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Michelin one-star restaurant Tim Ho Wan’s Mong Kok operation will be relocating due to an increase in rent. It’s one of the most coveted measures of success in the restaurant business &...
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FM.Marche.Itani Si Che BELLISSIMA✪Le ❙t e Amo<3

The Marche is one of the 20 Regions of Italy. The Italian name Le Marche is the plural of marca, and literally means "the Marches", originally referring to the medieval March of Ancona and nearby marches of Camerino and Fermo.
The Marche are located in the Central area of the country, bordering Emilia-Romagna and the republic of San Marino to the north, Tuscany to the north-west, Umbria to the west, Abruzzo and Lazio to the south and the Adriatic Sea to the east. Except for river valleys and the often very narrow coastal strip, the land is hilly. In the nineteenth century, a railway from Bologna to Brindisi linked the Marche along the coastline of the entire territory. Inland, the mountainous nature of the region, even today, allows little travel north and south, except by rough roads over the passes.

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Holographic Portraits Painted on Delicate Layers of Fabric and Netting

Holographic Portraits Painted on Delicate Layers of Fabric and Netting | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Thai artist Uttaporn Nimmalaikaew paints multiple layers of canvas, thread, fabric, and netting to create stunning works of three-dimensional art. Delicate and utterly unique, the paintings resemble shimmering holograms that subtly shift and transform when viewed from different angles.
A pensive, melancholy figure is at the center of each mixed media piece. Rendered in impressively realistic detail on the thin screens of mesh, the translucent subjects appear ethereal and ghostly. Their eyes lowered as if lost in thought, the haunting figures reflect on life, death, and other concepts inspired by Buddhist philosophy.



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New Fascinating Macro Photos of Bees by the United States Geological Survey

New Fascinating Macro Photos of Bees by the United States Geological Survey | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
The United States Geological Survey has released another fascinating batch of macro photos offering intimate portraits of bees. The often-feared insects are photographed against black backgrounds in great detail, revealing large, shimmering eyes and rainbow-colored wings. One bee is even seen covered in flecks of vibrantly golden pollen dust. Up close, the bees take on a fluffy, and even cuddly, appearance.
Researcher Sam Droege created the photos by programming a camera with a macro lens to take sets of photos of varying focal depth. In Photoshop, he blended several exposures together to create one incredibly clear image. The colors are not manipulated, so the insects’ natural hues are represented honestly.
The macro photos, captured as part of the USGS Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Program, generate valuable public interest in the insects that people commonly run from. “Once you blow [the bees] up to the size of a German shepherd and they have good hair, people start paying…
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Artists Beautify Outdoor Pianos Around the World to Bring Music to the Streets

Artists Beautify Outdoor Pianos Around the World to Bring Music to the Streets | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Noticing a lack of interaction between strangers who passed each other everyday on the same streets, UK-based artist Luke Jerram was inspired to disrupt people's daily routines with spontaneous music and communication by installing outdoor pianos in public spaces. "The idea for Play Me, I'm Yours came from visiting my local launderette," explains Jerram. "I saw the same people there each weekend and yet no one talked to one another. I suddenly realised that within a city, there must be hundreds of these invisible communities, regularly spending time with one another in silence. Placing a piano into the space was my solution to this problem, acting as a catalyst for conversation and changing the dynamics of a space."
The project proved a huge success right from the start, when Jerram installed 15 pianos throughout the city of Birmingham for three weeks in 2008. An estimated 140,000 people played the pianos or listened to others as they played, sparking engagement with each other and…
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17 Adorable Animals Who've Mastered the Art of Stretching

17 Adorable Animals Who've Mastered the Art of Stretching | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it

Warning: These photos may make you want to nap. Take a deep breath...now stretch! Today let's take a look at animals who've mastered the art of stretching. Whether they're just taking a nice pause in their day or reaching for that piece of food in the tree, these animals look absolutely adorable with their eyes closed or their limbs flying in the air. While some of them, like the dog, look like they're working on their yoga pose, others, like the owl, are coming up with something original. All in all, they're adorable animals with spunk and style!

