Monday, April 25, 2011

Popular poop

In one of the main scenes in English August - a 1994 landmark film in contemporary Indian Cinema and a must watch for every cinematic art lover - the camera in deft moves pans on a well-formed output of human end product. The scene is artistically shot and in place of eliciting scorn on the face and sickness in the pit of one's stomach brings out a good laugh at the nicely projected satire and awe at a remarkable directorial feat.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Spanish Dogs Love To Swim

Puppies play in the fountain in The River, a park that winds through Valencia that ends at the Ciutat de les Arts, a collection of museums housed in enormous futuristic buildings. Valencia, Spain. March 2010.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

"Exploring Arequipa" Khillski's photos about Arequipa, Peru

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Arequipa, Peru by TravelPod blogger Khillski titled "Exploring Arequipa" Khillski's travel blog entry: "Founded on August 15th 1540 by Manuel Garcia de Carbajal, Arequipa is located at 2.325 meters (8792 feet) above sea level. The Main Square is bordered by beautiful arched walkways and the Cathedral. In the center is a bronze fountain of three plates crowned by the figure of a sixteenth century soldier called Tuturutu. The story goes that he was in charge of warning of any new event (town crier). Around the square are three granite portals with brick and limestone bases: : Portal del Cabildo (Portal de la Municipalidad), Portal de las Delicias (Portal de San Agustín), and Portal del Regocijo (Portal de Flores). The Cathedral was built in the seventeenth century out of the same sillar as much of the city center. It was destroyed by fire in 1844 and rebuilt in 1868 using a neoclassical style. In 2001, the Cathedral (primarily one tower) was damaged by an earthquake and rebuilt. The Santa Catalina Monastery was founded in 1580 by a rich widow, Maria de Guzman. It was not opened to the world for nearly 400 years and since 1970 visitors have been able to wander through the streets and cloisters. During the colonial times the monastery was reserved for the daughters of the nobility who had decided to steal themselves away from the real world and dedicate themselves entirely to prayer. Many of the wealthy nobility endowed the ...

Friday, April 22, 2011

Travel Agency in Peru - Chachapoyas Main Square The main square of Chachapoyas is the colonial heart of the city in the clouds. A bronze fountain is the centerpiece of the plaza.. Its surrounded by a ring of traditional buildings, the standout being the Archibishops Seat.. .other buildings have retained their traditional facades but now house restaurants and hotels for visitors eager to explore the regions archaeological and natural wonders. On the high side of the plaza the catedral is being restored... ,,as part of the citys plans to turn Chachapoyas into a haven for tourists who want visit the cloud forests of Northern Peru.Fertur Peru Travel. A full service travel agency and tour operator dedicated to making your journey to Peru a dream come true. Visit us at: Peru tours to Iquitos hotels peru peru tour huaraz peru caraz peru inca trail peru trip peru tourism peru alpamayo hiking peru travel agency peru climbing peru tour operator peru peru tourism trekking Peru peru flights peru bike tours tour companies

Thursday, April 21, 2011

World of Warcraft Cinematic - Fall of Arthas

A cinematic which is unlocked by going to the fountain in the center of Dalaran and clicking on one of the Bronze Statues. This can only be viewed once The Lich King has been downed on your realm.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

2010 APSP Builder Spotlight - Pacific Paradise Pools of Fountain Valley, CA

APSP is proud to feature builders from the 2010 International Awards of Excellence Competition (AOE). APSP's Rich C. Tonti of Pacific Paradise Pools received the gold medal in the Spas Built in Conjunction with Swimming Pools category and the bronze medal in the Traditional - 600 sq. ft. or less category. For more information on AOE, visit

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Best Indoor Water Fountains

These days there is a great trend to use good accessories at your house which can increase the all over look and charm of your whole house. These days there are a variety of designs and styles of fountains available in the market that have unique features, dazzling lights and are made of very good materials. They help in creating positive vibes and make the place look comfortable and pleasant. These days you will find them installed in many shops, malls, restaurants, offices, homes, health spas, clinics and gyms.
Below stated are some essential points that you must surely follow while buying a good water fountains.   
1. Glass and metal fountains
A variety of materials like glass, glass fiber, stone, marble, slate, metals, ceramic and copper are used to make fountains. One of the best is the glass and metal ones which give you a mirrored glass impression. You can even add your personalized logos to such fountains.
2. Handmade copper fountains
Copper is a very useful metal that can create fountains in different designs and styles. Such fountains are very popular these days because they have beautiful water sounds that can really enthrall the people who visit your house or office.
3. Painted water fountains
They are usually made of copper and are hand painted by the designers. Such fountains mix the trickling of water with the beautiful colors and gleaming lights to create a gripping impression. The designs are world class and you can easily obtain them in different styles and colors to match the décor of your room.
4. Bronze water fountains
Bronze is a metal which can help you to create a mixture of different things that it why it is used to create water fountain sculptures like dolphins, animals, mermaids and boats. The water flowing through such designs gives a soothing and enjoyable look to the atmosphere.
5. Custom made logo fountains
Logo fountain is a good way through which you can highlight your company's name using bright lights and trickling water in the background. It is a very good way to create a good impression on visitors, clients and staff members.
6. Stone water fountains
They are usually made of blue stone and are available in different stainless frames. They are best for indoor use as they can easily be installed and are maintenance free.
I am sure the above stated points would surely help you choose a good fountain for your home and office.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Larnaca Cyprus. Something for Everyone

Larnaca in Cyprus could be described as the resort with everything. It's a major municipality, a town and a holiday resort all rolled into one. It's also home to the Islands main airport and and boast a great selection of shops too. Add to that a pretty marina along with Cyprus's main port and Larnaca certainly appears to have plenty to offer holiday makers and residents alike. That's before we get started with the historic buildings including a medieval fort and several other listed buildings. There are also several modern industrial estates on edges of the district and a thriving commercial center too. There's a modern promenade thronged with trendy sea front cafe bars, restaurants and the obligatory fast food chains for the youngsters.

The beach at Larnaca is one of the best in Cyprus and is actually man made though you wouldn't have guessed so. Most of the restaurants and cafes run opposite the beach making them the ideal place to relax whilst taking in the superb view. It's a nice stroll from Larnaca marina at one end to the ancient medieval fort at the other. Across the road from the marina is a small public gallery and a beautiful paved area built around an ornamental fountain. Some of the buildings in Larnaca are centuries old and many of them have been painstakingly restored to their former glory. A short walk to some of the quaint back streets behind the main promenade will reveal many more that are still awaiting renovation.

The history of Larnaca stretches back further than any other part of Cyprus and the town has been continually occupied since the bronze age. The town is built on the ancient site of Kition which was in fact once the capital of the whole of Cyprus. Legend has it that the original city of Kition was founded by the grandson of Noah and the biblical connections don't end there. The church of saint Lazarus in Larnaca square is actually named after the same Lazarus that Jesus raised from the dead. The legends say that after his resurrection Lazarus traveled to Cyprus where he became the Islands first Bishop. The church is actually reputed to have been built over his tomb and visitors can go down into the tombs below the building. Like most of the churches in Cyprus Larnaca church is beautifully adorned with icons and intricate decor.

