archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 
archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel
River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 

archatlas:

River Structures Paul Hirzel

  • River House I ‘The Bridge’ with 2,310sqf conditioned space is the living-guest quarters and it sets approx. 12 feet above grade. A 15-foot deep steel Howe truss system spans 80 feet at the center span with 32/16 foot balancing cantilevers at each end. The steel bridge truss supports a wood lattice that shades conditioned space below.
  • River House II ‘The Lookout’ with 1,139sqf conditioned space is a multiuse space 1000 feet up river from the main structure. It is constructed with an inverted steel truss exoskeleton which cantilevers 40 feet over the river to view a rare Steelhead spawning pool below. 

Hike feetz

Morrow Mountain State Park, July 2014

supersonicart:

Etam Cru’s “Dream Catcher.”
Etam Cru’s latest mural, “Dream Catcher,” was put up recently over the course of 5 days by Cru members Bezt and Sainer over in Poland for Europejska Fundacja Kultury Miejskiej and Brain Damage Gallery’s “LFG: All My City ‘14.”
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supersonicart:

Etam Cru’s “Dream Catcher.”
Etam Cru’s latest mural, “Dream Catcher,” was put up recently over the course of 5 days by Cru members Bezt and Sainer over in Poland for Europejska Fundacja Kultury Miejskiej and Brain Damage Gallery’s “LFG: All My City ‘14.”
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supersonicart:

Etam Cru’s “Dream Catcher.”
Etam Cru’s latest mural, “Dream Catcher,” was put up recently over the course of 5 days by Cru members Bezt and Sainer over in Poland for Europejska Fundacja Kultury Miejskiej and Brain Damage Gallery’s “LFG: All My City ‘14.”
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supersonicart:

Etam Cru’s “Dream Catcher.”
Etam Cru’s latest mural, “Dream Catcher,” was put up recently over the course of 5 days by Cru members Bezt and Sainer over in Poland for Europejska Fundacja Kultury Miejskiej and Brain Damage Gallery’s “LFG: All My City ‘14.”
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supersonicart:

Etam Cru’s “Dream Catcher.”
Etam Cru’s latest mural, “Dream Catcher,” was put up recently over the course of 5 days by Cru members Bezt and Sainer over in Poland for Europejska Fundacja Kultury Miejskiej and Brain Damage Gallery’s “LFG: All My City ‘14.”
Read More

supersonicart:

Etam Cru’s “Dream Catcher.”

Etam Cru’s latest mural, “Dream Catcher,” was put up recently over the course of 5 days by Cru members Bezt and Sainer over in Poland for Europejska Fundacja Kultury Miejskiej and Brain Damage Gallery’sLFG: All My City ‘14.”

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Australian 7th Brigade Combined Arms Training Activity

odditiesoflife:

Dreams in Blue
Each year these blossoming blue fields attract thousands of tourists. Hitachi Park is located in the Ibaraki Prefecture on Honsyu in Japan. It’s a beautiful spectacle during the flowering of the nemophila. Nemophilas are annual flowers. The word is a combination of the Greek words “nemos” (small forest) and “phileo” (love). The Japanese word “hitachi” translates to dawn. Taken together: “small forest love in dawn.” A blue heaven on Earth.
source 1, 2
odditiesoflife:

Dreams in Blue
Each year these blossoming blue fields attract thousands of tourists. Hitachi Park is located in the Ibaraki Prefecture on Honsyu in Japan. It’s a beautiful spectacle during the flowering of the nemophila. Nemophilas are annual flowers. The word is a combination of the Greek words “nemos” (small forest) and “phileo” (love). The Japanese word “hitachi” translates to dawn. Taken together: “small forest love in dawn.” A blue heaven on Earth.
source 1, 2
odditiesoflife:

Dreams in Blue
Each year these blossoming blue fields attract thousands of tourists. Hitachi Park is located in the Ibaraki Prefecture on Honsyu in Japan. It’s a beautiful spectacle during the flowering of the nemophila. Nemophilas are annual flowers. The word is a combination of the Greek words “nemos” (small forest) and “phileo” (love). The Japanese word “hitachi” translates to dawn. Taken together: “small forest love in dawn.” A blue heaven on Earth.
source 1, 2
odditiesoflife:

Dreams in Blue
Each year these blossoming blue fields attract thousands of tourists. Hitachi Park is located in the Ibaraki Prefecture on Honsyu in Japan. It’s a beautiful spectacle during the flowering of the nemophila. Nemophilas are annual flowers. The word is a combination of the Greek words “nemos” (small forest) and “phileo” (love). The Japanese word “hitachi” translates to dawn. Taken together: “small forest love in dawn.” A blue heaven on Earth.
source 1, 2
odditiesoflife:

Dreams in Blue
Each year these blossoming blue fields attract thousands of tourists. Hitachi Park is located in the Ibaraki Prefecture on Honsyu in Japan. It’s a beautiful spectacle during the flowering of the nemophila. Nemophilas are annual flowers. The word is a combination of the Greek words “nemos” (small forest) and “phileo” (love). The Japanese word “hitachi” translates to dawn. Taken together: “small forest love in dawn.” A blue heaven on Earth.
source 1, 2

odditiesoflife:

Dreams in Blue

Each year these blossoming blue fields attract thousands of tourists. Hitachi Park is located in the Ibaraki Prefecture on Honsyu in Japan. It’s a beautiful spectacle during the flowering of the nemophila. Nemophilas are annual flowers. The word is a combination of the Greek words “nemos” (small forest) and “phileo” (love). The Japanese word “hitachi” translates to dawn. Taken together: “small forest love in dawn.” A blue heaven on Earth.

source 1, 2

gundgallery:

Photo-Realistic Graphite Drawings by Monica Lee.
gundgallery:

Photo-Realistic Graphite Drawings by Monica Lee.
gundgallery:

Photo-Realistic Graphite Drawings by Monica Lee.
gundgallery:

Photo-Realistic Graphite Drawings by Monica Lee.

gundgallery:

Photo-Realistic Graphite Drawings by Monica Lee.

Partially sunny skies, 10% chance of rain. Who comes up with these statistics? If I was a weatherman, I’d just say “it might rain or it might not today. ” I feel like everything in life is 50/50. You might die today or not. You might go to work or not…

lunacylover:

"Saltair Pavilion, Great Salt Lake." Utah circa 1900. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative by William Henry Jackson, Detroit Publishing Co.

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Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”
megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways
"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.
Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”

megadeluxe:

Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta: Oblin’s version | Italian Ways

"Various designers and mechanics tried their hand at “dressing” the Ferrari 166 MM between 1948 and 1953.

Only 46 of these race sports car (born in Maranello) were ever produced. With different “looks” by various body shops, including Touring, Zagato, Allemanno, and Vignale. The latter entrusted no other than Giovanni Michelotti with creating the Barchetta and Coupé versions.”