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PETER DOIG  "Rain in the Port of Spain (White Oak)", 2015 Distemper on linen 118 1/2 x 138 1/2 inches 301 x 352 cm DOI 196 Michael Werner Gallery

PETER DOIG "Rain in the Port of Spain (White Oak)", 2015 Distemper on linen 118 1/2 x 138 1/2 inches 301 x 352 cm DOI 196 Michael Werner Gallery

Colon city, Rep of Panama - This marks the Caribbean entrance to the Canal. It was a major port for Spanish ships leaving the Caribbean and heading back to Spain loaded with gold, jewels, spices and foods.

Colon city, Rep of Panama - This marks the Caribbean entrance to the Canal. It was a major port for Spanish ships leaving the Caribbean and heading back to Spain loaded with gold, jewels, spices and foods.

How Brain Training Games Can Help You Build Your Business - Business - Small business - Entrepreneur.com | NBC News

How Brain Training Games Can Help You Build Your Business

How Brain Training Games Can Help You Build Your Business - Business - Small business - Entrepreneur.com | NBC News

Spanish port becomes global 'smart city' laboratory - Business Insider

This Spanish port town has become a global 'smart city' experiment

Earth View is a collection of the most beautiful and striking landscapes found in Google Earth.

Earth View is a collection of the most beautiful and striking landscapes found in Google Earth.

In Greek mythology, Aeolus is a god who is recognized as the "Keeper of the Winds." While this sculptural work, also called Aeolus, isn't a ruler of air currents, it certainly functions in cooperation with it, producing beautiful windswept harmonies. UK-based artist Luke Jerram appears to have an affinity for public works that promote musical interactivity. His touring social art experiment called Play Me, I'm Yours, where dozens of pianos are placed in the p

Interactive Acoustic Wind Pavilion

In Greek mythology, Aeolus is a god who is recognized as the "Keeper of the Winds." While this sculptural work, also called Aeolus, isn't a ruler of air currents, it certainly functions in cooperation with it, producing beautiful windswept harmonies. UK-based artist Luke Jerram appears to have an affinity for public works that promote musical interactivity. His touring social art experiment called Play Me, I'm Yours, where dozens of pianos are placed in the p

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