Craftsmanship

by: © Shouptik Basu
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Craftsmanship (Exclusive photo)Gopal,is our most trusted carpenter.He learnt his skills from his father,who used to work in my 250 year old house for near a generation.I took anoverhead shot from our terrace,while he repaired our door ...

low tide www.attilioruffo.com ...

Staircase The amazing staircase in my office. ...

Rains in Mumbai A worker carries a package on his head as it rains heavily in the city during the monsoon season. ...

Parallel Universe Milkyway running parallel to the arch at Window loop trail in Arches National Park, Utah ...

Smoke ...

Lonely spirit ©ROOGIE (high-res) ...

Welcome Isle of Hope, Georgia I'm sure this view has been photographed a million times, but I couldn't resist these oaks. Here's a million and one. ...

A Bica and the umbrella A bica, 1999, zinc, steel cable, iron attached to roof Marepe Santo Antônio de Jesus, Bahia, 1970; lives in Santo Antônio de Jesus Place: Inhotim, Museum od Contemporary Art, Brazil In an exemplary way, A bica [Waterspout, 1999] sets up a dialog between the two traditions that inform Marepe’s work: the history of 20th century art and the popular practices in the context where he was born and lives: the Recôncavo Region of the state of Bahia. The artwork’s title evinces its meaning: by adding a water collection device to the roof, the idea is for the rainwater to transform the sculpture into a watershed. The sculpture’s link with a natural phenomenon, coupled with the waiting time between rains alludes to the reality experienced by the artist in the interior of State of Bahia, insofar as it expresses the uncertainties and announces solutions associated with the scarcity of water. However, the possibility of contemplating A bicawithout water also suggests approximations with the dadaist production of the early 20th century, above all with A fonte (1917) by Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968), in which the object is displaced from its original context, bereft of its utilitarian function. The strategy of the ready made, however, enriches the object conceptually by conveying an allegory of the context to which it refers. The allusion to the dwelling and the strategies of survival has been a recurring theme in Marepe’s oeuvre, in works such as his series of Embutidos (1999) and O telhado (1998). http://www.inhotim.org.br/inhotim/arte-contemporanea/obras/a-bica/ Model; Gustavo Carvalho ...

silent road Another capture of my Iceland exploration ...

Sea of Mist Image taken from a mountain top, late at night, as the sun is setting. The mist is flowing like a river from the one side of the mountain, filling the fjord. ...

Untitled Rome 2014 ...

Harmony in The Universe I took this photograph near Angra do Heroismo in Terceira Island, Azores. this photo is a single shot with 30 seconds exposure. hope you like it Cheers =) ...

Vanishing Point This is an image made on Boscombe Pier in England on a stormy day. ...