Massimo Bartolini’s impressive green outdoor library titled Bookyard was constructed by the artist in the idyllic vineyard of St. Peter’s Abbey in the Belgian town of Ghent. It is part of the Track art festival, and visitors are invited to take a book along in exchange for a small donation.
Brought into being by Flickr member steph parke, every other week this group of avid photographers comes together for the Words to Shoot By project to take three photos of their interpretations of a single word.
Having been around for a few years now, the collaboration is currently overlooked by daveotuttle who tells us that new participants are welcome; an open call for submissions from interested photographers is done two to three times a year. So follow the blog and stay tuned for the next public challenge.
The third Photo Hack Day is upon us! Come hang with Flickr and our lil’ API at DropboxHQ this weekend (July 14 and 15) in sometimes-sunny San Francisco, and hack up a photo project with your fellow geeky brethren! Need a shot of inspiration? Check out hacks from the first two events:
Number 12 in our ongoing series of letters and the animals that go with them! In this case we’re including both Texas Longhorn and Highland Longhorn cattle. Known for their diverse coloring, the Texas Longhorn is a breed of cattle known for its characteristic horns, which can extend to 7 feet (2.1 m) tip to tip for steers and exceptional cows, and 36 to 80 inches (0.91 to 2.0 m) tip to tip for bulls. Their horns often have a slight upward turn at their tips or even a twist. Highland cattle are a Scottish breed of cattle with long horns and long wavy coats which are colored black, brindled, red, or yellow. You can read more about the various varieties of longhorn cattle over at wikipedia.
"I created the liquid Vase in the autumn of 2011. I worked on creating the floral forms and leaves through the winter and put it all together Spring 2012. All of my images, unless otherwise noted are single capture events."
Having been constructed at vertiginous heights on the sides of mountains, the famous Xuánkong Sì, Paro Taktsang, and the monasteries of Meteora and Sümela were only accessible by secluded, secret paths. Their hardly accessible locations ensured peace and quiet to those who sought uninterrupted spiritual awakening.
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