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  • [1] Les feuilles de style en cascade
    12/08/2006 CSS Les feuilles de style en cascade, niveau 2 Traduction en français des spécifications CSS du W3C. Ces informations proviennent du site www.yoyodesign.org
    Mot clé = cover | Niveau = 2

  • [2] UnrecoverableEntryException
    01/09/2006 java.security.UnrecoverableEntryException Les API Java 1.5 du site de sun. En anglais...
    Mot clé = cover | Niveau = 2

  • [3] UnrecoverableKeyException
    30/08/2006 java.security.UnrecoverableKeyException Les API Java 1.5 du site de sun. En anglais...
    Mot clé = cover | Niveau = 2

  • [4] 6 photos en rapport avec cover
    12/11/2018 Il est possible de consulter les photos selon le flux de la galerie, mais aussi selon certaines recherches, que ce soit par tags comme dans ce cas, ou selon les meta données des photos.
    Mot clé = cover | Niveau = 11

  • [5] La tour d'Eben-Ezer
    23/11/2018 A Belgian self-built tower inspired by the bible and ancient civilizations. Eben-Ezer Tower is a tower-museum built by Robert Garcet to Eben-Emael (common Bassenge ), north of Liège. Its proportions are based on those of the New Jerusalem , according to John. According to its architect, Robert Garcet , each stone has a revelation and the figures speak for themselves. The building, 33 meters high on a square plan with turret corners, is constructed of large stones of flint on a deep well of 33 meters also. One of the leading manufacturer is Krawinckel Gilbert. Its seven floors are crowned by the four cherubim of the Apocalypse, scupted in stone: Taurus, northwest, man, south-west, Leo, southeast, and the Eagle, the northeast. At the base of the tower, a stone circle draws her twelve pillars between the bushes, each standing stone is distant from each other by 3.33 meters. As for the monumental staircase that runs down the hillside, he, too, the dimensions required by an ancient esoteric . In the Bible, Eben-Ezer is the Stone of help, the memorial stone set up by Samuel after a defeat of the Philistines, as a memorial of the aid received in connection with God (1 Sat 7:7 - 12), near Mizpah (Benjamin), near the western entrance to the pass of Beth-horon. The Tower of Eben-Ezer is a self-built castle constructed in the 1960s by a single man in the isolated Jeker valley of Belgium. The builder, Robert Garcet, was fascinated with the Bible, numerology and ancient civilizations. The entire seven-level tower is built of flint, and according to Garcet, was designed using ancient mystical measurements. On the top of the tower are four giant biblical animals, and the interior is full of Garcet's biblical, archaeological, paleontological and geological art. Even more curious is that although the tower only looks ancient, it sits on top of a vast network of truly ancient tunnels. Garcet claims to have discovered over a hundred "new" fossilized creatures and a 70-million year-old village in the labyrinth of tunnels under the tower! Unfortunately, the village was destroyed by a mining explosion before it could be studied. A new educational space called the Geospadium takes the visitor on a tour of the history and use of the flint stone. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, and Atlas Oscura.
    Mot clé = La tour d'Eben-Ezer | Niveau = 12

  • [6] Flight Forum
    30/11/2018 A strategic business location in the heart of Europe Business park Flight Forum is strategically situated close to Eindhoven Airport with easy access to the rest of the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the rest of Europe. Business park Flight Forum Flight Forum is a high quality, mixed business park at Eindhoven Airport. It covers an area of 65 hectares and comprises an office cluster with parcels for 20 to 25 independent office premises, ranging in size from 2,500 to 10,000 m2 gfa. In addition, five commercial clusters are being developed measuring 270,000m2 that will provide 175.000m2 of warehouse space. Around 40% of the plan has already been completed.
    Mot clé = Flight Forum | Niveau = 13

  • [7] Flight Forum Reflection
    19/11/2018 A strategic business location in the heart of Europe Business park Flight Forum is strategically situated close to Eindhoven Airport with easy access to the rest of the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the rest of Europe. Business park Flight Forum Flight Forum is a high quality, mixed business park at Eindhoven Airport. It covers an area of 65 hectares and comprises an office cluster with parcels for 20 to 25 independent office premises, ranging in size from 2,500 to 10,000 m2 gfa. In addition, five commercial clusters are being developed measuring 270,000m2 that will provide 175.000m2 of warehouse space. Around 40% of the plan has already been completed.
    Mot clé = Flight Forum Reflection | Niveau = 14

  • [8] Energeia cylinders - bw
    19/11/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Energeia cylinders - bw | Niveau = 15

  • [9] Energeia cylinders
    24/11/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Energeia cylinders | Niveau = 16

  • [10] Energeia upstairs overview
    16/11/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Energeia upstairs overview | Niveau = 17

  • [11] Energeia wheel
    28/11/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Energeia wheel | Niveau = 18

  • [12] Energeia Lab
    30/11/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Energeia Lab | Niveau = 19

  • [13] Plan room
    03/12/2018 Pinky: 'What are we doing tonight?' Brain: 'The same thing we do every night, binky boy; try to take over the world!' Minus : « Dis, Cortex, tu veux faire quoi cette nuit ?» Cortex : « La même chose que chaque nuit, Minus. Tenter de conquérir le monde !» The past times… Build in the beginning of the 20th century, the domain contained the power station, administrative buildings, official residences and green spaces. The powerplant was build to use coal,oil & gas as fuel. The electricity production was put to stop in 2001, and the production of steam and hot water for district heating belonged now to the past, after the build of a new powerplant. A small active part of this almost untouched power station still gives everyday power to some surrounded industries. Since part of the power plant is always active, there are guards and blue-collar workers who work in this place. So the buildings are relatively protected from human degradations. Thus, ECVB (AKA CEFB for Centrales Électriques des Flandres et du Brabant) is a fairly unique in terms of abandoned industry. However, recently copper thieves are there and destroy this splendid place. … to the present time Until now, the only damage here is the result of nature’s efforts to reclaim its territory. Moss infected the turbines and machinery, plants and grass grew from edges of the rusty metalwork. There are turbines, exhaust pipes, gauges, control rooms, pretty much everything you would expect for an industry urbex. The boilers, turbines, electrical systems and the equipment are still more or less intact, preserved. Besides some rust and peeling paint the station is covered with dust and asbestos. It is enough to a very small effort of imagination to see the blue-collar workers working in this old power plant. A unique feeling I particularly like these places haunted by gigantic rusted metal monsters which lead us in the post-apocalyptic universe of comic-strip of Simon Dufleuve or games such as imaginary landscapes Fallout3 or Resident Evil.
    Mot clé = Plan room | Niveau = 20