Ideally situated only a few kilometers from the airport the town has become a thriving vibrant community. In 1974 following the Turkish invasion and subsequent occupation of the North of Cyprus Larnaca offered to accept 40,000 refugees. These displaced persons tripled her population to a then 65,000 inhabitants. With great motorway links to all the coastal resorts and the capital Nicosia the town is perfectly located for those wishing to visit the Islands many places of interest. With the recent boom in holiday home purchases Larnaca has also become something of a property hotspot. The fringe coastal villages such as Oroklini make ideal settings in which to own an apartment or villa and the prices are still quite reasonable compared with other parts of Cyprus. In fact many locals are selling up and buying villas in such places due to their out of town exclusivity which in turn is creating some prime locations.

With so much going for Larnaca it is no surprise that it is earmarked by many to be the next Cyprus property boom area. With this in mind many speculators are investing in off plan purchases on these new developments. They plan to profit from the rising market by selling when the developments are completed. The speculation is being further fueled by the proposals of a larger modern marina for the berthing of luxury yachts and a possible golf development. Golf sun and property are part of any speculators mantra so this is bound to affect values. If the area didn't have more than enough to offer already these new proposals could turn it into an investors dream come true. So maybe if you are looking to invest in a place in the sun you should take a look at Larnaca Cyprus.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Waterwalls, Inc.

My company is Waterwalls, Inc., I design and build artistic interior and exterior water sculptures that incorporate natural materials such as tile, slab, rock, bronze, copper, stainless steel and custom art glass keeping longevity and user friendliness in mind by using only top-quality waterproofing, mechanical and lighting equipment. Thank you, Auggie President of Waterwalls, Inc. Laurent (Auggie) Vereecken

Friday, April 15, 2011

Hanging Mandala Fountain

Bronze fountain hanging in wires from ceiling. By Swedish artist Fredrik Skold. The fountain weighs 42kg (90lbs) and is about 86 cm tall (34") The large mandala engraved on the front consists of flowers and fairies. The smaller mandala showing the four elements. Both these mandalas have ancient history. The copper-pipes on the back leads the water back up to the top of the fountain. See more at

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Trafalgar Square – History in the Heart of London

Named after the Battle of Trafalgar - a British naval victory of the Napoleonic Wars -Trafalgar Square is undoubtedly one of the most iconic and history-rich places in London. Originally the northern area of the square was the site of the King's Mews and had been since the time of Edward I, while the southern end was the original Charing Cross, where Whitehall met the Strand from the City. When George IV, the Prince Regent, decided to move the King’s Mews to Buckingham Palace in the 1820s, the original site was demolished and commissioned for redevelopment. By 1845 the present architecture was completed.

The square itself consists of a large central area surrounded by roadways on three sides, and stairs leading to the National Gallery on the other. Nelson's Column stands in the centre of the square, surrounded by four bronze lions said to have been made with recycled metals from the cannons of the French fleet and fountains added in 1939. The column is topped by a statue of Lord Nelson, the admiral who commanded the British Fleet at Trafalgar.

At the corners of the square are four plinths. Three of them hold statues of George IV, Henry Havelock, and Sir Charles James Napier. The fourth plinth on the northwest corner was intended to hold a statue of William IV, but remained empty due to insufficient funds. Later, agreement could not be reached over which military hero or monarch to place there. Since 1999 it has featured temporary exhibitions of art by contemporary artists.

The square used to be particularly famous for its pigeons. However, the desirability of the birds’ presence was a matter of contention, due to their droppings tarnishing the beauty of the buildings and the flock of birds, estimated to be around 35,000 at its peak, were considered to be a health hazard. Therefore, the sale of bird seeds in the square was prohibited in 2000, and as of last month, bye-laws were secured sealing an outright ban on feeding birds in the square. The presence of pigeons is thus severely diminished.

Since its construction, Trafalgar Square has been a venue for political demonstrations. It was host to both the Black Monday and Bloody Sunday political rallies of 1886 and 1887, respectively. In modern times it has held significant political demonstrations against war and nuclear weapons, apartheid and the poll tax. A large vigil held was held at the square shortly after the terrorist bombings in London in July 2005.

Trafalgar Square is easily accessible from the Charing Cross, Embankment, Piccadilly Circus or Leicester Square tube stations, while the landmark is also extensively serviced by the London bus network. In addition there are several hotels in London near the square itself. Either way, no trip to London would be complete without visiting Trafalgar Square.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Water Fountain Why Do You Need One

There are already many different innovations out there that could help you decorate and beautify your home and one of them is the Water Fountain. The Water Fountain is the easiest and one of the best furniture decorations that you can use for your home. You can decorate this and obtain the best feeling in the world and that is relaxation and rest. You can unwind and you can forget all your problems and move on without any worries and free from stress.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

2011 Toyota RAV4 Fountain Valley CA

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Monday, April 11, 2011

Newport, RI: Washington Square's new Bronze Horse Trough Fountain

Based on Newport Historical Society images of Washington Square's 19th century horse trough, for the Washington Square Restoration Commission.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

"Bologna and the Beach" Giulianat's photos about Bologna, Italy

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Bologna, Italy by TravelPod blogger Giulianat titled "Bologna and the Beach" Giulianat's travel blog entry: "So I am settling in quite nicely in Rimini, that's not to say that I never have problems but I am relaxing into the Italian way of life. The main problem I am having at the moment is trying to get something called a "permmesso di soggiorno" in English a "residence permit" from a local police station. I was supposed to go and get this within 8 working days from the date I entered Italy. Evidently I have gone over that time but here's why: My cousins girlfriend has been helping me go to the police station and speak with the policemen so I can get the residence permit. The first time we went (this was after only 6 working days), the policeman told us to come back another day and in the meantime gave me his number on a piece of paper and said to call him to go out for a coffee. Needless to say I chucked that in the bin - he appeared to be obsessed with finding an Australian girlfriend (so if anyone's looking give me a hoy! - no not really he was a few screws loose I think). Anyway we came back on the day he said and another policeman said that it was the wrong day and to come back another day and that we had to queue up at another department building. We did this yesterday, and waited two hours before opening (in a queue of about 60 people) until a woman came out just after it had opened and told everyone that they ...

