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About eMORFES

A photo blog focused on the unique things of the world, exploring a number of different subjects such as art, photography, architecture and travel.

Dreamy Digital Collages by Hüseyin Sahin

Beautiful digital photo collages of dreamlike places by Turkish art director and visual artist Hüseyin Şahin.
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Spite houses: How to annoy your neighbors

A spite house is a building constructed or modified to irritate neighbors or any party with land stakes. Spite houses may create obstructions, such as blocking out light or blocking access to neighboring buildings or can be just symbols of defiance. Because long-term occupation is at best a secondary consideration, spite houses frequently sport strange and impractical structures.
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Monilaria Obconica: A cute rabbit ears cactus plant

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Monilaria Obconica is a small clump-forming succulent plant. As it grows, it’s two smallish leafy branches start to resemble rabbit ears. The bunny ears are part of the growing process, eventually its leaves grow lengthier (and loose their bunny-like appearance) and turn purple in the sunshine with light rose flowers.
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Guelta d’Archei – an oasis in the Sahara desert

Dario Menasce at the English language Wikipedia [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The Guelta d’Archei is probably the most famous guelta – a lower level of height  ground between rocks which holds water – in the Sahara. It is a barren place located in the Ennedi Plateau, in north-eastern Chad .The reservoirs of this wetland is supported by groundwater. The guelta  is  a watering place for camels. and it is also inhabited by a very small number of the Nile crocodile.
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The Tiny Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor

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The Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor are a series of tiny doors that are a type of installation art found in the city of Ann Arbor in the U.S. state of Michigan. The first public fairy door appeared outside Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea in 2005, installed by Jonathan B. Wright, a teacher of graphic design technologies. There are ten public Ann Arbor fairy doors, but the idea has also spread to other nearby towns.
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