Artful Incorporation of Architecture into the Nature

Looking at the images of our today showcase gallery, the next thing, after we literary recover from the famous WOW factor, is the question what comes first: our cleverness and artistic vision, which enable us to notice and find the ways of using the boundless opportunities mother nature offers us, or is it actually the pure nature’s merit that we can enjoy and exploit all the beauty of our picturesque world to embellish our living? No matter what the answer is, and most probably it is the rhetorical one in the long run, it is still an undeniable fact that we are blessed to have this world around us.

It is also our great luck to have all these modern technologies that allow creative photographers to capture and later share with us all the amazing places with the breath-taking views, which combine the natural wonders and those made by human hands: from the huge Medieval castles to small cozy houses. Once architects did their best to inherently incorporate the buildings into the natural surroundings. Thus these two components perfectly supplement each other and underline each other’s splendor and majesty. As a matter of fact, the photographs of these amazing places break the rules of the photography art – here there is no foreground and background; instead, all the components are equally significant. Anyway, it is not really good to describe visual arts in words, it is better to just see it all with our own eyes!

Manarola, Cinque Terre by jared ropelato

Chesterton by Mike Barber

Awakening by Janez Tolar

Traquility by Jure Kravanja

Sligachan Bridge, Skye by Andy Barton

Untitled by Son In Hyuk

enjoy the silence by Dirk Wuestenhagen

Talacre Lighthouse by Chris Styles

Northumberland by Christian Bothner

Seven Martyrs Chapel by Brice Challamel

Storage Huts and Andean mountains in dense fogs by rickz

Caucasian view point by [santus]

Twilight Fantasy by Morten Prom

Just Hidden by Jean-Michel Priaux

Top by Jean-Michel Priaux

Folly by Robert McColl

Natural architecture by Queensy Chan

Stonehenge by Sourav Saha

Goodbye Hallstatt by Nathan Bergeron

Jade Dragon Snow Mountain and Black Dragon Pool, Lijiang. by ndnbrunei

Chapel on the Hill by bridgepix

posaga by fusion-of-horizons

The Treetop Temple Protects Kyoto by Trey Ratcliff

Byodo-In Temple, Oahu by Toshio Kishiyama

Byodo-In Temple, Oahu by axiepics

Rigi Kulm by Thierry Hennet

Abandoned Cabin – White Mountains Arizona by Alan English CPA

Două case ş’un copac by heticobai

The Old Mill by Pretorious Photography

Closer to Him by johnnycanuck

Fallingwater, Bear Run, Pennsylvania, October 12, 2010 by Ivan Safyan Abrams

Heaven’s Hut by i eaт sтars

Chapel of the Holy Cross by Don Hutter

Urn Tomb at the Wall of the King by Werner Böhm

living in the mountain by Alieh Saadatpour

Temple in Mt. Taishan, China by David Hui

alpine architecture by Toni_V

Earthen Houses (Tulou), FuJian by Robert Lio

St.Oswalder Bockhütte, 1840m above sea level, Bad Kleinkirchheim, Carinthia, Austria by i.prinke

Beskydy, Pustevny by sysko20

Church of St. Quiricus (Lagurka) from the 10th c. in Kala with the mountain Ushba in the background. by Ralph Hälbig

Church of Funningur by ~Ranveig~

Slovakia, Orava region by Peter Fenďa

Slovakia, Orava region by Peter Fenďa

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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.