  • [14] Electricity panel
    25/11/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Electricity panel | Niveau = 21

  • [15] Fallout electricity and chemistry visit...
    31/10/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Fallout electricity and chemistry visit... | Niveau = 22

  • [16] Fallout experiment
    24/11/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Fallout experiment | Niveau = 23

  • [17] L-314210
    04/12/2018 Toutes les photos et les infos : www.gaudry.be/photo/ecvb-musee-energeia/ Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = L-314210 | Niveau = 24

  • [18] Oxyhydrogen meter - limelight
    13/11/2018 Limelight Limelight (oxy-hydrogen blowpipe) was replaced by electric arc lighting in the late 19th century. Energeia-Museum, Electricity and lighting through the years This museum,situated in an old power station, was closed by Electrabel because the frequenting was not important enough. All measuring equipment, with preserved fixtures and fittings, steam engines, steam turbines and the didactic material still present at the time of the visit, were covered with a layer of dust, evoking the cave of a wizard of modern times, or the Frankenstein's laboratory.
    Mot clé = Oxyhydrogen meter - limelight | Niveau = 25

  • [19] Resident Evil: Green Herbs
    16/11/2018 Green Herbs The base herb. Heals a small amount of health. It will restore health by one rating (yellow caution to Fine, etc.). It can be combined with any of the other herbs, though only three herbs of any type can be combined at once. When the user is in danger or critical health level, a single green herb by itself will be much more effective than it would be otherwise sending the user back to Yellow Caution. ECVB The past times… Build in the beginning of the 20th century, the domain contained the power station, administrative buildings, official residences and green spaces. The powerplant was build to use coal,oil & gas as fuel. The electricity production was put to stop in 2001, and the production of steam and hot water for district heating belonged now to the past, after the build of a new powerplant. A small active part of this almost untouched power station still gives everyday power to some surrounded industries. Since part of the power plant is always active, there are guards and blue-collar workers who work in this place. So the buildings are relatively protected from human degradations. Thus, ECVB (AKA CEFB for Centrales Électriques des Flandres et du Brabant) is a fairly unique in terms of abandoned industry. However, recently copper thieves are there and destroy this splendid place. … to the present time Until now, the only damage here is the result of nature’s efforts to reclaim its territory. Moss infected the turbines and machinery, plants and grass grew from edges of the rusty metalwork. There are turbines, exhaust pipes, gauges, control rooms, pretty much everything you would expect for an industry urbex. The boilers, turbines, electrical systems and the equipment are still more or less intact, preserved. Besides some rust and peeling paint the station is covered with dust and asbestos. It is enough to a very small effort of imagination to see the blue-collar workers working in this old power plant. A unique feeling I particularly like these places haunted by gigantic rusted metal monsters which lead us in the post-apocalyptic universe of comic-strip of Simon Dufleuve or games such as imaginary landscapes Fallout3 or Resident Evil.
    Mot clé = Resident Evil: Green Herbs | Niveau = 26

  • [20] Ardennes American Cemetery - flowers
    06/11/2018 The Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial is home to the graves of 5,329 members of the United States military who died in World War II. It is one of fourteen cemeteries for American World War II dead on foreign soil, and is administered by the American Battle Monuments Commission. The ninety and a half acre cemetery and memorial is located in Neuville-en-Condroz, near the southeast edge of Neupré, Wallonia, Belgium. It is one of three American war cemeteries in Belgium, the other two being at Flanders Field and Henri-Chapelle. Layout and memorial The Ardennes American Cemetery is generally rectangular in shape. Its grave plots are arranged in the form of a Greek cross separated by two broad intersecting paths. At the east end of the traverse path is a bronze figure symbolizing American youth, designed by sculptor C. Paul Jennewein. The cemetery is surrounded on all sides by stands of trees. An approach drive leads to the memorial, a rectangular structure bearing on its south facade a massive American eagle with three figures symbolizing Justice, Liberty, and Truth and thirteen stars representing the United States. This facade was designed by C. Paul Jennewein. The facade on the far (north) end, which overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia in mosaic of the major United States units which operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Along the outside of the memorial are the "Tablets of the Missing", granite slabs on which are inscribed the names of 462 American missing (15 Navy and 447 Army and Army Air Forces) who gave their lives in the service of their country, but whose remains were never recovered or identified. Within the memorial are a chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marble, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Mot clé = Ardennes American Cemetery - flowers | Niveau = 27

  • [21] Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial
    03/11/2018 Metadata Nikon D7000 ƒ/7.1 17.0 mm 1/25 s ISO 100 Size: 9824*3230 Processing Panorama, merge of 3 photos(left-right-center) with a 1/3 overlap Very bad distorsions on the bottom-left and bottom-right corners, but I like the cloudy sky. Context The Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial is home to the graves of 5,329 members of the United States military who died in World War II. It is one of fourteen cemeteries for American World War II dead on foreign soil, and is administered by the American Battle Monuments Commission. The ninety and a half acre cemetery and memorial is located in Neuville-en-Condroz, near the southeast edge of Neupré, Wallonia, Belgium. It is one of three American war cemeteries in Belgium, the other two being at Flanders Field and Henri-Chapelle. Layout and memorial The Ardennes American Cemetery is generally rectangular in shape. Its grave plots are arranged in the form of a Greek cross separated by two broad intersecting paths. At the east end of the traverse path is a bronze figure symbolizing American youth, designed by sculptor C. Paul Jennewein. The cemetery is surrounded on all sides by stands of trees. An approach drive leads to the memorial, a rectangular structure bearing on its south facade a massive American eagle with three figures symbolizing Justice, Liberty, and Truth and thirteen stars representing the United States. This facade was designed by C. Paul Jennewein. The facade on the far (north) end, which overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia in mosaic of the major United States units which operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Along the outside of the memorial are the "Tablets of the Missing", granite slabs on which are inscribed the names of 462 American missing (15 Navy and 447 Army and Army Air Forces) who gave their lives in the service of their country, but whose remains were never recovered or identified. Within the memorial are a chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marble, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Mot clé = Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial | Niveau = 28

