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Hatley Castle HDR This photo was taken on August 2009 in Colwood, British Columbia, CA. Located in Greater Victoria.

Fantasy art from many different artist. Elves, dragon, and fairy's Oh My. Angels, unicorn and warriors to mermaids, dryads, and Asian Art.

The Floating Castle - This was without a doubt the most beautiful and interesting iceberg I saw on my trip to Disko Bay. It looked exactly like a castle, complete with towers, a gate and spires on top. To shoot this image, I left the yacht and sailed closer to the iceberg on a zodiac, thus getting closer to the water’s surface, which improved the reflection. If you'd like to experience and shoot this unbelievable place yourself, see my new '<a…

The Floating Castle - This was without a doubt the most beautiful and interesting iceberg I saw on my trip to Disko Bay. It looked exactly like a castle, complete with towers, a gate and spires on top. To shoot this image, I left the yacht and sailed closer to the iceberg on a zodiac, thus getting closer to the water’s surface, which improved the reflection. If you'd like to experience and shoot this unbelievable place yourself, see my new '<a…

Prague (or Praha) is aptly called "the City of One Hundred Spires," its Old Town a melange of incredible architecture, friendly beer pubs, the iconic statue-lined Charles Bridge that dates to the 14th century, and a sprawling hill-top fortress-like Castle that overlooks the "Golden City."

Prague (or Praha) is aptly called "the City of One Hundred Spires," its Old Town a melange of incredible architecture, friendly beer pubs, the iconic statue-lined Charles Bridge that dates to the 14th century, and a sprawling hill-top fortress-like Castle that overlooks the "Golden City."

With its dreamy spires, mock battlements and square clock tower, Schloss Drachenburg, which stands on a wooded hill high above the river Rhine, looks like a cross between a medieval castle, a Gothic cathedral and Big Ben.  Topic  Germany    According to Norse myth, Siegfried slayed a dragon just a little farther up the mountain. This spectacular building, a jumble of architectural styles, was erected in less than three years in the late 19th century by a wealthy stockbroker.

With its dreamy spires, mock battlements and square clock tower, Schloss Drachenburg, which stands on a wooded hill high above the river Rhine, looks like a cross between a medieval castle, a Gothic cathedral and Big Ben. Topic Germany According to Norse myth, Siegfried slayed a dragon just a little farther up the mountain. This spectacular building, a jumble of architectural styles, was erected in less than three years in the late 19th century by a wealthy stockbroker.

Introducing our brand new name: Spireside! Our first product line is Spireside Candles - the exact same Anthology Candles that you've come to know and love just with a new name  We have more products on the way and can't wait to share those a little later this year!  So why Spireside? Everything we do is "inSPIREd" by a place a story or a character and the one thing they all have in common is a castle. In our opinion the most iconic parts of a castle are its spires. Our candles help you…

Introducing our brand new name: Spireside! Our first product line is Spireside Candles - the exact same Anthology Candles that you've come to know and love just with a new name We have more products on the way and can't wait to share those a little later this year! So why Spireside? Everything we do is "inSPIREd" by a place a story or a character and the one thing they all have in common is a castle. In our opinion the most iconic parts of a castle are its spires. Our candles help you…

Entering Bryce Canyon National Park is like entering some kind of prehistoric fairyland, what with its rough-and-tumble desert landscape punctuated with the wild rock spires called hoodoos – of which you can get a taste of in this photo by SMK Photo taken at the Aqua Canyon Overlook. Hoodoos are formed by two weathering processes that constantly work together in shaping the forms.  Nowhere else in the world are hoodoos as abundant as they are in Bryce.

Entering Bryce Canyon National Park is like entering some kind of prehistoric fairyland, what with its rough-and-tumble desert landscape punctuated with the wild rock spires called hoodoos – of which you can get a taste of in this photo by SMK Photo taken at the Aqua Canyon Overlook. Hoodoos are formed by two weathering processes that constantly work together in shaping the forms. Nowhere else in the world are hoodoos as abundant as they are in Bryce.

High up is a castle...(not exactly like this) tall spires and anicent stone, housing an old secret

High up is a castle...(not exactly like this) tall spires and anicent stone, housing an old secret

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