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Wedding Chapel 640x480

Exchange your vows amidst a beautiful historic backdrop featuring a country garden setting with a magnificent seven cherub all bronze fountain surrounded by roses, lavenders, gardenias and century old lilac trees planted by Eleanor Roosevelt herself. Located in (rural-urban) Northridge Ca. The Little Blessed Chapel of Jesus Christ welcomes weddings with or without appointments 24 hours a day. For information or book your special event call 818-294-1443 or email: PastorRonald@thelittleblessedchapelofjesuschrist

Thursday, April 7, 2011

"Day of the Immaculate Conception" Superchick530's photos about Lima, Peru

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Lima, Peru by TravelPod blogger Superchick530 titled "Day of the Immaculate Conception" Superchick530's travel blog entry: "I couldn't sleep in Cusco, Machu Picchu or Puno because of the altitude. Now I am back at sea level and I am certainly not having any problem sleeping! I arrived at my hotel in Lima yesterday shortly before noon. After getting settled, I ventured out for a bite to eat and a little window shopping. Then, I came back to my room and slept and read for the rest of the day. At most of the hotels, there are places where people leave books. If you see something you like, you just take it. I think it works like geocaching though: take one, leave one. I happened to spot "The Help" at my hotel in Puno, so I pounced on it...and once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. (That's my story for staying in my room all afternoon yesterday. And I'm sticking to it.) This morning I went on a Lima city tour. We spent some time at the Plaza de Armas (yes, every city in Peru has one). The Plaza Mayor, as it's also called, was the heart of the City when the area was claimed by the Spaniards. Francisco Pizarro to be exact. A bronze fountain erected in 1650 sits in the center of the Plaza, and a number of significant public buildings surround the Plaza. On the south end of the Plaza, there is the Cathedral that sits on the same spot where Pizarro ordered the city's first church built in 1535. The Archbishop's Palace is ...

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

"Suprisingly nice capital" Luxguy's photos about Lima, Peru

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Lima, Peru by TravelPod blogger Luxguy titled "Suprisingly nice capital" Luxguy's travel blog entry: "Lima, the country's frenetic capital is a place of many faces. Being a home to one third of Peru's population, this seaside metropololis offers everything from a beautiful and buzzing city centre to overpopulated neighbroughs full of social problems and criminality. The city is nestled on a strip of desertscape fit between the shore of Pacific Ocean and the nearby mountains. Actually, it is a countryside scenery which can be seen all over Peru: mountains, gigantic sand dunes and bone-dry desert. Lima was put on my RTW list more like a transition hub to access southern part of Peru, rather than a major cultural, or a party place. As I have been experiencing certain minor health problems over the course of past weeks, Lima also became something like a medical examination stop-over. But once I was here would it be a true pity just to sit at the hostel, instead of exploring this pulsing vain of Peruvian social and economic life? But first, I had to make my way to Lima. To get a look at some nice and also frightening Andean sceneries, I decided to take a day bus from Huaraz. My hostal owner advised me to book a seat on a side of the bus driver to catch some awesome Andean views. She was so right. The views at majestic snowcapped Andean peaks were breathtaking. As the bus ride advance, we ended up driving on picturesque, but ...

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Tranquila Table Water Fountain by Kenroy Home

Product #: 50004BRZ Finishes: Bronze Finish Combining a small fountain, sand garden, rock garden, and oil candle, Tranquila provides all the essentials of Zen in a simply designed Bronze square. *Oil Canister with Wick Included (Oil Not Included) *Polished River Stones, White Sand, and Rake Included

Monday, April 4, 2011

Viewing Stones at Rosemead Gardens

Rosemead Gardens carries the finest selection of indoor and outdoor viewing stones. These stones are imported from remote locations in China and critiqued based on color, shape, texture, and porosity. Each viewing stone embodies its own spiritual essence and uniqueness. Come see for yourself how one stone can "dance" or another can "take flight". Perhaps you will like the one that seems to exert inertia. Whatever your whims, you'll be delighted by the assortment of viewing stones on display at Rosemead Gardens. Often called scholar rocks by many, these unique stones make a great compliment to any indoor or outdoor garden or as a centerpiece for your viewing pleasure. Come by to choose from our great selection today! We are conveniently located at: 600 S. San Gabriel Blvd. San Gabriel, CA 91776 P 626-285-6767 F 626-285-6733 E Hours: 10am - 5pm Wednesday - Monday Closed Tuesdays & Holidays

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Sax at Bethesda Terrace & Fountain, Central Park, Manhattan, New York City

Bethesda Terrace overlooks The Lake in New York City's Central Park. It is on two levels, united by two grand staircases and a lesser one that passes under Terrace Drive to provide passage southward to the Elkan Naumburg bandshell and The Mall, of which this is the architectural culmination, the theatrical set-piece at the center of the park. The upper terrace flanks the 72nd Street Cross Drive and the lower terrace provides a podium for viewing the Lake. The mustard-olive colored carved stone is New Brunswick sandstone, with a harder stone for cappings, with granite steps and landings, and herringbone paving of Roman brick laid on edge. Bethesda Fountain is the central feature on the lower level of the terrace, constructed in 1859-64,[1] which is enclosed within two elliptical balustrades.[2]. The pool is centered by a fountain sculpture designed by Emma Stebbins in 1868 and unveiled in 1873.[3] Stebbins was the first woman to receive a public commission for a major work of art in New York City.[3] The bronze, eight-foot statue depicts a female winged angel touching down upon the top of the fountain, where water spouts and cascades into an upper basin and into the surrounding pool. It was the only statue in the park called for in the original design. Beneath her are four four-foot cherubs representing Temperance, Purity, Health, and Peace.[3] Also called the Angel of the Waters, the statue refers to the Gospel of John, Chapter 5 where there is a description of an angel ...

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Franklin Inn on Durkee - Appleton Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast

Ph: 920-993-1711 - Toll Free: 888-993-1711 Judy and Ron Halma welcome you to enjoy the beauty and warmth of our turn-of-the-century Victorian with authentic period decor. We offer the best of years gone by combined with today's modern conveniences for your special enjoyment. Open our door for charm and hospitality when you stay at this bed and breakfast in Appleton, WI Ideally located in the quiet and safe downtown historical city park neighborhood. We are only one block from Appleton City Park with the impressive "Ring Dance" sculpture by Dallas Anderson resting in the center of a fountain featuring six bronze children playing an old game enjoyed by African children. Then with an easy two block walk to the College Ave., you will arrive at the downtown specialty shops, finest restaurants, The History Museum at the Castle, Appleton Art Center, and Lawrence University. If you have time to exercise, then why not enjoy the scenic Fox River walking and biking trail only four blocks from the inn? Our guests have found that our location has great appeal! Our location in downtown Appleton is at the heart of many varied attractions with easy access to the interstate roads.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Place Massena - Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, France - Created at TripWow by TravelPod Attractions Place Massena Nice A picturesque city square in Nice's historic quarter. Read more at: Travel blogs from Place Massena: - "The Mardi Gras festivities were gearing up to crown the king that evening at the Place Massena" - " Finally, I settled on a pair of black leather Birkenstock thongs at a small shoe store near Place Massena" - "Walking back to the hotel we were mesmerized by the lights in Place Massena, especially the statue topped columns that were lit up" - "We finished our evening with a stroll past the fountains of Place Massena, then negotiating a meal at McDonalds before returning to the hostel, having a great chat with one of our roommates" - "Reparate - Opera - Palaèa Lascaris - slavno setaliste Promenade des Anglais - Place Massena" - "After dropping my things off, we took a stroll down Jean Medicin to Place Massena, the city main square, which is full of statue of naked man posed differently on tall pillars" - "Taking a bus to the old town, we passed through Place Massena, a huge square with wine-red buildings, holding some historical connection to Napolean" - "Shopping was interesting and wandering through the main square, Place Massena, with its fountains full of huge bronze sculptures was very pleasant in the sun" Read these blogs and more at: Photos from: - Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, France Photos in this video: - "Bronzes in the ...