  • [22] Ardennes American Cemetery - unknown
    06/11/2018 The Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial is home to the graves of 5,329 members of the United States military who died in World War II. It is one of fourteen cemeteries for American World War II dead on foreign soil, and is administered by the American Battle Monuments Commission. The ninety and a half acre cemetery and memorial is located in Neuville-en-Condroz, near the southeast edge of Neupré, Wallonia, Belgium. It is one of three American war cemeteries in Belgium, the other two being at Flanders Field and Henri-Chapelle. Layout and memorial The Ardennes American Cemetery is generally rectangular in shape. Its grave plots are arranged in the form of a Greek cross separated by two broad intersecting paths. At the east end of the traverse path is a bronze figure symbolizing American youth, designed by sculptor C. Paul Jennewein. The cemetery is surrounded on all sides by stands of trees. An approach drive leads to the memorial, a rectangular structure bearing on its south facade a massive American eagle with three figures symbolizing Justice, Liberty, and Truth and thirteen stars representing the United States. This facade was designed by C. Paul Jennewein. The facade on the far (north) end, which overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia in mosaic of the major United States units which operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Along the outside of the memorial are the "Tablets of the Missing", granite slabs on which are inscribed the names of 462 American missing (15 Navy and 447 Army and Army Air Forces) who gave their lives in the service of their country, but whose remains were never recovered or identified. Within the memorial are a chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marble, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Mot clé = Ardennes American Cemetery - unknown | Niveau = 29

  • [23] Van Abbe Museum by night
    18/11/2018 Van Abbe Museum The Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven is one of the first public museums for contemporary art to be established in Europe. The museum’s collection of around 2700 works of art includes key works and archives by Lissitzky, Picasso, Kokoschka, Chagall, Beuys, McCarthy, Daniëls and Körmeling. The museum has an experimental approach towards art’s role in society. Openness, hospitality and knowledge exchange are important. We challenge ourselves and our visitors to think about art and its place in the world, covering a range of subjects, including the role of the collection as a cultural 'memory' and the museum as a public site. International collaboration and exchange have made the Van Abbemuseum a place for creative cross-fertilisation and a source of surprise, inspiration and imagination for its visitors and participants. From Van Abbe Museum website.
    Mot clé = Van Abbe Museum by night | Niveau = 30

  • [24] Istanbul, Topkapi palace - Imperial Council (Defterhāne)
    16/10/2018 Defterhāne This picture shows the third chamber called Defterhāne. Imperial Council The Imperial Council (Dîvân-ı Hümâyûn) building is the chamber in which the ministers of state, council ministers (Dîvân Heyeti), the Imperial Council, consisting of the Grand Vizier (Paşa Kapısı), viziers, and other leading officials of the Ottoman state, held meetings. It is also called Kubbealtı, which means "under the dome", in reference to the dome in the council main hall. It is situated in the northwestern corner of the courtyard next to the Gate of Felicity. The first Council chambers in the palace were built during the reign of Mehmed II, and the present building dates from the period of Süleyman the Magnificent by the chief architect Alseddin. It has since undergone several changes, was much damaged and restored after the Harem fire of 1665, and according to the entrance inscription it was also restored during the periods of Selim III and Mahmud II. From the 18th century onwards, the place began to lose its original importance, as state administration was gradually transferred to the Sublime Porte (Bâb-ı Âli) of the Grand Viziers. The last meeting of the Council in the palace chambers was held on Wednesday, August 30, 1876, when the cabinet (Vükela Heyeti) met to discuss the state of Murat V, who had been indisposed for some time. The council hall has multiple entrances both from inside the palace and from the courtyard. The porch consists of multiple marble and porphyry pillars, with an ornate green and white-coloured wooden ceiling decorated with gold. The floor is covered in marble. The entrances into the hall from outside are in the rococo style, with gilded grills to admit natural light. While the pillars are earlier Ottoman style, the wall paintings and decorations are from the later rococo period. Inside, the Imperial Council building consists of three adjoining main rooms. Two of the three domed chambers of this building open into the porch and the courtyard. The Divanhane, built with a wooden portico at the corner of the Divan Court (Divan Meydani) in the 15th century, was later used as the mosque of the council but was removed in 1916. There are three domed chambers: - The first chamber where the Imperial Council held its deliberations is the Kubbealtı. - The second chamber was occupied by the secretarial staff of the Imperial Divan. - In the adjacent third chamber called Defterhāne (this view) , records were kept by the head clerks. The last room also served as a document archive. On its facade are verse inscriptions, which mention the restoration work carried out in 1792 and 1819, namely under Sultan Selim III and Mahmud II. The rococo decorations on the façade and inside the Imperial Council date from this period. The main chamber Kubbealtı is, however, decorated with Ottoman Kütahya tiles. Three long sofas along the sides were the seats for the officials, with a small hearth in the middle. The small gilded ball that hangs from the ceiling represents the earth. It is placed in front of the sultan's window and symbolizes him dispensing justice to the world, as well as keeping the powers of his viziers in check. In the Imperial Council meetings, the political, administrative and religious affairs of the state and important concerns of the citizens were discussed. The Imperial Council normally met four times a week (Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday) after prayer at dawn. The meetings of the Imperial Council were run according to an elaborate and strict protocol. Council members such as the Grand Vizier, viziers, chief military officials of the Muslim Judiciary (Kazaskers) of Rumelia and Anatolia, the Minister of Finance or heads of the Treasury (defterdar), the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Reis-ül-Küttab) and sometimes the Grand Müfti (Sheikh ül-İslam) met here to discuss and decide the affairs of state. Other officials who were allowed were the Nişancilar secretaries of the Imperial Council and keepers of the royal monogram (tuğra) and the officials charged with the duty of writing official memoranda (Tezkereciler), and the clerks recording the resolutions. From the window with the golden grill, the Sultan or the Valide Sultan was able to follow deliberations of the council without being noticed. The window could be reached from the imperial quarters in the adjacent Tower of Justice (Adalet Kulesi). When the sultan rapped on the grill or drew the red curtain, the Council session was terminated, and the viziers were summoned one by one to the Audience Hall (Arz Odası) to present their reports to the sultan. All the statesmen, apart from the Grand Vizier, performed their dawn prayers in the Hagia Sophia and entered the Imperial Gate according to their rank, passing through the Gate of Salutation and into the divan chamber, where they would wait for the arrival of the Grand Vizier. The Grand Vizier performed his prayers at home, and was accompanied to the palace by his own attendants. On his arrival there, he was given a ceremonial welcome, and before proceeding to the imperial divan, he would approach the Gate of Felicity and salute it as if paying his respects to the gate of the sultan's house. He entered the chamber and took his seat directly under the sultan's window and council commenced. Affairs of the state were generally discussed until noon, when the members of the Council dined in the chambers and after which petitions were heard here. All the members of Ottoman society, men and women of all creeds, were granted a hearing. An important ceremony was held to mark the first Imperial Council of each new Grand Vizier, and also to mark his presentation with the Imperial Seal (Mühr-ü Hümayûn). The most important ceremony took place every three months during the handing out of salaries (ulûfe) to the Janissaries. The reception of foreign dignitaries was normally arranged for the same day, creating an occasion to reflect the wealth and might of the state. Ambassadors were then received by the Grand Vizier in the Council chambers, where a banquet was held in their honour. Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - version 10Mar2012 See also in my flickr albums: Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque of Istanbul), Hagia Sophia, the Rüstem Pasha Mosque Camera infos: Camera: Nikon D7000 Lens: Sigma 17-50mm f2.8 EX DC OS Exposure 0.05 sec (1/20) Aperture f/6.3 Focal Length 20 mm ISO Speed 100 Date: February 22, 2012 GPS Latitude 41 deg 0' 45.92" N GPS Longitude 28 deg 59' 1.72" E
    Mot clé = Istanbul, Topkapi palace - Imperial Council (Defterhāne) | Niveau = 31

