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DREAM HOME | Otway Expansive openings throughout this home capture the surrounding natural elements which are reflected in the interiors palette. . . . Photographer | @christopherfrederickjones . #australianarchitecture #brisbanearchitecture #architecture #australiandesign #design #house #housedesign #moderndesign #interiordesign #dreamhomes #timstewartarchitects

4 days ago
CAPTION THIS TIME!! Someone please tell me what is going on here 😂 READY-SET-GOOOOOOO! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀#SAYNOTOBEINGAGOODBOY #SAYNOTOPRANCING
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CAPTION THIS TIME!! Someone please tell me what is going on here 😂 READY-SET-GOOOOOOO! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #SAYNOTOBEINGAGOODBOY #SAYNOTOPRANCING

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I spent about 22 days trekking around the Khumbu Region of Nepal this past spring. It was an incredible experience, with both ups and downs. This is a view of Cholatse from the Pheriche Valley. This scene was one of my favorites along the Everest Base Camp trek. It was a beautiful morning and I was lucky to get a light dusting of snow the night before.I ended up getting altitude sickness on this same day and spent the next two days in a state of dizziness and lightheaded-ness. I was totally dehydrated and couldn't do anything but lay down. It was crazy. I ended up recovering and feeling great. I pushed on to 18,500' across the next few days and wasn't fazed.Details:Nikon D81014-24mm f/2.8RRS TFC-14 and BH-3014mm, f/11, 1/15s, ISO 64@reallyrightstuff  @breakthrough.photography @fstopgear @coalatree @progradedigital @nikonusa ......#earthoffical #wow_planet #jaw_dropping_shots #ourplanetdaily #earthfocus #awesomeearth #landscape #magicpict #fantastic_earth #globalcapture #discoverglobe #earthfever #amazing_longexpo #nakedplanet #awesome_earthpix #earthspirit #awesomedreamplaces #awesomeglobe #awesomepix #ig_bliss  #marvelshots #himalayas #longexposure_shots #nepal #everestbasecamp #tourtheplanet #depthsofearth #worldshotz #wonderful_places #NikonNoFilter
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I spent about 22 days trekking around the Khumbu Region of Nepal this past spring. It was an incredible experience, with both ups and downs. This is a view of Cholatse from the Pheriche Valley. This scene was one of my favorites along the Everest Base Camp trek. It was a beautiful morning and I was lucky to get a light dusting of snow the night before. I ended up getting altitude sickness on this same day and spent the next two days in a state of dizziness and lightheaded-ness. I was totally dehydrated and couldn't do anything but lay down. It was crazy. I ended up recovering and feeling great. I pushed on to 18,500' across the next few days and wasn't fazed. Details: Nikon D810 14-24mm f/2.8 RRS TFC-14 and BH-30 14mm, f/11, 1/15s, ISO 64 @reallyrightstuff @breakthrough.photography @fstopgear @coalatree @progradedigital @nikonusa . . . . . . #earthoffical #wow_planet #jaw_dropping_shots #ourplanetdaily #earthfocus #awesomeearth #landscape #magicpict #fantastic_earth #globalcapture #discoverglobe #earthfever #amazing_longexpo #nakedplanet #awesome_earthpix #earthspirit #awesomedreamplaces #awesomeglobe #awesomepix #ig_bliss #marvelshots #himalayas #longexposure_shots #nepal #everestbasecamp #tourtheplanet #depthsofearth #worldshotz #wonderful_places #NikonNoFilter

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Drop a ❤️ if you needed this!#moonomens
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Drop a ❤️ if you needed this! #moonomens

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**NEW WEBSITE LIVE** (link in my bio). —— 1 order of business: 99.985% of you are viewing IG on your phone. While the new site’s mobile platform is great, in order to fully appreciate @codyscapes genius, pull it up on a laptop/desktop ----- For over a year, I’ve been bugging, harassing, stalking, offering to spoon, and generally annoying Cody Wilson in an attempt to get him to build me a new site. Why Cody? Because he’s brilliant at design and computers and a creative genius. My photographs are like me: exceedingly average. But my mediocre shots looked like total snarge on my previous site. (Yes, snarge is a word. Look it up). When Cody finally broke down 6 months ago and told me he was thinking about getting into the website building business, I gave him one small task. Make my images look sharp when viewed on my website. And just like that, Sharp Sites was born. Collaborating with me is no easy task. Cody has put in literally hundreds of hours of blood, sweat, and tears building this beast from the ground up. Every detail you see if his masterpiece. From my new logo (which is brilliant when you realize I’m a pilot) to the little shutter square and name that appears when you hover over an image in a gallery, the creative little touches he dreamed up have totally floored me. My photography is kind of like me on my wedding day. Take a plain looking guy out of his sweats and put him in some nice clothes, and you can fool a lot of people into thinking he's actually sort of handsome. Well, my images are now wearing a Prince Harry-inspired Royal Blue suit. I could not be more proud and honored to have the inaugural Sharp Site. I am 100% convinced that Cody’s new venture offers the best value in website creation in the world. Will you be the next proud owner of a Sharp Site?

4 days ago
The Cathedral, Mt Buffalo National Park, Victoria. _____________________________5D Mark III with Canon 16-35mm at 16mm ISO 100 f13 for 1/6 sec (f22 for the sunstar)
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The Cathedral, Mt Buffalo National Park, Victoria. _____________________________ 5D Mark III with Canon 16-35mm at 16mm ISO 100 f13 for 1/6 sec (f22 for the sunstar)

June 2018
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3 weeks ago
To the Moon and back? ...but what if I Love you further than that? 🌚💕✨
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To the Moon and back? ...but what if I Love you further than that? 🌚💕✨

2 weeks ago
Magpie 🙃May be common but also very beautiful. Thought this one worked out pretty good in Black & White. What do you think? Btw this is one of my first photos from the photo-hide. See some videos in my stories:)
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Magpie 🙃 May be common but also very beautiful. Thought this one worked out pretty good in Black & White. What do you think? Btw this is one of my first photos from the photo-hide. See some videos in my stories:)

4 days ago
Quick swim stop on a big slippery rock. From September ☀️
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Quick swim stop on a big slippery rock. From September ☀️

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Superwall

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#finalreview presentation for the Urban Futures/Future Architectures USA 3.0 studio led by #mabelowilson. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Guest critics included Mario Gooden @mario_gooden_thisishowwework @huff_gooden_architects, Catherine Ingraham, #MarkWasiuta, #MeredithTenhoor, Justin Moore @j.g.moore, Joel Sanders @JoelSandersArchitect, and Amanda Williams @awstudioart. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The studio develops an understanding of how architecture can contribute to the discourse on redress, reparations, and civic restoration that have been reconceptualized, to many different ends, over the last decade. To transform divided neighborhoods and urban landscapes over time, new rules of engagement—Protocols of Repair—need to be formulated and tested. Because this studio unpacks how racism and social discord is spatialized, it’s vital to take measure of its historical manifestations. The studio begins with a study of how art(s) of repair operate at various scales of intervention. The remainder focuses on designing architectural interventions that manifest protocols into the world. The projects test those protocols by imagining New York City in 2120 and, through animation and video-based works, final projects narrativize and establish a cadence for how their protocols of repair incrementally change the city. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #ColumbiaGSAPP #architecture #urbanintervention #nyc

2 days ago
Pamukkale is a town in western Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded around 190 B.C. What an amazing place!
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Pamukkale is a town in western Turkey known for the mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces on a nearby hillside. It neighbors Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city founded around 190 B.C. What an amazing place!

6 days ago
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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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

5 days ago
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