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28 days ago

Hello Instagram. It’s been awhile. You look different🤔. Anyway, it’s five months since I posted and I finally have something new to show you - it’s a few of my favorite things...

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1 hour ago

I took food to Q at 8pm last night. I bet she thought I wasn’t coming. ❤️❤️

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3 days ago

Paths in the woods are much like the paths we take in life. The path you choose can either lead you to what you are seeking or it can be a lot of walking in the wrong direction. As someone who’s been on both types of paths in life, I can tell you this - every one of them carries a lesson worth learning.

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1 day ago

Woke up to a fresh dusting of snow in the mountains today. Can you believe in August?

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1 year ago

Did you know that the 360fly Mobile App gives you the power to instantly shoot 360-degree videos, share your edits to social media then swipe, explore and interact with your favorite memories directly on any smartphone or tablet? #360fly #missnothing

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2 days ago

The East Building of the National Gallery of Art, by architect I. M. Pei, has a geometrical design, dividing the trapezoidal shape of the site into two triangles: one isosceles and the other a smaller right triangle. The space defined by the isosceles triangle came to house the museum's public functions. The portion outlined by the right triangle became the study center. The triangles in turn became the building's organized motif, echoed and repeated in every dimension. . The East Building focuses on modern and contemporary art, with a collection including works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Alexander Calder, a 1977 mural by Robert Motherwell and works by many other artists. The East Building also contains the main offices of the National Gallery of Art and a large research facility, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #strangerpassingby #nationalgalleryofarteastbuilding #eastbuilding #nationalgalleryofart #architecture #architecturephotography #architectureporn #architecturelovers #architecturedesign #shotoniphone #iphoneonly #iphonephotography #washingtondc #visittheusa #igersdenmark

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4 hours ago

Sunset Swish

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1 day ago

Westminster, CO

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3 months ago

Kicking off May with cool new projects and @dogoodbetter updates: BTTR Berlin is happening this year! we‘re moving fast ⚡️...“just keep swimming just keep swimming“ 💪🏻

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3 days ago

#TBT to 10 Hudson Yards’ construction in 2013, with exposed steel, plumbing, and conduits for power and data. Now permanently encased in the building’s concrete slabs, these elements must be carefully coordinated on each floor by consultants, contractors, and tradespeople. 📷: @timothyschenck. #construction #HudsonYards #kohnpedersenfox

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1 day ago

O’AHU HE'E NALU NO KA MAUNA || August 25th Hele mai to Mākaha Beach from 9am - 3pm. This is a KAPU ALOHA gathering. BYO papa he'e nalu or wa'a and come with open minds and heart to take in as much Mana’o and Aloha as you can ❤️ ( if you would like to kokua in anyway for this gathering please message me here or email me ) MAHALO NUI LOA #surfersformaunakea #maunaready

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6 hours ago

CELEBRITY ESTATE. Resided in the luxurious community of Calabasas, The Oaks of Calabasas, this 6000+sqft home was recently shot and edited by the One Shot team in both video and photo formats. #Luxury #Photography . . . #video #home #realestatelosangeles #california #losangeles #hollywood #homesweethome #openhouse #instacalifornia #instagood #motivation #realty #milliondollarlisting #realestatelife #luxuryhomes #luxuryrealestate #media #marketing #luxuryliving #socal #home #drone #aerial #beach #ocean #realtor

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3 days ago

Having a little fun in dtla 😈 Thank you @panvelvet for the sick shot of me 🙏 I’ll see you in China this November 🤘

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9 hours ago

Alexander Calder's monumental mobile in the East Building's Central Court. Paul Matisse, grandson of the French artist Henri Matisse, enlarged Calder's original concept thirty-two times to its present dimensions. Calder—Matisse employed aluminum for this mobile, strengthening its stress points with molybdenum. The buoyant panels appear solid built are actually hollow honeycomb-type structures covered with paper-thin aluminum skins. Although the sculpture's wingspan is just over eighty-five feet across, it weighs only 920 pounds. . As with most of Calder's work, this mobile draws inspiration from organic forms—flower petals, fish fins, bird wings—which enlivens its geometry. The mobile is simpler than many of Calder's earlier, more intricate pieces. The composition opposes two orientations, two silhouettes, and two tones: the triangular, painted red; the upper assembly, by contrast, is all horizontal, roughly wedgelike, and rendered in black except for the largest plane, which is deep ultramarine blue. . Calder selected a position for the mobile that brings its lowest plate into tantalizing proximity with the structure of the East Building: at times, the red tail seems as if it might collide with the building's interior architecture, but the mobile playfully escapes contact (by mere inches) and continues in slow revolution. When informed during the mobile's construction that size adjustments would be necessary to avoid actual contact, Calder joked, "Personally, I might be in favor of a little rubbing or bumping." When asked to title the National Gallery's object, Calder replied, "You don't name a baby until it is born." Unfortunately, he died one year before the finished mobile was hoisted up to the space-frame roof on Friday, November 18, 1977. Thus he never witnessed the "birth" of his last major commission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . #alexandercalder #alexandercaldermobile #eastbuilding #nationalgalleryofart #washingtondc #visittheusa #artandarchitecture #architecture #architecturephotography #architecturelovers #architectureporn #igersdenmark #travelphotography #travelholic #shotoniphone #iphonography

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8 hours ago

Home A place where I can go To take this off my shoulders Someone take me home

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12 days ago

Always wanted a tree house when I was younger, and I still want one now. Going to make sure my kids gets the most fire tree house possible so I can use it lol

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