  • [25] Istanbul, Topkapı Palace - Courtyard of the Concubines
    18/10/2018 The Courtyard of the Sultan's Consorts and the Concubines (Kadın Efendiler Taşlığı / Cariye Taşlığı) was constructed at the same time as the courtyard of the eunuchs in the middle of the 16th century. It underwent restoration after the 1665 fire and is the smallest courtyard of the Harem. The porticoed courtyard is surrounded by baths (Cariye Hamamı), a laundry fountain, a laundry, dormitories, the apartments of the Sultan's chief consort and the apartments of the stewardesses (Kalfalar Dairesi). The three independent tiled apartments with fireplaces overlooking the Golden Horn were the quarters where the consorts of the Sultan lived. These constructions covered the site of the courtyard in the late 16th century. At the entrance to the quarters of the Queen Mother, wall frescoes from the late 18th century depict landscapes, reflecting the western influence. The staircase, called the "Forty Steps" (Kirkmerdiven), leads to the Hospital of the Harem (Harem Hastanesi), the dormitories of the concubines at the basement of the Harem and Harem Gardens. Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - version 26Feb2012
    Mot clé = Istanbul, Topkapı Palace - Courtyard of the Concubines | Niveau = 32

  • [26] Istanbul, Rüstem Paşa Camii
    13/11/2018 The Rüstem Pasha Mosque (Turkish: ' Rüstempaşa Camii') is an Ottoman mosque located in Hasırcılar Çarşısı (Strawmat Weavers Market) in the Tahtakale neighborhood, of the Eminönü district of Istanbul, Turkey. History The Rüstem Pasha Mosque was designed by Ottoman imperial architect Mimar Sinan for Grand Vizier Damat Rüstem Pasha (husband of one of the daughters of Suleiman the Magnificent, Princess Mihrimah). Rüstem Pasha died in July 1561 and the mosque was built after his death from around 1561 until 1563. Architecture Exterior The mosque was built on a high terrace over a complex of vaulted shops, whose rents were intended to financially support the mosque complex. Narrow, twisting interior flights of steps in the corners give access to a spacious courtyard. The mosque has a double porch with five domed bays, from which projects a deep and low roof supported by a row of columns. Interior The Rüstem Pasha Mosque is famous for its large quantities of exquisite İznik tiles, set in a very wide variety of beautiful floral and geometric designs, which cover not only the façade of the porch but also the mihrab, minbar, walls, columns and on the façade of the porch outside. These tiles exhibit the early use of a tomato-red color that would become characteristic of İznik pottery. Some of the tiles, particularly those in a large panel under the portico to the left main entrance, are decorated with sage green and dark manganese purple that are characteristic of the earlier 'Damascus ware' coloring scheme. No other mosque in Istanbul makes such a lavish use of these tiles. The plan of the building is basically that of an octagon inscribed in a rectangle. The main dome rests on four semi-domes; not on the axes but in the diagonals of the building. The arches of the dome spring from four octagonal pillars— two on the north, two on the south— and from piers projecting from the east and west walls. To the north and south are galleries supported by pillars and by small marble columns between them. Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - version 25Feb2012 See also in my flickr albums: Hagia Sophia, Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque of Istanbul)
    Mot clé = Istanbul, Rüstem Paşa Camii | Niveau = 33

  • [27] Chambre of Commerce, Covered alley and courtyard
    25/10/2018 A real architectural beauty. The Chamber of Commerce was a place where prices were negotiated for spices and other goods. Around the central courtyard, we can see a corridor whose ceilings are decorated with neo-Gothic arches, and walls are decorated with paintings representing different parts of the world in maps
    Mot clé = Chambre of Commerce, Covered alley and courtyard | Niveau = 34