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Disney Castle - Disneyland

California travel expert Veronica Hill of tours Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland in this episode of "California Travel Tips." Millions of tourists pass through the arches of Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle, but few take the time to explore this amazing landmark. Modeled after the magnificent castle Neu Schwanstein in the Bavarian Alps, this beautiful wood-and-stone reproduction debuted with the Anaheim theme park in 1955. The working drawbridge, surrounded by a moat with friendly ducks, was lowered on opening day and in 1983 during the reopening of Fantasyland. No detail was spared building Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle, from its gold-plated squirrel gargoyles, spires and turrets, to its regal flags, clock chandelier and intricate windows and wooden doors. Look closely on the ground leading to the castle and you'll discover a time capsule buried during the theme parks 40th anniversary. Above the entrance arches you'll see the Walt Disney family crest. You can look for your own family name in the Castle Heraldry Shop while admiring its Knights of Armor and spiked maces on display. Inside the castle, a magic crystal boutique entices shoppers, or you can take a closer look at the drawbridge's mechanics. The castle's namesake is honored with murals from the movie and a bronze drinking fountain featuring Princess Aurora and Prince Philip. In the west hall, you'll discover a display of princess memorabilia, including a cheerful bluebird ...

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Water Fountain by Martin Eichinger

"Symphony in S Minor" a cast bronze water feature created by Martin Eichinger. Inquiries: 503-223-0626 or email:

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Cozy Natural Bronze Makeup Tutuorial (Highly Requested)

Highly Requested make up tutorial. Enjoy! Products I am wearing: Face: Iman Fountain and Concealer earth 4 MAC Mineralized Skin Finish (Dark) Eyes: MAC Bronze on lip Wet N wild Brown crease color Wet n Wild brow bone high light Cheeks: Raisin by MAc Lips: Miliani

Monday, March 28, 2011

"Villas of Tivoli" Ahartry's photos about Tivoli, Italy

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Tivoli, Italy by TravelPod blogger Ahartry titled "Villas of Tivoli" Ahartry's travel blog entry: "The day dawned clear and bright - lovely. We breakfasted, then left our flat a little before 09.00h. When we arrived at the Trevi Fountain, the crowd was substantially smaller than it had been previously. The fountain was being cleaned ... but, as it was almost 09.00h, we decided to wait to see if they turned it on ... and, indeed, it was not long before the fountain began to flow. The Trevi Fountain is really very absurd. It sits in a very small piazza - really more of an opening between buildings where three roads come together. A giant figure of Neptune seems to burst out of the building, while, below him, two other figures wrestle with massive horses. It seems to epitomize baroque excess. From the Trevi, we walked to the church of Santa Maria Maggiore - our first foray into Vatican Territory (oooh). The main basilica dates back to the 5th century CE, and the original mosaics are intact. Unfortunately, they are so high above the floor that it is impossible to see them much at all. Instead, we went around the outside, gaping at the very elaborate chapels and, beneath the altar, the golden and silver urn that supposedly contains a fragment of Jesus' crib. From the church, we went a few blocks to the train station. The signs to the Rental Cars seemed to lead us in circles, but, after several kilometres of walking, we found ...

Sunday, March 27, 2011

How to Lose Fat on Vacation second in our series of taking the diet on vacation to Puerto Vallarta, MexicoPuerto Vallarta is famous for its Malecon that stretches along the impressive beach. This is obviously one of the best places in the city to take a walk. PV is great. Lots of great eats. Go to Playa de los Muertos. Its in the old PV. This is the beach that started ALL of the tourist to go during Elizabet Taylor and Richard Burton Movie in the 60's. There is a great Restaurant Beach bungalow type eats called "El Dorado" right on the sand. Have some drinks there and maybe a fish on a stick. Highly recomend. Walk the "MALECON" in middle of town (Ocean Boardwalk) after dinner in one of the MANY Restaurants there. Lots of galleries, shops,etc. The beaches south of PV are BY FAR much nicer (SAND & WATER WISE) than north of PV. PV is safe. Lots of tourists from all over the world. The Dolphins" is located next to the Los Arcos Amphitheater on the Malecon, in El Centro. This fountain is a modern bronze sculpture sitting atop a circular domed shape fountain. Sculptor James Bottoms created it as a gift to Puerto Vallarta from sister city, Santa Barbara California. The three dolphins in the monument represent the brotherhood of the two cities and the friendship that unites them. Each dolphin appears to look in a different direction, one towards the city, one towards the sky and the other to the sea.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Bronze Boy and Girl Birdbath Fountain

A Lost Wax Method Bronze Sculpture depicting a brother boosting his sister up for a drink from the fountain.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Floyds Knobs ----- For more information, contact: Robey Farrar Team, 502-357-7226, ReMax Associates ----- Fantastic custom built home in the Floyds Knobs area on almost 9+/- acres with the most AMAZING views!!! From the front of the homes the views overlook Southern Indiana and downtown Louisville and from the rear of the home the views overlook a beautiful 7 acre lake!! There's not another lot in around to have these views from the front and rear of the home!!!! Beautiful 2 story Marble tile entry foyer with large bronze fountain welcomes you into this one of a kind home with amazing stone style moldings and trim throughout!! You can enjoy workin...

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The acclaimed Statue of Manneken Pis, and some waffles

Manneken Pis (help·info) (literally little man pee in Marols, a dialect spoken in Brussels, also known in French as le Petit Julien), is a famous Brussels landmark. It is a small bronze fountain sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating into the fountain's basin. It was designed by Jerome Duquesnoy and put in place in 1618 or 1619.[1] It bears a similar cultural significance as Copenhagen's Little Mermaid.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

"Of palaces, castles and cathedrals" Zento's photos about Segovia, Spain

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Segovia, Spain by TravelPod blogger Zento titled "Of palaces, castles and cathedrals" Zento's travel blog entry: "This Sunday's stop was the old city of Segovia. I had been here before once with my Dad when I was 11 years old and I had a few vague memories. Like the medieval tavern-like restaurant with a front view of the Roman Aqueduct where he ordered suckling pig and I refused to eat it because I was so sad for the baby pig. He made me eat it anyway and I loved it. This time, Mom, Dad, Sophie, Ed and I went together to relive my old fading memories. Our first stop was the Palacio Real de la Granja de San Ildefonso. This was the summer palace for the Spanish monarchs of the 18th century. We didn't actually go in the palace as we decided to take the time to visit the gardens which were much more attractive. White marble statues and Neoclassical vases adorned the main gardens together with the beds of perfectly selected flowers. The gardens were a never-ending maze of avenues leading to dazzling pompous fountains with lead statues painted with auburn bronze-like paint. Unfortunately all of the fountains were turned off; since they use up too much water, they are made functional only three times a year. All of the fountains were dedicated to some pagan god or goddess, or mythical figures and animals such as Poseidon, Diana, Apollo, Andromeda, Saturn, dragons in half moons, cherubs riding swans, dolphins spewing water ...

