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Tallinn 6. I love this photo for colour and the subtle shift in hue from top to bottom. Can’t go wrong with anything orange really 🧡-After further explorations I noticed the subject of this shot is something quite common throughout Europe. Normally seen around apartment blocks and grocers. What do you think it is? Let me know in the comments below 👇
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Tallinn 6. I love this photo for colour and the subtle shift in hue from top to bottom. Can’t go wrong with anything orange really 🧡 - After further explorations I noticed the subject of this shot is something quite common throughout Europe. Normally seen around apartment blocks and grocers. What do you think it is? Let me know in the comments below 👇

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Day 88——————————————How was your Christmas? 🌾🎄 ——————————————Let me begin by wishing all who celebrate a very merry, very belated Christmas! Apologies for the similarly late post, I was busy drinking eggnog to forget—I mean, spending time with family and enjoying a holiday of cheer. This wheat, however, might be the most poignant present of all. Covered under a light blanket of snow, this frigid field is perfectly apt to enjoy at during the gift-giving season. This wheat appears under an icy blue sky, heavily weighed upon by a dusting of powder—its outline and trademark shape barely visible amongst the flurry that has settled upon it. Equally snowy is the tree to its right, dark in color, bold against the vivid white of this winter wonderland. Its branches are curvaceous and intricate, conjuring up images of reindeer horns (shameless shoutout to my prior post) or the fractal shapes appearing on every delicate snowflake falling gracefully from the skies above. Most crucial to this scene, however, is the dense hay bale sitting proud in the center of this image. Harvested grain is tightly bound into this spiral of surprise, creating a bundle of dense wheat lying rotund and magnificent in the center of this scene. Like an oversized present simply waiting to be torn into and unwrapped, this wheat harbors mystery and fortune untold within the bounds of its cylindrical figure. I would advise against picking up this bushel and shaking it to figure out what could be inside—if that would even be possible—for it’s quite wonderfully weighty. I rate this wintry wheat a 9.6/10.
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Day 88 —————————————— How was your Christmas? 🌾🎄 —————————————— Let me begin by wishing all who celebrate a very merry, very belated Christmas! Apologies for the similarly late post, I was busy drinking eggnog to forget—I mean, spending time with family and enjoying a holiday of cheer. This wheat, however, might be the most poignant present of all. Covered under a light blanket of snow, this frigid field is perfectly apt to enjoy at during the gift-giving season. This wheat appears under an icy blue sky, heavily weighed upon by a dusting of powder—its outline and trademark shape barely visible amongst the flurry that has settled upon it. Equally snowy is the tree to its right, dark in color, bold against the vivid white of this winter wonderland. Its branches are curvaceous and intricate, conjuring up images of reindeer horns (shameless shoutout to my prior post) or the fractal shapes appearing on every delicate snowflake falling gracefully from the skies above. Most crucial to this scene, however, is the dense hay bale sitting proud in the center of this image. Harvested grain is tightly bound into this spiral of surprise, creating a bundle of dense wheat lying rotund and magnificent in the center of this scene. Like an oversized present simply waiting to be torn into and unwrapped, this wheat harbors mystery and fortune untold within the bounds of its cylindrical figure. I would advise against picking up this bushel and shaking it to figure out what could be inside—if that would even be possible—for it’s quite wonderfully weighty. I rate this wintry wheat a 9.6/10.

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I call this one... My favourite view part 2
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Veld 7.2 by Houben & Van Mierlo architecten#kvd_works
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• “ROYALTY” Interior of the Sheik Zayed Grand Mosque | Abu Dhabi, UAE | Architect: Yousef Abdelky | 2007 #visitabudhabi #geometry #architecture #nlsteven_SymmetryInside #wanderlust

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This semester at school I have been working on a series which I called "Bestandsaufnahme", which means "inventory" in German. My idea with this series is doing sort of an "inventory" of the #Berlin I'm living now and the main motivation was realizing all of the changes which the city has gone through since I arrived here 14 years ago. Since I started photographing and therefore become a better observer, I have become more fascinated by the fugacity of Berlin's cityscape. Even though the style of the photographs I've been taking for this "inventory" consists of wider perspectives (not what you usually see on my instagram feed), this building is an important part of it because I think it's where the thought about doing this started. This is the fake and temporary (in Berlin "temporary" usually takes much much longer than expected) facade of the Berliner Bauakademie (Building Academy), a building designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, edified between 1832 and 1836 and partly destroyed during the bombardments of WWII. The ruins were removed in 1962 by the GDR government in order to make room for the construction of the ministry of foreign affairs. Today, one of the facades is actually built but the rest of the "building" consists of a plastic print, which shows how the building once looked like,  for the funding and a huge bureaucracy machinery to decide upon its reconstruction. Let me know on the comments if you made it all the way down through the long caption (out of curiosity) | Shot with a @canon provided by @canondeutschland
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Close-up of Portugal's rocky Atlantic coast. Crisscrossing quartz veins indicate several deformation stages of different age (width of view around 120 cm).
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Close-up of Portugal's rocky Atlantic coast. Crisscrossing quartz veins indicate several deformation stages of different age (width of view around 120 cm).

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Dropping Friday w/ @johnny_nashhh ♨️♨️♨️

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