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Best of June 2009 !Best of June 2009Best of June 2009 ! by SkyAndNatureClub
Hello dear members and nonmembers how are you ?
:iconSkyAndNatureClub: would like to feature a collection of some of the photos that were submitted in June 2009! we hope you like the features ! :iconsohappyplz:
We will feature the best photos of each month, so make sure you send us your best works for submissions to increase the chance of getting featured! I hope you like this month's features!
Flowers, Plants & Macro:
:thumb124637086: 30 Seconds over Summerland by signmeupscotty a u t u m n d r o p by aStRaLiLiTu Pink Rose Bud by poetcrystaldawn Poppys in the storm by rdalpes Grey Daisies by redwolf518 :thumb125574697: wet by cloftw :thumb125954375: :thumb123945384: Water Cascade by dev1n Hines by Al-Baum :thumb126164315: Look how they shine by Daywish An old summer in poppyland by LadyCarnal :thumb126490328: :thumb125200817: Sunset Princess by SilivrenTinu Daisy by gold-rose :
Architecture News FeatureEarth proudly wears the Parthenon as best gem upon her zone. ~ Ralph Waldo EmersonArchitecture News Feature by Catherine-Elenore
An arch never sleeps. ~ James Fergusson
Architecture is the art of how to waste space. ~ Philip Johnson
Ah, to build, to build! That is the noblest of all the arts. ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A new News Feature on architecture! Some of the most beautiful pieces of art in the world are carved out of marble, pieced together by wood or molded in concrete or even glass. They serve multiple functions, not just as intricate pieces of art and craftsmanship, but also as places of cultural significance and historical merit. This feature was designed to highlight some of the amazing buildings and facilities around the world; some well known, and many not-so well known