Geometry, Lines, Curves and Patterns Jared Lim Photography

Looking around for inspiration, and recently using Feedly I have been finding lots of Gems, sparkling wonder of art, design and photography. Here we have someone special, I felt drawn to his work and had to post some examples. Take a look over all the excellent work, a wonder of angles. Click Me

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Jared Jim Bio from the website:

Through the Viewfinder of a Wanderer
I have always loved geometry, lines, curves, pattern and abstract designs. Architecture seems like a great way to express them. My added advantage of traveling to most major cities for my work gives me great opportunities. Urban Exploration comprise of my cities shots in colors, monochrome and street photography.

Beyond that, I have great interest in other categories of Travel photography. I am passionate about traveling and photography not only allows me to express myself artistically but also to document my journey.

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Photography – 365 Pictures Matty Wilks

Once in a while I get the chance to profile and write about inspirational people. Go now and look at Matthew Wilkinson’s photography. Creations from all over the world can be seen on his Flickr page, a must see. Also keep checking Matt’s photo blog¬†mattywilks.wordpress.com Here are a few examples of some of his excellent photography:

If you are interested in contacting Matt check his website for more information mattywilks.wordpress.com

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Wallpapers of the week #2 Sunset pictures

This weeks addition of desktop wallpapers are some images I took last week. I love sunsets and 2 of them would make great desktop wallpapers. Check them out and feel free to download. Leave your thoughts and comment. Eating Design

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Singing Ringing Tree

The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire. Completed in 2006, it is part of the series of four sculptures within the Panopticons arts and regeneration project created by the East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN).

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