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Buddhist Full moon festival

Buddhist Full moon festival

Buddhist Full moon festival. Thousands of Thai Buddhist monks chant during a lantern lighting to celebrate Makha Bucha day at Dhammakaya Temple in Pathum Thani province, on the outskirts of Bangkok

Buddhist Full moon festival

One of the holiest days for Thai Buddhists – Full moon festival, has begun. The beautiful festival originates from the first sermon given by Lord Buddha, when 1,250 monk disciples appeared spontaneously to hear him speak. The festival is one of the most important religious and public holidays in Thailand. And the most spectacular event is the candlelit procession where Buddhists and monks carry lighted candles, flowers and an incense stick in a clockwise direction around temples. These items represent the Three Jewels of Buddhism: the Buddha, his teachings and the monk-hood.
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Sky colors in Evgeni Dinev’s photography

Evgeni Dinev's photography

Sky colors in Evgeni Dinev’s photography. An idyllic place indeed. A lonely horse in the field. Photo Art by Bulgarian landscape photographer

Sky colors in Evgeni Dinev’s photography

“The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web”, said Pablo Picasso. Bulgarian landscape photographer Evgeni Dinev, as a talented artist is able to see and share the beauty around him. The traveling photographer manages to capture amazingly beautiful colors and shades of sky, seas, mountains, fields, forests. In his colorful pictures nature reveals itself in the most perfect moments.
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Landscapes minerals painted by Nature

Moss agate looks like painting, true, but the artist is Nature.

Moss agate looks like painting, true, but the artist is Nature.

Landscapes minerals painted by Nature. Moss agate looks like painting, true, but the artist is Nature. Multi-colored landscape stones fully justify their name, using imagination you can distinguish the sea, meadows, mountains, sky, clouds, trees, ghostly green and brown, as in the paintings of Pierre Bonnard. The ability of rocks and minerals to form patterns that resemble paintings, graphics and characters is well known to fans of stones. Pattern emerges clearly if the stone is cut and polished. Here are images of Agate and some Onyx, found in different corners of our Earth – Baikal region, the Alps, Alaska, Kamchatka, Mongolia, and even Moscow region. The unusual agates are stored in collections, the same as paintings, and the same as paintings they have names – “Bay of Providence”, “Sannikov Land”, “Madagascar”.
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Beautiful photography by Olivia Bee

Beautiful photography by Olivia Bee

Beautiful photography by Olivia Bee

Beautiful photography by Olivia Bee. Beautiful American photographer Olivia Bee is only 18 years old, but she has become a real sensation in the world of photography. Started at the age of 11, she is already experienced and professional photographer, featured in New York Magazine, Grazia, Madame Figuro Japan, Exit Magazine, Vanity Fair Spain, Elle Girl Japan, TIME Magazine, The New York Times, Vogue Germany, Vogue Mexico, Vogue India, Luxopresso, Wonder Magazine, Strategies Magazine, Bulletin Magazine, and many others. Bee’s photographs, often of friends, look ghostlike, nostalgic, sometimes documentary but always a piece of art. The teenager photographer is already financially independent and living in Brooklyn, New York, but she’s originally from Portland, Oregon.
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Photography of deserts by George Steinmetz

Photography of deserts by George Steinmetz

Photography of deserts by George Steinmetz

Photography of deserts by George Steinmetz.
Salt water pools look like a mosaic on the surface of the desert. Water from shallow wells is mixed with the salty soil, resulting in a suspension. Colors and shades depend on the color of dirt, algae and salt. National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz flew on a motorized paraglider over the deserts around the world, from China to Africa and Antarctica, and made beautiful shots. With an extensive background in geophysics, American photographer Steinmetz uses his photos to educate about the geographic features of deserts. All of his pieces are completely breathtaking.
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Beautiful artist Lily Greenwood

Beautiful artist Lily Greenwood

Colorful butterflies on the black background. Art by beautiful artist Lily Greenwood

Beautiful artist Lily Greenwood
Manchester based innovative artist Lily Greenwood is a beautiful person creating beautiful things. She has been painting for over 6 years, and floral and butterfly theme is her favorite. She has developed a technique where her own paintings are used as a collage material. These bright hand-painted butterflies were painted by the artist, then hand-cut, and arranged in a certain composition on the canvas. Some details are added with ink. Her beautiful works of art are exhibited widely throughout the UK, and also abroad – in Spain, the Netherlands, and bought by private collectors across the world. Lily Greenwood’s work is often oriental in style. Besides, she is greatly influenced by eighteenth century print-makers, such as Hokusai and Hiroshige. In addition, she is interested in Japanese kimono design.
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Rococo painter Vladimir Hozatski

Apollo and Daphne. Rococo painter Vladimir Hozatski

Apollo and Daphne. Rococo painter Vladimir Hozatski, Russian artist

Rococo painter Vladimir Hozatski

Talented Russian artist Vladimir Hozatski was born 21 April 1955 into the family of the artist, in St. Petersburg. He graduated from St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture named after Ilya Repin. The style of his painting is based on the technique of the old Flemish and Dutch masters. The internationally recognized Rococo painter Vladimir Hozatski participated in restoration of the stolen during WWII paintings from the Amber Room in the Catherine the Great Summer Palace near St. Petersburg. Vladimir Hozatski is a member of the St. Petersburg branch of the Union of Artists of Russia, the section of arts and crafts.
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