  • [28] Des hommes comme vous et moi
    14/11/2018 The museum Ramioul: The museum is designed to encourage visitors not to look at prehistory from the outside but rather to make him live it by experiencing the sensations of prehistoric man. The exhibition collections refuses to privilege the public scholar, it aims instead to familiarize the visitor with prehistoric life itself rather than with the representation given by the Archaeology. The chronology is not the main theme of the course. The museum is structured according to themes of prehistoric life in order to create a genuine relationship between the daily life of the visitor and that of prehistoric man. For this purpose, the concept expographique refers to his daily life, in a participatory approach and a variety of scenic resources: interactive terminals, multimedia projections, reconstructions, facsimiles to handle, ... The cave Ramioul: The cave Ramioul is a treasure of natural heritage and archaeological Walloon. It is a listed site of the Walloon Region. Discoveries that were made and the beauty of its concretions make it unavoidable. Cave Ramioul extends to within one kilometer of the cave Engis which were discovered in 1829, the first Neanderthal fossils in the world. "Chercheurs de la Wallonie" fought for many years to preserve it, and it narrowly escaped the shots backhoe. Since its inception, Prehistoric - Museum of Prehistory in Wallonia, has made every effort to conserve, preserve and enhance this jewel stone and its biodiversity. The upper level of the cave has archaeological interest. The terrace was cleared in progressively different excavations. In October 1908, A. Vandebosch and her team of "Chercheurs de la Wallonie" discover the Neolithic ossuary of "triangular cave" that overlooks the terrace of the cave when masked by sediments. Shards of pottery, faunal remains, some stone tools and numerous body parts belonging to seven children and dated + / -2750 years BC have been unearthed. Continued excavations beneath the ossuary and the release of the entry in 1911, leading the researchers to explore the cave itself. It delivers the tools belonging to Palaeolithic industries as well as faunal remains of now extinct species (bear, lion, cave hyaena, wolf, woolly rhinoceros, mammoth). On the terrace, two archaeological layers were identified. The first was attributed to the Upper Palaeolithic to Aurigacien (+ / - 30000ans BC) and contains various tools slide and faunal remains consumed. The second oldest (+ / - 70000ans BC), contains tools and Middle Paleolithic characteristics attributed to Keilmessergruppen (Neanderthal). Cave Ramioul contributes to the dialogue between past and present. She is behind the Museum of Prehistory in Wallonia and participates in the ongoing dialogue established between the prehistoric sites of excavation, the archaeological material and the public. Source: www.ramioul.org
    Mot clé = Des hommes comme vous et moi | Niveau = 35

  • [29] Devoxx - Thucydides
    23/11/2018 To ATDD and beyond! Better Automated Acceptance Testing on the JVM by John Smart est Driven Development is a game changer for developers, but Automated Acceptance Testing (ATDD) is a game changer for the whole team! More than just a testing technique, Automated Acceptance Testing is both a collaboration tool and a vital step on the road to Continuous Delivery. In this talk, you will see a real-world demo applying practical ATDD techniques to real-world projects using JBehave, Selenium 2 and Thucydides. Learn how to write better and more maintainable automated acceptance tests, and see how a well-designed set of automated acceptance tests can also be a powerful documentation and reporting tool. See how tools like JBehave and Thucidides can help you structure your acceptance tests and generate powerful documentation, with narrative feature descriptions, screen shots, test coverage, and project progress reports. And learn how product owners use ATDD and Thucydides to drive, coordinate and document releases. Source: Devoxx
    Mot clé = Devoxx - Thucydides | Niveau = 36

  • [30] Devoxx - JavaFx devices - preparation
    05/11/2018 JavaFX Bootstrap by Jim Weaver and Gerrit Grunwald Much of this session will draw upon the work in the Pro JavaFX 2 book that Jim Weaver co-authored, as well as the UI controls and gauges that Gerrit Grunwald created for the open source JFXtras project. Some of the areas that we'll cover are: Getting started with JavaFX Creating a user interface Using Scene Builder and FXML Using the JavaFX UI controls Creating custom UI controls Leveraging the strengths of JavaFX and HTML5 Overview of DataFX, calling web services Using Scenic View Using JavaFX APIs from Alternative JVM Languages Embedded Java/JavaFX on a Raspberry Pi Embedded Java/JavaFX on a BeagleBoard Wrap-up and additional Q&A During the session we'll have brief guest appearances by JavaFX developers such as Martin Gunnarson and Pär Sikö, Stephen Chin, Angela Caicedo, Jonathan Giles, Johan Vos, and Jasper Potts. We'll also be awarding ten copies of the Pro JavaFX 2 book to participative audience members. Source: Devoxx
    Mot clé = Devoxx - JavaFx devices - preparation | Niveau = 37

  • [31] Devoxx - JavaFX Bootstrap
    17/11/2018 JavaFX Bootstrap by Jim Weaver and Gerrit Grunwald Much of this session will draw upon the work in the Pro JavaFX 2 book that Jim Weaver co-authored, as well as the UI controls and gauges that Gerrit Grunwald created for the open source JFXtras project. Some of the areas that we'll cover are: Getting started with JavaFX Creating a user interface Using Scene Builder and FXML Using the JavaFX UI controls Creating custom UI controls Leveraging the strengths of JavaFX and HTML5 Overview of DataFX, calling web services Using Scenic View Using JavaFX APIs from Alternative JVM Languages Embedded Java/JavaFX on a Raspberry Pi Embedded Java/JavaFX on a BeagleBoard Wrap-up and additional Q&A During the session we'll have brief guest appearances by JavaFX developers such as Martin Gunnarson and Pär Sikö, Stephen Chin, Angela Caicedo, Jonathan Giles, Johan Vos, and Jasper Potts. We'll also be awarding ten copies of the Pro JavaFX 2 book to participative audience members. Source: Devoxx
    Mot clé = Devoxx - JavaFX Bootstrap | Niveau = 38

  • [32] Bouquets d'abat-jours
    21/11/2018 Bouquets d'abat-jours - Bouquets from lampcovers (TILT) GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2012 - 7th Edition - 'Façades & Faces: Portraits of the City' From November, 10th to 17th 2012, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Location: Wilhelminaplein About the project: TILT is a French collective focusing on the interplay of light, design and architecture. It realizes both temporary and permanent projects, always with the intention of making the audience look differently at the public space. The designs of TILT often are inspired by nature. Two years ago the collective presented luminous plants and trees on the 18 Septemberplein. This year the Wilhelminaplein is the setting for Bouquets d'abat-jours - bouquets of lampshades. These colorful bouquets are not made from flowers but from traditional lampshades. Although they are blown up to enormous proportions they keep reminding of the domesticity of the living room. The lamps kindly bend over the audience making the Wilheminaplein a pleasant place to stay. With their ever changing colors, they provide the square also a joyful and festive look. At the foot of the lamps people have the opportunity to take a break or to socialize. Adopted by Philips www.t-i-l-t.com More information: www.gloweindhoven.nl
    Mot clé = Bouquets d'abat-jours | Niveau = 39

