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Spain, Ronda, Malaga

Roma Bridge, Ronda, Spain Ronda is a city in the Spanish province of Málaga. It is located about 100 kilometres west of the city of Málaga, within the autonomous community of Andalusia. Its population is approximately inhabitants

New Wonderful Photos: Pura Lempuyang Door, Bali, Indonesia

Pura Lempuyang Door Bali Indonesia: 'Puras are designed as an open air place of worship within enclosed walls connected with a series of intricately decorated gates between its compounds. This is a split gate known as candi bentar Indonesia

New Wonderful Photos: Pura Lempuyang Door, Bali, Indonesia

Pura Lempuyang Door Bali Indonesia: 'Puras are designed as an open air place of worship within enclosed walls connected with a series of intricately decorated gates between its compounds. This is a split gate known as candi bentar Indonesia

New Wonderful Photos: Pura Lempuyang Door, Bali, Indonesia

Pura Lempuyang Door Bali Indonesia: 'Puras are designed as an open air place of worship within enclosed walls connected with a series of intricately decorated gates between its compounds. This is a split gate known as candi bentar Indonesia

Denise Romecki — американский скульптор-керамист. Выпускница Колумбийского колледжа дизайна и искусств. В настоящее время преподает в колумбийском центре культуры и искусств. На создание работ её вдохновляет естественная природная красота, горы, леса, океан, животные. О своей работе она поэтично говорит: «Глина, проходящая через мои руки, — мост между моим творческим процессом и очарованием природы».

Denise Romecki finds inspiration for her sculptures in cresting waves. Romecki creates her original pieces using stoneware clay. Requiring at least two kiln firings her ceramic sculptures resemble beautifully rising white-capped waves that have been stunn

Globe at the Vatican / Arnaldo Pomodoro

This bronze globe is said to be sculpted as a sphere within a sphere to represent the world within the world. I believe it was a gift given to Pope John Paul II in the Part of a series by Arnaldo Pomodoro that can be found around the world.