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Brownish granite sink and bubbler baptize outdoors works fine

Here is a mermaid bronze fountain with granite basin shell is shown with optional swimming pool and surround the ring of spray. To see the larger fountains like this directly at

Monday, March 21, 2011

GEORGE MINNE ~ sculptor ~ (°1866 - 1941).

GEORGE MINNE was a Belgian artist and sculptor famous for his idealized depictions of man's inner spiritual conflicts. A contemporary of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, Minne shows many similarities in both form and subject matter to the Viennese Secessionists, the fathers of Art Nouveau. Minne trained at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, then in the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels from 1895 through 1899, and in 1891 was elected a member of the arts group Les XX. His most famous works are the "Kneeling Youth" series of sculptures, including "The Fountain of Kneeling Youths", a bronze-cast fountain in his home town of Ghent (the Marble originals are at the Folkwang Museum in Essen, Germany), as well as various smaller sculptures in private and museum holdings, such as the pair of "Kneeling Youths" at the Neue Galerie in New York City.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Pioneer Women's Memorial bubbler in Kings Park

The iconic nine foot bronze sculpture by Margaret Priest, located in the Pioneer Women's Memorial fountain in Kings Park, has been restored to its former glory so it can sparkle once again.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Blendworth Solar Birdbath Fountain at

The Blendworth is both an attractive Bird Bath and decorative solar water fountain. This solar water feature is constructed from maintenance-free stone resin and finished in either Aged Granite or Oiled Bronze effect. The Blendworth is supplied with an integrated solar panel and pump, with no wires to trail or disguise. Visit for more details and pricing.

Friday, March 18, 2011

"Gotta adulation that Bolognese Sauce" Carriejustin's photos about Bologna, Italy

A TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow of a travel blog to Bologna, Italy by TravelPod blogger Carriejustin titled "Gotta love that Bolognese Sauce" Carriejustin's travel blog entry: "We only had about a day and a half to spend in Bologna but it was well worth it to be able to see the red buildings and eat the rich foods. Bologna is known as La Grassa (The Fat) not because the people are fat OH NO but because of the food and how wonderfully rich it is. We found it hard to discover the real city when our only full day was on Sunday, and as we are sure you must know Italy shuts down on Sundays. We decided we would have to come back to see and taste the real city sometime soon." Read and see more at: Photos from this trip: 1. "Bologna Sidewalk" 2. "Did we mention the heat?" 3. "One of the many markets." 4. "The bronze fountain of Neptune" 5. "Things open on a Sunday" See this TripWow and more at

Thursday, March 17, 2011



Wednesday, March 16, 2011

PAIN Brokeback Fountain trophy

To get Brokeback Fountain, use Rugged Jarvis to take any male character for a dip in the hot tub. Then take him deep inside the Heiny Mine in Fail Village This is a bronze DLC trophy from Qelqoth of the Oochmasters clan. Rugged Jarvis was feeling a little wild, and he picked Jeff as his male playmate. He pulled him into the snow blower, which flung them into a lamp. They were electrocuted and thrown onto the ski jump. After sliding on the ice Jeff & Jarvis were getting cold, so Jarvis ooched them onto the geyser opening. Jarvis changed hands to get things going again, and the geyser erupted. How romantic! They soared among the clouds together, landing on Bikini Chick in the hot tub. Jeff & Jarvis got another liquid explosion, and flew across the village to the Heiny Mine. Jarvis took Jeff deep inside the Heiny, then the cart tipped and Jarvis lost his grasp on Jeff. Pity, really, they made a cute couple.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Nice - Ligne d'Azur Tramway

A tram on the Nice 'Ligne d'Azur' tramway enters the Place Massena from the Avenue Jean-Medecin on a sunny and warm October day. Construction of the buildings in the square commenced in 1815 in the Italian style. The tram turns to the east at the Massena fountain, which rises and falls from its basin, surrounded by four bronze horses.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Buckingham Fountain - Chicago, Illinois, United States - Created at TripWow by TravelPod Attractions Buckingham Fountain Chicago Chicago's landmark is considered one of America's finest fountains due to its Beaux-Arts-style landscape design, finely wrought bronze sculpture and innovative use of technology. Read more at: Travel blogs from Buckingham Fountain: - "I also went to Grant Park (a small area of sculptures and strangely laid-out gardens) to check out the Buckingham Fountain and other little tourist hotspots" - "From the Planetarium I walked back along the lakeside and marina to see the beautiful Buckingham fountain and also a very unusual sculpture in the south of the park area which has lots of headless giant people walking" - "Just before I got to the concert grounds I walked by Buckingham Fountain and took a few pictures" - "We started off at the public library for some free internet and then after a tasty bagel from across the street walked down to Buckingham fountain which shoots water 150ft into the air on the hour every hour" Read these blogs and more at: Photos from: - Chicago, Illinois, United States Photos in this video: - "Wedding proposal at Buckingham Fountain" by Tanyabolt from a blog titled "The windy city" - "Buckingham Fountain at Millennium Park" by Cestlavie from a blog titled "Chicagoland" - "Ross family at Buckingham Fountain" by Saraishness from a blog titled "Chicago Day 2" - "Buckingham Fountain, Chicago" by Shaneandsam from a blog ...

Saturday, March 12, 2011


Fountain in downtown Idaho Falls with two bronze eagles on top.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Brokeback Fountain

Custom bronze trophy created by me for the Oochmasters clan. Objective is to take any male character into the hot tub and then deep inside the Heiny Mine.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Public art confused to new location A piece of public art has a new home in downtown Eugene. Crews installed a stainless steel and bronze fountain in front of the Hilton hotel on Tuesday. Eugene-based artist Steve Reinmuth created it for the city nine years ago. It used to be at the city's fire headquarters, but the city moved it

Monday, March 7, 2011

"Rome 2006" photo Peever Rome, Italy

A TripAdvisor ™ TripWow submission of a travel blog in Rome, Italy by TravelPod blogger Peever entitled "Rome 2006" Peever trip entry .. blog! "Rome was just incredible I'm an old world, love and Rome is my dream place for weeks on end I could not surprising in this town have Sadely we started we had two days at the Vatican, the original Incredible! Laocoon. This is actually a painting. It 'seems to have 3D and needless to say, I have reason! Sites Chapel. For those who havetraveled know that it is forbidden by the images ... If you get caught. There was no way, I paid 20 € for a photo outside of it, if I could sneak into each other. =) Overall, the Vatican has been truly amazing. See all the works I had seen in books or documentaries. Of course it was a lot of people did not bother me. Next up was my favorite and the most sought after stopping for the entire trip. Ancient Rome! From the beauty of the Roman Forum to the Colosseum this massiveLocation was a few hours from heaven to me! This is a statue of Julius Caesar. Hard to say how great it is only through the image, but I assure you that it was strong enough! When I turned the corner was what I was greated! My first view of ancient Rome. Turn your head left and I had reached this impressive! Look at the bottom of peopl There is a sense of how big the arc was to get. anicent apartments built on a hill! A better, larger ball, a large part of the Roman Forum was CesarBurned here ...

