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Beer hall in 1861, vaudeville venue in the roaring 1920’s, popular disco nightclub in the 1970’s, and headquarters for the Association of Danish Law Firms in the 2000s. Valencia's walls have seen it all. Photo by Torben Eskerod.
We just received the latest GA Houses 164 which features our Glebe House photographed by Yoshio Futagawa. Great to see our Australian colleagues who were also featured: @caseybrownarchitecture @welshandmajor @phorm_architecture @silvia_micheli41 📷@yoshio_futagawa #gahouses#glebehouse#chenchowlittle#australianarchitecture
From shooting epic Windmills in the fog at Zaanse Schans, to navigating the unique chaos of King’s Day, Holland’s country wide mega-party, episode 9 of Moments in Time is packed full of solid entertainment and photographic awesomeness. As a bonus, Albert Dros even shares the big secret of why The Netherlands has so many windmills. Follow the link on my profile to view the entire episode. Powered by @smugmug + @flickr Captured entirely with @fujifilmx_us
These mountains formed over hundreds of millions of years as two tectonic plates collided and pushed the earth upward. Glaciers then continued to shape the rugged peaks and deep valleys. This process has created some of the most iconic landscapes in North America, like Jasper National Park, pictured here. I also recently learned that Northern Canada is one of the few places on earth where something else extremely rare has formed. In the earth's mantle, deep beneath the surface, over billions of years and under an immense amount of pressure, the hardest natural material known to man is created—diamonds! ...