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Funny Drawing Series of a Character Battling His Maker

Funny Drawing Series of a Character Battling His Maker | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Imagine getting your head punched or getting smooshed to the corner of a page. That's what this character is going through, thanks to artist Alex Solis. For this new series, Alex shows a character going one-on-one with the artist. Watch as the boy fights back as he clamps his teeth down onto the artist's thumb or uses his knife to take a stab at him. Alex pulls out all the stop, even using a lighter to fight the character! As he states, "Trying to finally get rid of this guy, but he was able to stop the fire - guess it's not over yet!"
Called Inkeraction, it didn't start out as a series. So many people liked the works that he kept the character around. "Since I kept messing with him, it only felt right that he would eventually fight back," explains Alex. "I have a good plan for the ending of it but since people keep liking it I think I will extend it a bit and not end it for a while."
When asked what he wants people to take away from the series, he says, "I want people to, in a way,…
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Playful Celebrity Portraits Show Off the Goofy Sides of A-List Stars

Playful Celebrity Portraits Show Off the Goofy Sides of A-List Stars | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
When we think of Hollywood royalty, often the picture that comes to mind is gorgeous and airbrushed to the extreme. London- and New York-based photographer Andy Gotts, however, takes a different approach with his celebrity portraits, which are often bursting with spontaneity and humor. Both playful and intimate, these photos present our favorite A-list stars in a brand new light.
The portraits, many of which are black and white, strip away much of the glitz and glam that we associate with big names like Scarlett Johansson, George Clooney, and Gwyneth Paltrow. Instead, the distinguished actors and actresses are depicted making funny faces, striking hilarious poses, and smiling completely naturally. It's great to see that no matter how rich or famous they become, some folks from Tinseltown aren't afraid to let loose and goof off in front of the camera.
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Delightful Illustrations Depict R2-D2 Dressed as Other Superheroes

Delightful Illustrations Depict R2-D2 Dressed as Other Superheroes | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Fantasy worlds collide in Steve Berrington’s delightful illustrations that depict Star Wars icon R2-D2 dressed up as superheroes from other realms. The lovable droid crosses Marvel, DC Comic and Lucasfilm lines to don a Superman cape, pick up Captain America’s shield and try on Wonder Woman’s tiara. But R2-D2 doesn’t only masquerade as other heroes. He is also re-imagined wearing the costumes of notorious villains such as the Joker.
Berrington’s illustrations represent the ultimate fan-fiction fantasy, creatively answering the question “What if all my favorite characters were part of the same universe?” The London-based artist tends to create graphic illustrations centering around superhero pop culture, often juxtaposing characters and realms in surprising combinations.








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Awesome Vending Machine Sells Random Books for $2

Awesome Vending Machine Sells Random Books for $2 | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Just a few months ago, I had the pleasure of visiting Toronto and strolled right into The Monkey's Paw, an "antiquarian shop specializing in uncommon books and paper artifacts from the age of print."  Upon entering, I was immediately drawn to this beautiful, vintage-looking vending machine.  I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it sold random books for only $2.  Named the "Biblio-Mat," it's the world's first randomizing vending machine for old books.
The Biblio-Mat was built by Craig Small for The Monkey’s Paw. According to the owners, "The machine was conceived as an artful alternative to the ubiquitous and often ignored discount sidewalk bin. When a customer puts coins into it, the Biblio-Mat dramatically whirrs and vibrates as the machine is set in motion. The ring of an old telephone bell enhances the thrill when the customer’s mystery book is delivered with a satisfying clunk into the receptacle below." Watch the video below to see it in action!







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New Canadian Passport Reveals Spectacular Designs Under UV Black Light

New Canadian Passport Reveals Spectacular Designs Under UV Black Light | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
With a little help from a UV black light, the most recent version of the Canadian passport reveals spectacular patterns and a surprisingly vibrant neon glow. Reddit user Chachichachichicken recently shared this discovery in an Imgur photo gallery that quickly went viral. The passport pages transform from flat parchment decorated with subtle lines to colorful, hologram-like maple leaves, exploding fireworks that hover over Parliament, and a roomful of politicians outlined in neon.
Canada began issuing these “electronic passports” in 2013. The new-and-improved documents offer upgraded security features similar to modern paper currency, such as imbedded watermarks and a microchip identity. The black light sensitivity feature is called “optically variable ink,” and its function is to change color based on the type of light it’s exposed to. As one Reddit user accurately accessed, under black light, “It’s like a party on every page.”






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Mystical Photos of Mushrooms Casting an Enchanting Glow

Mystical Photos of Mushrooms Casting an Enchanting Glow | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Mushrooms, with their different shapes, sizes, and colors, sometime seem like they exist in faraway, imaginary lands. German photographer Martin Pfister captures these mystical and magical qualities in his delightful series of macro fungi photographs. He’s even developed a creative twist on shooting the mushrooms. Instead of relying on only natural light, he illuminates them from behind using tiny LED bulbs. This is what gives them their enchanting glow.
Pfister’s work features brilliant blues, purples, and greens. His often-dramatic lighting captures the amazing texture of the small mushrooms as well as their vivid surroundings. Sometimes, insects rest on them or moisture bellows from their caps, and it’s clear that Pfister has caught his subjects at just the right moment. They make for exquisite photos that allow us to appreciate these real-life fairy tales.
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600-Pound Cluster Bomb Transformed into a Stunning Drinks Cabinet