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Lomelis Statuary Grand Palazzo Fountain

Lomelis Statuary Grand Palazzo Fountain 3 Tier featured on the Pond and Fountain World retail lot in Louisville, Ky.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Fire and Water fountain

This is a combined fountain and oil-lamp made of bronze and copper. Height 80cm (32") width 53cm (13") See for more information

Friday, March 4, 2011

Handmade Tabletop Copper Fountain NEW!

A beautiful, handmade, original hammered copper fountain with handmade, hammered copper bowl. The fountain can be displayed indoors or out. I love working in copper, but I also work in other metals. You can see my cast bronze and stainless steel sculptures, my Celtic Art, and Origamals! and much more on my web site:

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Outdoor Water Fountain Website Have you been looking for a site to provide you with information, tips & the best deals all over the web for an outdoor water fountain? Then look no further, you've come to the right place. Nothing can instantly add elegance and class to your backyard like a stylish outdoor water fountain. And don't go for cheap China imitations either. Almost all the models we feature are built right here in the USA! From classic rock fountains to tier fountains to contemporary ones, you're bound to find the outdoor water fountain of your choice with our wide selections of backyard fountains. Come take a look at how easy it would be to own your dream backyard! http

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

German Art in HDTV - Reinhold Begas - Kunstarchiv Berlin-Deutschland-Art Archive-Germany in abounding HD

Reinhold Begas im Kunstarchiv Berlin - Deutschland. Der Künstler, Bildhauer und Impressionist schuf die Plastik am Brunnen aus Bronze 1886 19. Jahrhundert. Titel Neptunbrunnen. Sie steht in Berlin Mitte und ist ein Beispiel für Deutsche Kunst = Impressionismus. Dieses Video kann auch zur Lehrerfortbildung und Unterrichtsgestaltung im Fach Kunst eingesetzt werden und dient zur Erweiterung für den Kunstunterricht. Mehr Videos auch unter Google und Youtube TV in full HD - HDTV 1920 x 1080. The Art Archive Berlin - Germany http present the sculpture in bronze at the Neptune fountain from artist, sculptor and impressionist Reinhold Begas dated in 1886 19th century with a video in full HD (HDTV). It's a sample for German Art = impressionism. You can see it also about Google or Youtube TV in full HD - HDTV 1920 x 1080. Also for art teatchers for art lessons.

Monday, February 28, 2011

Bronze Ducks Fountain 15-00884

This is one of our more popular designs over the years. Many customers use this piece simply as garden statuary because of its wonderful design. It is plumbed and ready to be used as a fountain also. © the GATZ Home and Garden

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Forces of Nature

Magic happens in a moonlit night, as the god Mercury embodies the figure of a bronze statue of Aphrodite with an evening to celebrate the goddess of love. Vines playfully to life exciting and distracting Mercury with an exotic dance. Aphrodite, in the form of a beautiful fountain, hang out and attracts enthusiastic Messenger in her arms. to weave the mysterious forces of nature, these elements together into a compelling tapestry of music, art and dance ... but it is enough to clip the wings ofMercury capricious? "Force of Nature" for all types of events, internal and external page.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Buckingham Fountain - Chicago, Illinois, USA - a TravelPod TripWow attractions of Buckingham Fountain landmark Building in Chicago Chicago is one of the most beautiful fountains of America because of its landscape design Beaux-Arts style is considered, finely wrought bronze sculpture, and innovative use of technology. Read more on: reports journey from Buckingham Fountain: - "I went to Grant Park (a small region of the strange sculptures and gardens) to review the Buckingham Fountain and other touristHotspots "-" Since I came back Planetarium on the lakefront and marina on the beautiful Buckingham see well, and also a very unusual sculpture in southern area of the park that many people have headless giant foot "-" short before I came to reasons for the concert I went to Buckingham Fountain took a couple of photos - "We started in the public library of some free internet and then after a delicious donut across the street went to Buckingham Fountain, sproutsWater 150 feet into the air every hour on the hour, "read this blog, and more: Pictures: - Chicago, Illinois, United States of America photos in this video -" The wedding proposal Buckingham Fountain "in Tanyabolt from a blog called" The Windy City "-" Buckingham Fountain in Millennium Park "Cestlavie from a blog called" Chicago "-" Ross family at Buckingham Fountain "in Saraishness a blog called" days of Chicago 2 "-" Buckingham Fountain, Chicago "Shaneandsam of a blog...

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Johnny Barnes in Bermuda

If he were anywhere else in the world of men in white coats the lock-up and throw away the key. But this is Bermuda, and every morning on weekdays 5.00 10.00 a clock, is a former bus driver Johnny Barnes in the middle of the Crow Lane roundabout and said a cheerful good morning! Bermuda commuters. Rain or shine he is always there with his radio, backpack and a straw hat, which provides a glimmer of hope that does not work as bad as it usually is. In recognition of this, he beat many of Bermudatogether and commissioned local sculptor Desmond Fountain, a bronze statue of Johnny, who is now close to the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute to create.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

George Tsutakawa 1970 Fountain - Seven Flowers Artist: Tsutakawa, George, 1910-1997, sculptor. Uchida, Jack, engineer. Title: Fountain, (sculpture). Other title: (Pacific First Federal Fountain), (sculpture). Date: 1970. Medium Fountain: bronze, concrete and light; Basin: concrete and brick. Size: Fontana: Approx H. 4 feet 2 1 / 2 "W x 7 ft. 6 in. diam. 4 feet 6 inches; basin: about 1 foot 2 inches x 7 feet 6 inches x HW diam. 4 ft 1 1 / 2 inches Inscription: Size (in metal ring fountain from the elements,raised letters:) 1970 / G. TSUTAKAWA sculptor J. UCHIDA Engr. Signed Description: A well, comprising seven abstract forms, each module has a small flower in the middle of a larger oval. Water flows from each of the flowers. The abstract shapes on the contributions of unequal height, and is mounted on a metal ring in the middle of a round pool with concrete edge of bricks. At the center of the circle of abstract forms, three spotlights. Subject: Summary - geometric objectCategory: Outdoor Sculpture - Washington - Bellevue fountain sculpture Owner: Washington Mutual Savings Bank, 10550 NE 8th Street, Bellevue, Washington 98004 Provenance: Ex Pacific First Federal Savings Bank subsidiary. Comments: File IAS contains articles that Kingsbury Martha's by George Tsutakawa, Bellevue, WA: Bellevue Art Museum, 1990, pg 97.. For more details, see the video of Kenneth Mark Levine, "Northwest Visionaries", Seattle: Iris Films, 1979 . Washington Mutual Savings...

