Sitges

Sitges is a coastal town in Spain’s Catalonia region, southwest of Barcelona, backed by the mountainous Parc Natural del Garraf. It’s known for its Mediterranean beaches and its seaside Cathedral. The compact old town and surrounding streets are filled with shops, restaurants, and many gay bars and nightclubs

Lake Annecy

Annecy is an Alpine village in southeastern France, where Lake Annecy converges with the Thiou River. It is known for its Vieille Ville (old town), with cobbled streets, winding canals and houses with pastel colors. Above the city, the medieval castle of Annecy, former home of the Counts of Geneva, contains a museum with regional artifacts such as alpine furniture and religious art, along with an exhibition of natural history.

“Most Beautiful Places in Europe”

The Getty

Beauty in things exists in the mind which contemplates them

The Getty Center, Los Angeles

Inspired by the garden traditions of California and the ancient Mediterranean, the landscaping contributes to the Center’s striking mix of ancient and modern. Visitors to the Getty Center are surrounded by a sensual environment of recurring colors, textures, and scents. As time passes, the landscape will evolve, creating an intimate, ever-changing tableau that enhances the visitor’s experience of the Getty’s artistic and educational mission

Landscaping the Getty Center has been a collaborative effort involving a number of distinguished landscape architects, consultants and craftspeople through the years. Emmet Wemple, landscape architect for the Getty Villa in Malibu, began the project and conceived preliminary designs. Richard Meier conceived the master plan, which called for developing 19 of 24 acres as landscape or gardens. Dennis Hickok of Richard Meier & Partners served as liaison and for design and development of the works for the architects and landscape architects. Laurie Olin and the Olin Partnership, Philadelphia, PA, joined the team in 1992, and have remained through the project’s completion. Fong and Associates of Orange County and Raymond Hansen assisted in plant selection, procurement, and administration. Daniel Urban Kiley consulted on the project beginning in 1990. The landscaping would not have been possible without the work of numerous other consultants, contractors and craftspeople who helped create this impressive environment.

Large Scale + Light Wall Prints

Varanasi Boatman + Burning Ghats

Varanasi is the home of Shiva, the destroyer God of Hindus. And it is every Hindu’s wish to be cleansed with the holy waters, cremated at the burning ghats with the sacred eternal fire, and then have their ashes tossed into the sacred waters of the Ganges.

Metal Mounted Prints up to 300 cm x 225 cm

Light Wall Systems

Palma Ramparts

Walking Palma’s medieval ramparts provides great views of sea, Parc del a Mer and the Cathedral. The enormous walls which date back to the Roman era are set high so they provide many beautiful vistas. Their colors and angular geometry provide for both great instagram opportunities and well as seemingly abstract photography.

From the ramparts is it easy to explore Old Town, the Cathedral, the Port and the coast line. Early morning provides tranquility and beautiful lighting for photos. Afternoons and evening provide hustle and bustle as some much life takes place in all of the adjoining areas.

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