Posts from the ‘pictures of art’ Category
Once more I walked down to the village from the high pastures
They adorned my head with flowers and pine trees for the parade
Thrill is in the air, everybody is positioned, the show can start!
Folklore music first.
I am so eagerly waiting for the response …
Who will be the lucky one chosen as Queen of the Cows 2017 ?
Manifold are thy shapings, Providence!
Many a hopeless matter gods arrange.
What we expected never came to pass,
what we did not expect the gods brought to bear. So have things gone, this whole experience through!
To Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Medea and its peculiar filming locations in Pisa.
The Scientifica exhibition took place in the main building of the University of Zurich on 4-5th of September, 2015
In its wide frame of scientific experiments organized for the general public,
Scientifica presented artworks related to light and science.
..like the art exhibition “Light under contemporary research” (click the picture to read the exhibitors)
that comprehended ten fin art, Lambda printed, A0 format, back-lit pictures of 5 artists.
Among them, the “Infrared Tropics” from Artborghi! Click here for the official exhibition page om this Artborghi piece.
Every three years the city of Bad Ragaz (Switzerland) turns into an open air exhibition. Walk through the city and wonder at every corner! What a gorgeous opportunity for shooting outdoor art in urban environments. Click here to have a list of the events, artworks and artists.
Strolling woodies in the city center
Going to work… at work
Modern Atlases from Robert Indermauer
Some more modern Atlases from Robert Indermauer
Women in black from Ivo Soldini
Christina Wendt female figures; fashion women
Xavier Mascaro iron maidens
Sonja Knapp metal waves and benches you will never feel alone 🙂
All pictures shot with D800 + 16-35 or 50 mm. Pardon for name of artists and artworks I could not find online.
Two young leaves (with hairs) popping out of the shoot apex of a young seedling. Expanded embryonic-leaves (cotyledons) merge on the central stem. Picture size: 740 x 740 micrometers.
Plastidial glory: all the small dots you see in the boxes are chloroplasts in cells.
Pictures shot with Leica SP5 confocal microscope