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Central Plaza Arequipa - Arequipa - Peru

Surrounded by three portals and the Cathedral Church (Cabildo, Delicias and Regocijo) shows the site of a bronze fountain topped by three panels of the figure of "Tuturutu," which was, according to legend, the news blows his horn ( August 2007).

Monday, February 21, 2011

"Bologna and the beach" photo Giulianat of Bologna, Italy

A TripAdvisor ™ TripWow submission of a travel blog in Bologna, Italy Giulianat TravelPod bloggers entitled "Bologna and the beach of" voice Giulianat travel blog: "So I am quite beautiful, in Rimini, which is not to say that I never had a problem, but I'm relaxing in the Italian way of life. The main problem I have right now trying to get something to become a "permmesso residence" in English "authorization" from a local police station. I have to go and Get this waswithin 8 working days from the time when I was in Italy. Apparently I went at that time, but here's why: My cousins friend helped me go to the police and talk to the police in order to obtain a residence permit. The first time we went (this was after only 6 working days), the policeman told us to come back another day and in the meantime he gave me his number on a piece of paper and told to go get him coffee. Needless to say, I threw in the trash - hasseemed to be obsessed with the search for an Australian friend (so if anyone looking for a hoy me - no, I do not think that would really lose a few screws). However, we came back a day, he said, and said another police officer who was the wrong day and come back another day and we had to queue at another building department. We did it yesterday, and waited two hours before opening (in a queue of about 60 people), a woman came only after it was opened, and everyone says thatthey ...

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Manneken Pis, Brussels

Manneken Pis (little man literally pee in Dutch, French and called Le Petit Julien) is a famous landmark in Brussels. This is a small fountain, bronze sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating into the fountain basin. It was designed by Jerome Duquesnoy and implemented in 1618 or 1619th It has a similar meaning as a cultural mermaid in Copenhagen. There are several legends behind this statue, but the most famous is that of Duke Godfrey III of Leuven. In 1142, theThe troops were fighting the Lord of two years against the troops of Berthouts, the lords of Grimbergen, in Ransbeke (now Neder-over-HEEMBEEK). The troops put the infant in a basket and Sir hung the cage in a tree in order to encourage them. From there, the boy who urinated Berthouts troops finally lost the battle. The statue is dressed in traditional costume in a week, according to a published calendar that is posted on the railing around the fountain. His wardrobe consists ofseveral hundred different costumes, many of which can be displayed in a permanent exhibition in the Museum, the Grand Place, opposite the town hall. The costumes are non-profit association managed by the Friends of Manneken Pis, the hundreds of projects submitted each year to review and select a limited number are produced and used.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Bronze Mermaid with Turtle Fountain 15-00886

Wonderful design and color. Excellent detail in the overall design of the piece. All plumbed in front of those ready to work and if you should get. © The Gatz Home & Garden

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Rosemead Gardens 1 - Home & Garden Network

Bring your design ideas at Rosemead Gardens today and see what it can do 40 years of experience in landscape design for you. Rosemead Gardens has one of the largest selections of natural stone, marble, concrete and bronze in S. California. Each piece is hand-selected by the owners, the landscape architect and president of Richard Liu Maria Liu Rosemead Gardens. Richard likes to take natural elements in his garden designs, and has an eye for detail that only the most demanding customersappreciate knowing. Richard is often still not satisfied with a project and modify it further to be perfect, while the client is very happy. Mary is an expert in helping customers choose the right pots, statues and fountains to compliment your existing design elements and colors of the house and can help with a variety of other projects. Please enable today! We are located at: 600 S. San Gabriel Blvd. San Gabriel, CA 91776 626-285-6767 FP626-285-6733 E opening hours: 10.00 to 17.00 clock Wednesday - Monday, Tuesday and holidays closed ****** As seen on Home & Garden Network ** ****

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Marriott San Francisco Check Out The Bullet With Me Right Here Lifts Great accommodation in San Francisco

From my website: www.san Francisco Waterfront. The Marriott in San Francisco has this cool ball lifts that take your breath away when you laugh about yourself. Go on a tour! They have a bronze sculpture inspired by Matisse around the fountain and some fabulous chairs and stools to roll with your favorite novel. That was my favorite lobby chair by far! Pro Convenient location, large bathrooms and luxurious, recently renovated. Cons: It lacks personality.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Solar Birdbath Fountain Blendworth

Value Blend is both an attractive and decorative bird bath solar fountain. The function of solar water resins serviceable stone built and is finished at the age of granite or bronze effect oiled. Value Blend has an integrated solar panel and pump, without cables to carry or conceal. Visit for details and prices.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

View Stones Gardens Rosemead

Rosemead Gardens has the best selection of internal and external, that rocks. These stones are from remote locations in China, introduced and criticized on the basis of color, shape, texture and porosity. Each stone represents its spiritual essence and unique view. Come and see for yourself how a stone can "dance" or another can "take flight". Maybe you like to be involved in this inertia seems. Whatever your whim, you will be thrilled by the choice of stones on the displayRosemead Gardens. Often, as a scholar of many rocks to make these unique pieces is a great compliment to all indoor and outdoor gardens or as a centerpiece for your viewing pleasure. Come choose from our wide selection today! We are located at: 600 S. San Gabriel Blvd. San Gabriel, CA 91776 626-285-6767 626-285-6733 F PE opening hours: from 10.00 to 05.00 clock Wednesday - Monday Closed Tuesday & Holidays

Friday, February 11, 2011

The world is better bubbler - Bubbler Wealth

Supported by four 13.8-meter high bronze legs and covers an area of 1683.07 feet, the Fountain of Wealth has the status of "World's Largest Fountain" 1998 edition of Guinness Book of World Records granted. E 'symbolically the ring in the palm of your hand and ensures the preservation of wealth

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Y Percy Jackson and the Olympians The Lightning Thief Movie Trailer HD

Perseus "Percy Jackson is a troubled young man of 12 years, from every school I ever attended introduced kicked. His most recent school Yancy Academy, New York, where his usual anger seems to be worse than usual. He few friends at school, one of them hiding in the satyr, Grover Underwood. During a trip to a museum, Grover is upset a tyrant named Nancy Bobofit and in a fit of anger, Percy charged water into a nearby well for Nancy train duringLunch. He is in the museum of ancient Greece that his pre-algebra teacher, Mrs. Dodds call turns into a rage and attacked him. A moment later, he accused Mr. Brunner, a teacher's favorite Percy, his pen to Percy, who instead receives a bronze sword. Percy manages the anger inside and out with the sword, which is once again destroy a spring. Percy asked him what just happened, "said Mr. Brunner, he saw nothing special, and commented on how Percy would bring histheir pens in the future. Percy questions as companions' of the same thing, they behave as if there is ever a "Mrs. Dodd," but noted Percy, Grover's mind when he realizes that Percy hesitates when it comes to "Mrs. Dodd." As the school year is approaching, listen to Percy Grover and Mr. Brunner about him. When he comes home on a bus with Grover, who sees three old ladies knitting a sock giant Grover seem intensely worried. Percy trenches...