600-Pound Cluster Bomb Transformed into a Stunning Drinks Cabinet | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
The British company Fallen Furniture crafted a beautiful cabinet that will make a lasting visual impact in any room. Their mirror-polished Cluster Bomb Luxury Drinks Cabinet features a reclaimed 1970s missile fuselage as its structure with built-in shelving that’s perfect for your beloved libations. Don’t be fooled by the photos - this furniture has a massive presence. It stands more than eight feet tall and weighs 600 pounds.
Behind the gleaming exterior lies three glass shelves that revolve around a gold-plated spindle. The base features a sliding platform built from lacquered American walnut wood, and it conceals a set of custom-made cocktail utensils. When not in use, you can close the doors and it’ll appear as if you just have a cluster bomb in your living room. No one would ever know that it’s a drinks cabinet!
If you enjoy the fusion of aircraft and modern furniture design, check out this futuristic desk that was repurposed from a Boeing wingtip.
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Adorable Loch Ness Ladle

Adorable Loch Ness Ladle | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
The next time you're cooking up a hot pot of soup, why not reach for this adorable ladle? The Nessie Ladle has the body shape of the mysterious Loch Ness monster but this guy's got stubby little legs so that it can stand on its own. Designed by Ototo for the modern store Animi Causa, the turquoise blue ladle, unfortunately, isn't ready to ship out until February. The cleverly designed product costs $15.99. Want!
As the website states,"Believe it or not, out of the deep pot comes Nessie! Diving into your favorite soup or standing by ready to use, a legendary time in the kitchen is guaranteed."
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Design for Vienna-Based Tower Resembles a Game of Jenga

Design for Vienna-Based Tower Resembles a Game of Jenga | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
At first glance, the Hochhaus Tower is reminiscent of the type of structure that you’d see in a game of Jenga. It’s designed by Dutch studio MVRDV, and there’s a good reason for their unconventional plan.
The building will be constructed in Vienna, Austria, which is a city that has strict zoning regulations. No structure can put its neighbors in the shade for more than two hours a day. The taller a building is, the more sunlight it blocks. To get around this rule, MVRDV designed the mixed-use Hochhaus Tower so that the first 10 stories are each positioned at a slightly different angle. This means that the building will never cut off the rising and setting sun, and it will siphon strong winds away from its plaza.
MVRDV’s innovative design is 30 stories tall, and the first 10 have space for outdoor terraces. The 20 remaining floors feature more conventional layouts with 12-foot-high ceilings and a lot of natural light. Concrete slabs with a steel and glass facade will make up the…
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Whimsical Mushrooms Look Like Books in Enchanting Diorama

Whimsical Mushrooms Look Like Books in Enchanting Diorama | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
In Melissa Jay Craig’s enchanting diorama, a small forest of 96 whimsical toadstools made from books bloom across two walls. The mushroom tops — or book covers, depending on how you look at the installation — are patterned after the poisonous fungi Amanita Muscaria. The artist says she has been oddly fascinated by fungi since she was a child, when she came upon a group of the orange-and-white toadstools clustered in a mysterious patch of towering pine trees. It was the first time she had “the intriguing feeling that the planet carried messages…for those who were curious enough to look.”
Far from being disgusted by fungi, Craig finds it inspiring. Because it’s so prolific, often powerful enough to overthrow entire habitats, she considers it to be an “agent of change.” So, with mushrooms that look like books, she blends the power of the written word with the pervasive nature of fungi. “It’s something surreptitious, uncontrollable,” she says on her website. “It lives hidden underground…
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Surreal Paintings of Whimsical Hybrid Creatures

Surreal Paintings of Whimsical Hybrid Creatures | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Polish artist Jacek Yerka has the ability to transform ordinary concepts into incredibly imaginative, surreal scenes, as he demonstrates in his paintings of extraordinary creatures. With vivid colors and lush details, Yerka brings to life whimsical beasts that inhabit worlds filled with fantasy and sci-fi wonder.
The 62-year-old artist produces eccentric hybrids by fusing animals with natural landscapes and manmade inventions. In several paintings, settlements are built atop colossal beasts whose bodies resemble islands, craggy cliffs, or empty stretches of land. Other images depict strange creatures with mechanical parts, ranging from a reptile-like car to a school of dirigible fish. Yerka's creative, striking concepts suggest inseparable links between nature and humankind.