  • [33] Magyar Állami Operaház [8mm version]
    04/11/2018 Hungarian State Opera House The Hungarian State Opera House (Hungarian: Magyar Állami Operaház) is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Budapest, on Andrássy út. It is home to the Budapest Opera Ball, a society event dating back to 1886. Before the closure of "Népszínház" in Budapest, it was the second largest opera building in Budapest. Today it is the largest Opera building in Budapest and Hungary. History Designed by Miklós Ybl, a major figure of 19th century Hungarian architecture, the construction lasted from 1875 to 1884 and was funded by the city of Budapest and by Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary. The Hungarian Royal Opera House (as it was known then) opened to the public on the September 27, 1884. Many important artists were guests here including Gustav Mahler the composer who was director in Budapest from 1887 to 1891 and Otto Klemperer who was music director for three years from 1947 to 1950. In the 1970s the state of the building prompted the Hungarian State to order a major renovation which eventually began in 1980 and lasted till 1984. The reopening was held exactly 100 years after the original opening, on the September 27, 1984. Overview It is a richly-decorated building and is considered one of the architect's masterpieces. It was built in neo-Renaissance style, with elements of Baroque. Ornamentation includes paintings and sculptures by leading figures of Hungarian art including Bertalan Székely, Mór Than and Károly Lotz. Although in size and capacity it is not among the greatest, in beauty and the quality of acoustics the Budapest Opera House is considered to be amongst the finest opera houses in the world. The auditorium holds 1261 seats. It is horseshoe shaped and – according to measurements done in the 1970s by a group of international engineers – has the third best acoustics in Europe after La Scala in Milan and the Palais Garnier in Paris. Although many opera houses have been built since, the Budapest Opera House is still among the best in terms of the acoustics. In front of the building are statues of Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Liszt is the best known Hungarian composer. Erkel composed the Hungarian national anthem, and was the first music director of the Opera House; he was also founder of the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. Each year the season lasts from September to the end of June and besides opera performances the Opera House is home to the Hungarian National Ballet. The secondary building of the Hungarian State Opera is Erkel theatre. It is a much larger building that also hosts opera and ballet performances during the opera season. There are guided tours in the building in six languages (English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Hungarian) almost every day. Features Facade: The decoration of the symmetrical façade follows a musical theme. In niches on either side of the main entrance there are figures of two of Hungary's most prominent composers, Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Both were sculpted by Alajos Stróbl. Murals: The vaulted ceiling of the foyer is covered in magnificent murals by Bertalan Székely and Mór Than. They depict the nine Muses. Foyer: The foyer, with its marble columns, gilded vaulted ceiling, murals and chandeliers, gives the State Opera House a feeling of opulence and grandeur. Main Entrance: Wrought-iron lamps illuminate the wide stone staircase and the main entrance. Main Staircase: Going to the opera was a great social occasion in the 19th century. A vast, sweeping staircase was an important element of the opera house as it allowed ladies to show off their new gowns. Interior, Hungarian State Opera House Chandelier: The mail hall is decorated with a bronze chandelier the weighs 3050 kg! It illuminates a magnificent fresco by Károly Lotz, of the Greek gods on Olympus. Central Stage: This proscenium arch stage employed the most modern technology of the time. It featured a revolving stage and metal hydraulic machinery. Royal Box: The royal box is located centrally in the three-storey circle. It is decorated with sculptures symbolizing the four operatic voices - soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Source: Wikipedia
    Mot clé = Magyar Állami Operaház [8mm version] | Niveau = 40

  • [34] Magyar Állami Operaház [16mm version]
    03/11/2018 Hungarian State Opera House The Hungarian State Opera House (Hungarian: Magyar Állami Operaház) is a neo-Renaissance opera house located in central Budapest, on Andrássy út. It is home to the Budapest Opera Ball, a society event dating back to 1886. Before the closure of "Népszínház" in Budapest, it was the second largest opera building in Budapest. Today it is the largest Opera building in Budapest and Hungary. History Designed by Miklós Ybl, a major figure of 19th century Hungarian architecture, the construction lasted from 1875 to 1884 and was funded by the city of Budapest and by Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary. The Hungarian Royal Opera House (as it was known then) opened to the public on the September 27, 1884. Many important artists were guests here including Gustav Mahler the composer who was director in Budapest from 1887 to 1891 and Otto Klemperer who was music director for three years from 1947 to 1950. In the 1970s the state of the building prompted the Hungarian State to order a major renovation which eventually began in 1980 and lasted till 1984. The reopening was held exactly 100 years after the original opening, on the September 27, 1984. Overview It is a richly-decorated building and is considered one of the architect's masterpieces. It was built in neo-Renaissance style, with elements of Baroque. Ornamentation includes paintings and sculptures by leading figures of Hungarian art including Bertalan Székely, Mór Than and Károly Lotz. Although in size and capacity it is not among the greatest, in beauty and the quality of acoustics the Budapest Opera House is considered to be amongst the finest opera houses in the world. The auditorium holds 1261 seats. It is horseshoe shaped and – according to measurements done in the 1970s by a group of international engineers – has the third best acoustics in Europe after La Scala in Milan and the Palais Garnier in Paris. Although many opera houses have been built since, the Budapest Opera House is still among the best in terms of the acoustics. In front of the building are statues of Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Liszt is the best known Hungarian composer. Erkel composed the Hungarian national anthem, and was the first music director of the Opera House; he was also founder of the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra. Each year the season lasts from September to the end of June and besides opera performances the Opera House is home to the Hungarian National Ballet. The secondary building of the Hungarian State Opera is Erkel theatre. It is a much larger building that also hosts opera and ballet performances during the opera season. There are guided tours in the building in six languages (English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Hungarian) almost every day. Features Facade: The decoration of the symmetrical façade follows a musical theme. In niches on either side of the main entrance there are figures of two of Hungary's most prominent composers, Ferenc Erkel and Franz Liszt. Both were sculpted by Alajos Stróbl. Murals: The vaulted ceiling of the foyer is covered in magnificent murals by Bertalan Székely and Mór Than. They depict the nine Muses. Foyer: The foyer, with its marble columns, gilded vaulted ceiling, murals and chandeliers, gives the State Opera House a feeling of opulence and grandeur. Main Entrance: Wrought-iron lamps illuminate the wide stone staircase and the main entrance. Main Staircase: Going to the opera was a great social occasion in the 19th century. A vast, sweeping staircase was an important element of the opera house as it allowed ladies to show off their new gowns. Interior, Hungarian State Opera House Chandelier: The mail hall is decorated with a bronze chandelier the weighs 3050 kg! It illuminates a magnificent fresco by Károly Lotz, of the Greek gods on Olympus. Central Stage: This proscenium arch stage employed the most modern technology of the time. It featured a revolving stage and metal hydraulic machinery. Royal Box: The royal box is located centrally in the three-storey circle. It is decorated with sculptures symbolizing the four operatic voices - soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Source: Wikipedia Camera Nikon D7000 Exposure 0.003 sec (1/400) Aperture f/5.6 Focal Length 16 mm ISO Speed 100
    Mot clé = Magyar Állami Operaház [16mm version] | Niveau = 41