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

to confuse public position new art A piece of public art has a new home in downtown Eugene. Crews installed a stainless steel and bronze fountain in front of the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday. Steve Reinmuth Eugene-based artist creates for the city nine years ago. It 'used to fire in the city center, but drew the downtowneugene.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Monday, February 7, 2011

Rosemead Gardens 2 - Home & Garden Network

If you share a passion for art, beauty and nature, Rosemead Gardens is the place to go to bring all your dreams, decorations for life. With landscape architect Richard Liu, president of Maria Liu Rosemead Gardens, you can make a common courtyard in a quiet place, to keep an eclectic garden of stones and statues, or the ideal place for guests. We welcome all inquiries, if you are just starting out with an idea or finding the perfect sculpture for a completeProject. Please enable today to see what can be done 40 years of experience in landscaping for you! We are located at: 600 S. San Gabriel Blvd. San Gabriel, CA 91776 626-285-6767 626-285-6733 F PE opening hours: from 10.00 to 05.00 clock Wednesday - Monday Closed Tuesday & Holidays ****** For As regards the See Home & Garden Network ******

Sunday, February 6, 2011

140 Fountain Springs Road, Holly Springs, NC 27 540 Bronze

140 Fountain Springs Road, Holly Springs, NC 27540 Towne House to house price! Double garage, covered entry. Living room with fireplace is open to the breakfast area. 3 good size bedrooms upstairs. Separate laundry. Patio outs for cooking. Flat fenced back yard, a common area for privacy. Arbor Creek swimming, picnicking, playground and parks. Home Warranty of AF. Sales at Arbor Creek. Easy commute.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Il Marecchia è l'albero dell'acqua. La fontana di Torriana, Rimini.

Questa fontana è stata ideata da Tonino Guerra, progettata da Rita Ronconi e Claudio Lazzarini, e realizzata dall'amministrazione comunale di Torriana nell'agosto del 1992. Il nome della fontana è "Il Marecchia è l'albero dell'acqua". La frase del poeta Tonino Guerra incisa sulla formella di terracotta vicino alla fontana: " Questa fontana vuole vuole essere un ritratto del nostro fiume che d'estate muove i suoi rami tra i sassi diventando così l'albero dell'acqua". Io sono l'autore delle fotografie originali e della presentazione. Gigi Muccioli.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Getting Ready For Spring and Summertime Entertaining With Outdoor Lighting, Part One

Around wintertime, people are feeling the blues of having to stay cooped up inside the house. You gaze at the windows into the backyard, imagining the sun beaming down as you sip a margarita by the pool underneath your gazebo (that has a Garden Winds replacement canopy on it!). You anticipate the day when the first signs of spring break through, and as soon as you know it, you are outside again, enjoying the fresh, clean air, and taking in the lovely surroundings of your outdoor oasis. Well, you don't have to wait any longer! Why not get a head start and prepare your backyard for all of your spring and summer gatherings? Or you can brave the winter cold and start enjoying your yard again, with outdoor lighting? This article is part one in a series of three articles about lighting, and the many different types available to add ambiance and warmth to an outdoor setting. In part one, fire pots and torches are discussed.

As homeowners, lots of labor and love are placed into making the home a place to entertain, to live, and to enjoy. The same goes for the outdoors. Lots of time and effort are placed so that the backyard can become a getaway without having to travel far. You can create your own escape with flowers, trees, grass, a pool, gazebo, and other things. Why not add another dimension with lighting? Artificial lighting or natural lighting (fire) are options to consider when decorating with outdoor lights.

Vesta Fire Pot

A fire pot is a container made of earthenware that carries fire. Fire pots have been used since prehistoric times to transport fire from one place to another for warmth while traveling. In addition, they were used for cooking, for religious ceremonies and as weapons of war. Today, fire pots are handcrafted, ceramic works of art that come in a variety of shapes and colors. They create a stunning display without the smoke and the hassle of cleaning up messy ashes. Fire pots use alcohol-based, environmentally friendly gel fuel. The gel fuel burns cleanly and can be used indoors.

The Vesta fire pot combines the strong lines of a rectangle with the ever-changing shape of the fire. It was named after the Roman goddess of hearth and home. The Vesta fire pot displays exciting fire and adds a unique look to a garden or a tabletop. Its body creates clean lines and its dual tones lend interest to the piece. In addition, it can easily be distinguished with a metal snuffer. The four pads on the bottom of the fire pot enable it to sit on a flat, fireproof surface, and its ceramic construction offers versatility. The finish is hand applied, making each fire pot look distinct.


Set the mood while entertaining with a torch. Torches are great for parties and get togethers, or just relaxing after a long day's work. You can easily create a warm, festive and tropical environment with a lighted torch. The most commonly known type is the tiki torch, but they are also available in various materials such as copper, steel, and bamboo. A Vesta torch, Maderas Hanging Tealight, Copper Spiral Lawn Torch, are just a few examples offered.


Add a Mediterranean inspired Citronella flame to the outdoors. The flame lamp features a bronze powder coated finish on all aluminum construction, featuring a leaf and bowl motif with a large candelabra wick system for maximum flame. The container is easy to fill, and uses a standard lamp oil or citronella oil. The citronella oil repels insects. Adding just 20 ounces of fuel will light the torch for over eight hours-that's the entire evening! The wick, made of fiberglass will never burn down. It has a heavy weighted base that provides good stability. The attached flame cup easily extinguishes the flame.

Maderas Hanging Tealight

As we discover that entertaining outdoors is an excellent alternative to entertaining indoors, the use of lighting has a great effect on the setting and the mood. The Maderas Hanging Tealight set are candle holders that are an ideal accompaniment to an evening of dinner, drinks, and good conversation at the end of a summer's day. This tea light holder is made of wrought iron with a chocolate brown powder coat and includes twelve tea light glasses, for a stunning cascade of illumination.

Copper Spiral Lawn Torch

These copper brushed torches are a great way to add light and ambiance to your backyard gatherings. The two-piece pole design allows you to stake them into the ground with an overall height of 50". It is topped with a thick, long-lasting fiberglass wick, and a snuffer cap on a chain to quickly put the flame out. It can burn for up to five hours, using lamp oil or citronella oil.