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Mother-to-Be Transforms Her Baby Bump into an Adorable R2-D2 Painting

Mother-to-Be Transforms Her Baby Bump into an Adorable R2-D2 Painting | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Stefaney Giordano and her husband Tony are dedicated Star Wars fans, so they decided to turn Stefaney’s perfectly round baby bump into an adorable art project before she gave birth. Artist Nick Wolfe visited the couple’s kitchen to transform Stefaney’s belly into a painted version of R2-D2. He started by painting big, blue squares. Then, the artist filled the spaces between the squares with silver paint and added red and black accents. When the painting was completed, the Florida couple (that actually had a life-sized R2-D2 model in attendance at their wedding) posed for portraits in Star Wars-themed attire. They also visited friend and artist Daniel Deutsch at his office for photo ops with his realistic R2-D2 model. The couple named the ultimate fan masterpiece "R2Belly2."





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Stunning Portral Street Art Illusions by 1010

Stunning Portral Street Art Illusions by 1010 | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Since 2009, German street artist 1010 has been creating these mysterious, portal-like street art illusions on walls around the world. While at first glance it looks like he's layering colored paper, upon closer inspection you realize that you're actually looking at paint on a wall. It's a different type of street art than we're used to. Recently, for the urban and contemporary art festival in Hamburg called Knotempunkt, 1010 created a huge mural that was layered in colors; blue, purple, red, and black. (See above.) The paper-like layers descend into darker colors until it feels like you're looking into a dark abyss.
You can watch a video to see this mural take shape, here. Affenfaust Galerie states about 1010: "His art deals with language, symbols and signs, with automatism of perception and the structures of society. In his paperworks he purposely uses a beautiful aesthetic to bring critical topics to the viewers attention. He lures the eye skilfully along well-balanced color shades…
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Hotel Design Inspired by a Cross-Sectioned Amethyst Geode

Hotel Design Inspired by a Cross-Sectioned Amethyst Geode | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Amethyst, a beautiful precious gemstone, is the inspiration behind NL Architects' proposed chain of hotels. But, their unconventional design does more than just reference the color. It makes the structure appear as if it's the jewel itself. The Amsterdam-based designers created the illusion by splitting the building in half with the brilliant, multifaceted purple forms at its core.
At first glance, this building looks like a sculpture rather than lodging. Access to the rooms is available along the outside perimeter, and the accommodations are located around the central void of the building. The interior is framed by the crystalline clusters that act as unique sets of geometric windows.
NL Architects’ proposal is intended to promote the believed healing qualities of amethyst - just as traveling can rejuvenate the spirit. The first hotel is planned for Ocean Flower, a man-made island that’s currently under development north of Hainan, China.
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Stunning Bird Sculptures Made of Hermès Leather

Stunning Bird Sculptures Made of Hermès Leather | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
For their latest work, French duo Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann of the graphic studio Zim & Zou created epic artist windows for the Hermès store in Shanghai. The concept was inspired by a Museum of Natural History and a Cabinet of Curiosities. The windows displayed hand-made sculptures of animals made of leather offcuts from Hermès workshops in Paris. "We had this idea of a museum while discovering the architecture of the building," they tell us. "Its historical past gave this place a special aura. We wanted to recreate this mysterious atmosphere, so typical to a Museum of Natural History."
Most stunning are all of the bird sculptures, particularly the ornate peacock. "It’s obviously one of our favorite parts of the windows," stated Zim & Zou. "It measures almost 1.5 meters, fully hand-made with paper and tape for the structure, leather offcuts carefully selected from Hermès workshops for the feathers and head, and just two small pearls to give it a 'deeper look'. We wanted it…
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Turn-of-the-Century PSAs Shown At Silent Films Reveal Conservative Movie Culture of the Past

Turn-of-the-Century PSAs Shown At Silent Films Reveal Conservative Movie Culture of the Past | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
These entertaining etiquette warnings shown before silent films reminded turn-of-the-century moviegoers about how to avoid social faux pas. The glass slides were projected onto the screen while theater attendants changed the reels. People who came to catch Charlie Chaplain or Greta Garbo on the silver screen were instructed to remove their hats, refrain from smoking indoors and to “applaud with hands only.” The photos are originally from the Library of Congress archives, collected for the book Silent Movies: The Birth of Film and the Triumph of Movie Culture.
These vintage PSAs are not only entertaining but also insightful, offering a look at fashion, culture and common courtesy at the turn of the century. Today’s theater rules requiring shirts and shoes and banning cell phone usage reveal a society that operates on a much more basic code of decency. This collection of slides, however, points to an era of elegance and formality, when men and women dressed to the nines and strove to…
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Mysteriously Surreal Ladder Tree Installation by François Mechain

