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.Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic

.Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic

City Palace - Jaipur, India..The Northwest Green Gate, also called the Leheriya (meaning: "waves") gate, in green colour suggestive of spring and dedicated to Lord Ganesha.

City Palace - Jaipur, India..The Northwest Green Gate, also called the Leheriya (meaning: "waves") gate, in green colour suggestive of spring and dedicated to Lord Ganesha.

love this wallpaper on small wall!  Favorite “PINS” Friday! | Beneath My Heart

Favorite “PINS” Friday

love this wallpaper on small wall! Favorite “PINS” Friday! | Beneath My Heart

In waves of lime movement, throwing shadow, curves arching toward one another with songs struck of steel

In waves of lime movement, throwing shadow, curves arching toward one another with songs struck of steel

The Scalpel, Lime Street Joining the kooky architectural quarter otherwise known as the City, this hard-edged chunk of glass will be taller than the Gherkin and will reflect its iconic neighbour in its mirrored surface. Designed as a counterpoint to the Cheesegrater, its facade will slope in the opposite direction to that of its Leadenhall Street neighbour, so as to preserve the view of St Paul’s from Fleet Street. But some have suggested that the two angled buildings may end up resembling…

Nine skyscrapers coming to London

The Scalpel, Lime Street Joining the kooky architectural quarter otherwise known as the City, this hard-edged chunk of glass will be taller than the Gherkin and will reflect its iconic neighbour in its mirrored surface. Designed as a counterpoint to the Cheesegrater, its facade will slope in the opposite direction to that of its Leadenhall Street neighbour, so as to preserve the view of St Paul’s from Fleet Street. But some have suggested that the two angled buildings may end up resembling…

These beautiful old distressed doors seem to be from travel photos from Bodrum, Turkey.  Notable is the fact that we are looking at the inside of the doors.  You can see treetop and sky beyond the open door.  So, what I originally thought was a green shade in the windows, must actually be the color of the glass!  Painted, I suppose, but striking nonetheless!

These beautiful old distressed doors seem to be from travel photos from Bodrum, Turkey. Notable is the fact that we are looking at the inside of the doors. You can see treetop and sky beyond the open door. So, what I originally thought was a green shade in the windows, must actually be the color of the glass! Painted, I suppose, but striking nonetheless!

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