Sand, under a 250x microscope
file under things that make me want to cry about the magnificence of the world
Swing sets are typically used by children on a playground, but this makeshift contraption known as the Swing at the End of the World is only for the bravest adventurers willing to take the risk of falling off the edge of a cliff while swinging high in the air. Located in Baños, Ecuador at La Casa del Árbol (The Treehouse), this incredible swing greets hikers at an elevation of 2,660 meters. It invites anyone daring enough to ride it.
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Here’s the final painting which will be exhibited at the Aqua Art Fair, Miami, Dec 4-8. Thanks to Robert Fontaine Gallery!
Beech Cathedral | by Barry Wakelin.
Yasuhiro Kumagai, Cherry blossom at Meguro river
Photographs by Barry Bland