  • [35] The house of Pennywise the Dancing Clown
    02/11/2018 An abandoned amusement park, it's really something special just because a park is the animation, the sound, the crowd. When the sun rises and reveals the fairgrounds in the middle of the vegetation, we almost expect to see tumble Pennywise the Dancing Clown. If the night had passed without a hitch, it was otherwise in the morning we were caught buddy Seb and I by the guards who were doing their morning rounds with the dogs. We were forced to erase our memory cards, and were forcibly thrown out of the enclosure. Fortunately, there are recovery programs :-)
    Mot clé = The house of Pennywise the Dancing Clown | Niveau = 42

  • [36] Liège, la nocturne des coteaux - St Martin
    30/10/2018 For the last 20 years... On the first Saturday in October... A short stroll away from the Place Saint-Lambert... At the heart of the oldest quarters of the city... Liège by night.... On the slopes... For one enchanting evening Liège reveals itself as you have never seen it before. During the Nocturne, backstreets, courtyards, steps, terraces, pathways, fields and orchards are accessible for all to see. Subtle lighting, music, entertainment and an atmosphere of celebration await at every turn. With their 60 monuments, 5 listed sites, and 28 ha of well preserved green spaces, the Coteaux de la Citadelle, the slopes of the citadel, are a unique reminder of the ancient landscape of Liège. On a mild October evening, a unique opportunity to wander and discover these little known walks softly lit up by over 15,000 candles and other lights. Musical and theatrical events take place throughout the evening, and many places open their doors to the rest of the world. Every year an increasing number of heritage lovers, curious visitors, and people looking for that very special atmosphere, discover the Nocturne’s magic. Whether a loyal nocturne visitor or newly attracted to the concept, this is a chance for everyone to enter a place of magic and surprises, a backstage to the city of Liège. Source : www.lanocturnedescoteaux.eu
    Mot clé = Liège, la nocturne des coteaux - St Martin | Niveau = 43

  • [37] Liège, la nocturne des coteaux
    11/11/2018 Test failed at 3200 iso, 1/30 f2.8... bad choice, I shoud use higher iso! I hate night shoots, but one day I will success ;-) For the last 20 years... On the first Saturday in October... A short stroll away from the Place Saint-Lambert... At the heart of the oldest quarters of the city... Liège by night.... On the slopes... For one enchanting evening Liège reveals itself as you have never seen it before. During the Nocturne, backstreets, courtyards, steps, terraces, pathways, fields and orchards are accessible for all to see. Subtle lighting, music, entertainment and an atmosphere of celebration await at every turn. With their 60 monuments, 5 listed sites, and 28 ha of well preserved green spaces, the Coteaux de la Citadelle, the slopes of the citadel, are a unique reminder of the ancient landscape of Liège. On a mild October evening, a unique opportunity to wander and discover these little known walks softly lit up by over 15,000 candles and other lights. Musical and theatrical events take place throughout the evening, and many places open their doors to the rest of the world. Every year an increasing number of heritage lovers, curious visitors, and people looking for that very special atmosphere, discover the Nocturne’s magic. Whether a loyal nocturne visitor or newly attracted to the concept, this is a chance for everyone to enter a place of magic and surprises, a backstage to the city of Liège. Source : www.lanocturnedescoteaux.eu
    Mot clé = Liège, la nocturne des coteaux | Niveau = 44

  • [38] Eindhoven glow 2013 - Starsky
    13/11/2018 The Third Element GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2013 - 8th Edition - 'Urban Playground' From November, 9th to 16th 2013, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Artist: Starsky Location: Beursgebouw About the project: The Austrian artist starsky is a master of all things to do with light. She creates light installations and large-scale projections, and provides the lighting for concerts and theatre productions, often as a VJ. In her work, she integrates language, graphic elements, moving image and film. Her goal is to use these ingredients to create a true total work of art. At the Beursgebouw, her installation is a projection that blurs the boundaries between the real and the fantastic. She plays with the relationship between architecture and the environment, with people’s movements in public space, and with the proportions of the human body, using these elements to create an ‘in between’ world - The Third Element. Now and then a hand appears that brushes away the generated images or turns them as if they were a page in a book, to reveal yet another image. What arises is a journey through imaginary worlds in which, from time to time, we discover a hint of the familiar. Music made possible by Spice. Source: gloweindhoven
    Mot clé = Eindhoven glow 2013 - Starsky | Niveau = 45

