Sunday, 3 April 2011
I've encountered so many beautiful landscapes lately. Don't you just love this image of a studio in Finland hidden between an eerie woodland landscape? If only my own little workspace was this alluring. I found this stunning image on photographer Giorgio Possenti's website. I also adore this studio that Rachel blogged about by the same photographer.
I also stumbled upon the lovely art of Lyse at Imagine Studio. Her fine art giclée prints are a combination of digital collages and painted photographs. I particularly like her landscape prints, which are homages to well-known artistic representations of landscapes.
And these are my own accidental Impressionistic representations of landscape. I went out to a superb dinner at a delicious Italian restaurant last night: gnocchi, profiteroles with home-made ice cream and chocolate, Rose wine, mmm, need I say more? To top it all off, the restaurant was by the beach and we took a stroll afterwards. I had my camera and took a few snapshots. To my surprise, these images turned out strangely impressionistic. I rather like them.
And this is another stunning interior landscape of books you simply have to see. I literally gasped when I saw this.
P.S. I did another fashion and film guest post on Neon Enlightenment. This is the second post in a series of five. I hope everyone is having a lovely weekend.