculpting my life

in response to Narami's Tuesdays of TEXTURE

Vrsar, Croatia

The international sculpting school  takes place every summer at the abandoned Montraker quarry near Vrsar. High-quality grey stone (Aurac) has been obtained here ever since Romanesque times. The quarries around Vrsar and Rovinj were exploited to the most extent during the long rule of the Venetian Republic in Istria (from the 13th to the 18th century).

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