  • [39] Eindhoven glow 2013 - Pop into the Puppet Theatre
    24/10/2018 Pop into the Puppet Theatre GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2013 - 8th Edition - 'Urban Playground' From November, 9th to 16th 2013, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Artist: Jolanda Tielens Location: Oude muur de Effenaar About the project: The arched windows of this old building are covered with canvas. A reminder that behind this façade there was once a canvas factory. Seen from the street, the cloth appears to be lit with a white light, but from the rear it’s obvious that the white light is actually a composite of red, green and blue. When someone walks into the pools of light from these spotlights, their shadow dissolves into spangles of colour. You realise that you can actually paint with light on this virginal white canvas. The people on the street enjoy a shadow theatre that, thanks to the arched décor, brings to mind old-fashioned puppet theatres. The spontaneous scenes played out here couldn’t be more at home; just a stone’s throw away is De Effenaar, a pop venue. Jolanda Tielens is fascinated by the capacity of light to affect our perceptions of a space and direct our behaviour. This is precisely what the artist is exploring with her light projections. Sometimes Tielens opts for inconspicuous lighting and sometimes, such as here, light is centre stage. Source: gloweindhoven
    Mot clé = Eindhoven glow 2013 - Pop into the Puppet Theatre | Niveau = 46

  • [40] Eindhoven glow 2013 - Luminauten (v2)
    05/11/2018 Water Lily Nation GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2013 - 8th Edition - 'Urban Playground' From November, 9th to 16th 2013, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Artist: Luminauten Location: Gracht Dommelstraat About the project: A sea of flowers, luminous water lilies of smaller clusters gathering about larger ones, fills the canal along the Dommelstraat. At their centre floats a giant flower, a floral queen reigning over her entourage. When all is tranquil, the water lilies gradually change colour and the larger flowers give off glimmers of light. The flowers react to each other, and seem to communicate. If the peace of the water lilies is disturbed by a camera flash, the flowers react quite violently. The larger specimens blink brightly, as if to protect the colony. The smaller water lilies retreat into the darkness to recover their composure, after which they reappear. Water Lily Nation hammers home the point that the camera cannot register everything. If you want to observe the ‘natural’ behaviour of these aquatic flowers, you need to be patient, watch closely, and imprint them on your memory. Source: gloweindhoven
    Mot clé = Eindhoven glow 2013 - Luminauten (v2) | Niveau = 47

  • [41] Eindhoven glow 2013 - Luminauten (v1)
    05/11/2018 Water Lily Nation GLOW - International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture Eindhoven 2013 - 8th Edition - 'Urban Playground' From November, 9th to 16th 2013, the city center of Eindhoven turns again into a forum of interventions, installations, performances and events based on the phenomena of artificial light. Artist: Luminauten Location: Gracht Dommelstraat About the project: A sea of flowers, luminous water lilies of smaller clusters gathering about larger ones, fills the canal along the Dommelstraat. At their centre floats a giant flower, a floral queen reigning over her entourage. When all is tranquil, the water lilies gradually change colour and the larger flowers give off glimmers of light. The flowers react to each other, and seem to communicate. If the peace of the water lilies is disturbed by a camera flash, the flowers react quite violently. The larger specimens blink brightly, as if to protect the colony. The smaller water lilies retreat into the darkness to recover their composure, after which they reappear. Water Lily Nation hammers home the point that the camera cannot register everything. If you want to observe the ‘natural’ behaviour of these aquatic flowers, you need to be patient, watch closely, and imprint them on your memory. Source: gloweindhoven
    Mot clé = Eindhoven glow 2013 - Luminauten (v1) | Niveau = 48

  • [42] Chernobyl Diaries control room
    12/11/2018 I had seen this control room in the movie "Chernobyl Diaries" (a movie I did not like at all), and I dreamed of visiting it one day. It's been done since this summer. Until now, the abandoned place that had inspired me most, impressed, and made me dream, was the ECVB powerplant, with its titanic dimentions, a dark dead and silent world, where rusty hues barely hang the weak Rays of light, under a layer of ashes, asbestos, and dust. In total contrast to the dark and almost oppressive atmosphere of the ECVB, this control room is extremely bright and colorful thanks to this magnificent glass roof. It almost feels like a fairy tale ballroom, amidst laughter and music. The consoles in the control room are covered with a layer of dust that testifies to the years of abandonment (it has been closed since 2005), but the whole remains clean and clean. Thank you to my companions of this adventure, Sophie, Lise, and Jef, for their patience, their dynamism and my questionable music program during the many hours I was driving. J'avais vu cette salle de contrôle dans le film "Chernobyl Diaries" (un film que je n'ai pas aimé du tout), et je rêvais de la visiter un jour. C'est chose faite depuis cet été. Jusqu'à présent, le lieux abandonné qui m'avait le plus inspiré, impressionné, et fait rêver, était la centrale ECVB, avec ses dimensions titanesques, monde sombre, mort, et silencieux, où les teintes de rouille accrochent à peine les faibles rayons de lumière, sous une couche de cendres, d'amiante, et de poussière. En totale opposition à l'ambiance sombre et presque oppressante de l'ECVB, cette salle de contrôle est extrêmement lumineuse et colorée, grâce à cette magnifique verrière. On se croirait presque dans une salle de bal d'un conte féerique, au milieu des rires et de la musique. Les consoles de la salle de contrôle sont couvertes d'une couche de poussière qui témoigne des années d'abandon (elle est fermée depuis 2005), mais l'ensemble reste propre et net. Merci à mes compagnons de cette aventure, Sophie, Lise, et Jef, pour leur patience, leur dynamisme et ma programmation musicale douteuse pendant les nombreuses heures où je conduisais.
    Mot clé = Chernobyl Diaries control room | Niveau = 49

  • [43] Eindhoven glow 2017_11_18_224514
    10/11/2018 ‘Bilder und Klänge erzählen Geschichten...’ Stefan Keim, culture journalist. GLOWING is an urban light and sound installation that plays with all the senses. The festival route leads through the Expeditiestraat and in doing so through an urban-industrial layout of streets. Both the special atmosphere and the architectural character of the Expeditiestraat, divided into three by the crossbeams, defines the spatial appearance of the scene. The sun, as the origin of life. Fire, as the source of warmth and culture. These two-strong emotional and associative basic principles form the conceptual approach for this production. The public become one with the entire scene in this spectacle, that stirs all the senses and provides a physical explanation of art and nature. The audience transverse a kind of tunnel, one side of which is covered with black molton, and provides a view of a fiery scene. All the walls form a kind of sea of flames. This fire has no beginning and no end, solely infinitely glowing flames, acoustically supported by music with subsonic effects. Source: www.gloweindhoven.nl
    Mot clé = Eindhoven glow 2017_11_18_224514 | Niveau = 50

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