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Dear friends of photofarm: Remember the photoday: http://www.photofarm.it/photoday.html for Sunday, in the Po Delta, we are already 8 … You can if you wish, join a group on Flikr photofarm: http://www.flickr.com/groups/photofarm/ and comment on photos of the group, I just added some underwater shots we made the month with the new suit Leo II from […]

I like to photograph plants and flowers. My photograph of a simple Dandelion clock which I shows the secret of creation by illustration the star seed theory of the earths creation. I processed the image using Fractalius and called the image “Dandelion Unity”   So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate […]

Daylilies, originally uploaded by Louis Dallara photography. Here’s a quote to describe my flower and plant photography. “In the early years, Daylilies were what I would describe as plain, but consistent, dependable, and hardy – hardy in the sense of being tough! Over the past 25-30 years, the Daylily has become greatly refined and can […]

  angel oak canvas printsAngel Oak Tree, originally uploaded by louis dallara photography. South Carolina’s oldest living oak tree, dating back 1500 years. It’s twice as big as the biggest tree I had ever seen. It’s so massive that supports had to be made so that the branches don’t snap off. It’s a sight to […]

Lone Tree, originally uploaded by louis dallara photography. While scouting the perfect location for a photo assignment of the wet lands along the Delaware bay I found this beautiful tree, home to many birds. I bet the birds didn’t care if it was dead, Cedar will last for years. “For a tree to become tall it must grow tough […]

Waiting For The Sun, originally uploaded by louis dallara photography. “For me, a landscape does not exist in its own right, since its appearance changes at every moment; but the surrounding atmosphere brings it to life – the light and the air which vary continually. For me, it is only the surrounding atmosphere which gives […]

Pattern Language, originally uploaded by louis dallara photography. The structure of life I have described in buildings – the structure which I believe to be objective – is deeply and inextricably connected with the human person, and with the innermost nature of human feeling. Christopher Alexander Like this:Like Loading…

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