Giraffe Manor is an exclusive land and hotel in the Lang’ata community of Nairobi, Kenya, renowned for its occupant shepherd of rare Rothschild giraffes that live in the general grounds of the manor house. Daily curtly before 9am, the huge animal wanders up to the home and stabs their heads throughout the windows and doors in seek of morning delicacy. Guests could nourish the giraffes from their feast table, take pictures of them and interrelate with this elegant animal throughout the open window, at the front door and even at the second floor bedroom window. This is the only place in the world where one can share breakfast with the world’s tallest animal. The Giraffe Manor was built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan, in 150 acres of land running down to the Mbagathi River, the southern boundary of the city of Nairobi.
Architectural photography is the main object for the creative photographers. Especially when photographers want to capture the marvelous and extraordinary buildings then their creativity take a fresh and newest styles. Here you are watching the amazing collection of interesting pictures of abandon bunkers of World War 2. Jonathan Andrew journey around all The Netherlands, France and Belgium in seek of deserted bunkers from World War II. Andrew’s photographs are mutually lasting and composed. Every bunker is shot at night, with the lighting manipulated to look as if armed or tragedy lights.
Conceptual photography is an open door to imagination and creativity. Incredible concept photographs by Taylor Marie McCormick, brilliant part-time photographer, who is only 18 years old photographer and graphic designer from North, GA. In conceptual art the idea or concept is the most imperative part of the work. Conceptual photography is much complicated. When an artist uses a conceptual appearance of art, it means that all of the plan and result are completed earlier and the finishing is an automatic matter. The idea turns into a machine that makes the art. See how much beautiful life be if it would be real. Here are some really inspiring beautiful examples of conceptual photography. Hope you like it and Please Don’t forget to show us your feed back.
One dazzling model is this Cybertecture Mirror, an insightful mirror into a digital life which you’ll love it from the extremely launch. The Cybertecture Mirror is a long way from a regular mirror for daily utilize, it’s the world’s first intelligent Reflective Mirror. Why? Because just at a touch of a button, it comes to life and does things you know other devices do: it displays information through programmable applications. With a goal to innovate the fabric of mankind to live the future today, James Law Cybertecture designed this astonishing reflective mirror as part of their Special Projects division and we are delighted to show you here, on DesignLike, their work. This mirror is a 2012 winner at HA+D Awards in Mirrors& Vanities Category.
Matt Molloy, from Canada is a photographer and singing composer who has freshly make out his series entitled ‘Photo Stacks‘ spread like wildfire online. In the current 51 photo series, Molloy merges just about 500 time-lapse photos (even if it can vary from 100-2000); mound them by the ‘lighten’ merger means in Photoshop. With his camera pointed upwards, the skies rapidly twist abstract, as if he has painted them with brush strokes. Below you will find a little selection of Molloy’s ‘photo stacks’. For more be sure to visit him on Flickr.