Mysteriously Surreal Ladder Tree Installation by François Mechain | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
From 2009-2011, an intriguing installation L'arbre aux échelles by artist François Mechain was on display in the Parc du Château at the Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire in France. With the title translating to "ladders tree," the work of art consists of exactly that—several ladders leading from the ground into the branches of a tall tree, where the tops of the manmade structures disappear into the foliage.
L'arbre aux échelles serves as a reference Italian writer Italo Calvino's novel The Baron in the Trees, in which the protagonist takes refuge among the branches to escape the stress of everyday life. This poetic installation by Mechain invites the viewer to imagine climbing to the top of a ladder and viewing the world from up above. A beautifully surreal sight, the tree is a fanciful retreat into nature far removed from the mundane worries of the rest of the world.
Above: Photo by E. Sander via Domaine Chaumont
Photo via Anetcha Parisienne

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Mesmerizing Tunnel Looks Like a Colorful Kaleidoscope When Walking Through One Way

Mesmerizing Tunnel Looks Like a Colorful Kaleidoscope When Walking Through One Way | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
Olafur Eliasson’s colorful glass tunnel comes to life when you stroll through it one way, but if you look back over your shoulder, the panels appear black. The mesmerizing, kaleidoscope-like tunnel is comprised of stained glass triangles held together with bold, black piping. When viewed from one end, the tunnel is a rainbow of purple, pink and yellow, but the interesting one-way effect masks the colors from the other side.
The Icelandic artist is known for engaging viewers in nontraditional ways by inviting them to interact with his artwork. He is known to incorporate air temperature, moisture, smells, light and walkways into his pieces to help guests more fully experience his work. In keeping with this theme, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art billed the one-way tunnel as “intentionally simple in construction but thrilling to behold, sparking profound, visceral reactions designed to heighten one's experience of the everyday.”






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Adorable Baby Sister Joins Famous Toddler and Puppy for Daily Naps

Adorable Baby Sister Joins Famous Toddler and Puppy for Daily Naps | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
In the eight or so months since we last checked in Theo and Beau, the adorable best friends who take daily naps together, a lot has changed for the boy and his pup. Beau turned 3, the Shyba family celebrated Theo's one-year adoptaversary, and the famous duo became a trio! With the birth of little Evangeline (nicknamed "Evvie") last September, Theo and Beau gained a new cuddle buddy to join them for their hour-long siestas.
Evvie fits right in with her big brothers. Nestled among soft blankets and pillows on their parents' bed, the three make for an incredibly cute sight each afternoon. Beau lovingly sleeps with his arm around his baby sister, while Theo affectionately curls up at Beau's side. Jessica Shyba (a.k.a. mommasgonecity), Beau and Evvie's mom, writes on her blog, "I’m trying not to get my hopes up that this magical nap time trifecta is a habit that will last, but each day this happens—with or without Evvie—I’m ever in awe at their sweet slumber."
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New in My Modern Shop: Surreal Double Exposures by Erkin Demir

New in My Modern Shop: Surreal Double Exposures by Erkin Demir | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
It brings us great pleasure to announce that we've added another fantastic artist to My Modern Shop. Istanbul, Turkey-based photographer Erkin Demir creates intriguing double exposures that blend humans with nature or architecture. The beautiful black and white works are stunningly surreal portraits. They show a man with trees running up and down the side of his face or a flock of birds wildly emerging from a woman's head.
Here are seven of our favorites. You can buy all 18 new works by Erkin Demir now on My Modern Shop.

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19 Breathtaking Photos of Winter Wonderlands Around the World

19 Breathtaking Photos of Winter Wonderlands Around the World | Le It e Amo ✪ | Scoop.it
We're in the middle of winter here, so what better time is it to look at some of the most breathtaking photos of the season? We've looked through the web and we've found photo after photo of photographers who've shot, not just snow or ice, but trees covered in white, lakes dotted in ice. Around the world, photographers have captured the magic of winter, the beauty of the season encapsulated in a moment. Now, we hope you enjoy this original compilation of 19 photos of winter wonderlands around the world.

Above photo: Viktoria Haack



Bavaria, Germany Photo: Kilian Schoenberger

Nagano, Japan Photo: Takanobu Nushi

Kuusaankoski, Laukaa, Finland Photo: Joni Rahunen

Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona, Campigna National Park, Italy Photo: Roberto Melotti

Moominworld in Naantali, Finland Photo: Miki K

Dingle, Liverpool, England Photo: Owen Buckley

Long Bridge, Skaneateles, New York Photo: Matt Champlin

Estonia Photo: Jan Lepamaa

Paris, France Photo: Irene F

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