srbachchan

srbachchan:

Jalsa, Mumbai Nov 9, 2013 Sat 7 : 03 PM

Back from the clime, from the leisure of sanctimonious solitude, from the stillness of silence, from gentle green pastures, churches, temples, palms, vacant drives … into the hustle and bustle of the cityopolis !!

A moment here and travel again to the…

aapka andaaz hi nirala hay…………………

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Lotus Lake - Udon Thani, Thailand

A true surprise in Thailand’s Northeast - often considered to be solely a rice-farming region - these wetlands remain predominantly hidden by tall elephant grasses that belie the expanses of water lying beyond them, and are known for the most part only by the local villagers who venture out to fish and to collect snails and lotus stalks for use in the preparation of their daily meals.

Best visited in the cool season from December through February, these shallow, limpid waters may only be visited on a wooden boat belonging to the local fishermen and villagers. Having cleared the elephant grasses, a thick carpet of pink lotus blooms suddenly confronts you. A constellation of millions of startling, flamingo-pink lotus flowers dance above the crystalline waters of the Lotus Sea.

Visit Lotus Lake on Atlas Obscura!

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Le Grand Rassemblement (The Grand Gathering) - Sainte-Flavie, Canada

Staring out at Canada’s Saint-Lawrence River the placid beach is interrupted by an eerie collection of over 100 human-esque figures which seem to rise up out of the waves.

This large scale art project, called Le Grand Rassemblement (The Grand Gathering in English), is the work of Canadian artist Marcel Gagnon who started carving the crooked wood and stone people as figure studies for his paintings. After making over 80 of the figures and placing them along the shore and at varying depths in the river so that they would appear and disappear with the tides, he simply continued to construct the impressionistic statues with ever-more diverse poses and visages until the number of figures numbered well over 100. Most of the figures are simple, armless pillars that stand as tall as an adult, and are crowned with a simply carved face. Some of the gathering are carved to have a hunchback or have leaned over in the sand giving the whole installation a shambling, zombie-like effect.

More about Le Grand Rassemblement - The Grand Gathering on Atlas Obscura…

kamaal hay…………..

staff
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Tumblr Tuesday: Digital Art
With the upcoming Paddles On Digital Art Auction, let’s check out a few of the artists:
Casey ReasTextured art, geometric JPEGs and glitchy MOVs.
Brenna MurphyMacro art of spare electronics and metallic detail.
Lands of DreamsA massive land of dreamy glitch art.
BarriobajeroDigital art on every surface.
BYOB World WideBring Your Own Beamer helps digital artists host immersive one-night exhibit.
Americans! created by Casey Reas for Paddles On

staff:

Tumblr Tuesday: Digital Art

With the upcoming Paddles On Digital Art Auction, let’s check out a few of the artists:

Casey Reas
Textured art, geometric JPEGs and glitchy MOVs.

Brenna Murphy
Macro art of spare electronics and metallic detail.

Lands of Dreams
A massive land of dreamy glitch art.

Barriobajero
Digital art on every surface.

BYOB World Wide
Bring Your Own Beamer helps digital artists host immersive one-night exhibit.

Americans! created by Casey Reas for Paddles On