Details Around The World

Moscow, Russia

I don’t notice much. I’m a pretty distracted person. I wouldn’t describe myself as observant. But I surely enjoy details when I pay attention, especially when it comes to art. But we can find detail in nature, architecture, engineering and even human organs. Below I’ve gathered a few detailed things from across my travels. Enjoy!

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A lot of details in this Mexican restaurant in Portland, Oregon.

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You can really see the details in this legume plant in India.

Amazing plants found in India.

I love the details in these sister plants in India.

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A lot of detail goes into making dollhouses and the items inside it.

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The Wright brothers had to think about many details to build their airplanes. (Museum of Flight, Seattle)

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Crazy lots of details in this Buddhist altar. (I understand that sentence is weird).

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Architectural detail on a cathedral in Mexico City.

Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia

I love Russian architecture. It’s so detailed and colorful and amazing. (The top photo is also in Russia).

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And talk about amazing detail with this mehndi henna work in India.

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I love this painted wall in Durham, North Carolina.

The restroom inside.

Check out the weird details in this restroom in Vienna, Austria.

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Nice detail in the clouds during this sunset in Tigard, Oregon.

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Can’t even begin to imagine how to go about painting this on the ceiling at the Vatican, Italy.

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Details at the Sunshine Mill Winery in The Dalles, Oregon, and check out the photo below from the same place.

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A young Indian woman prepares for the Ganesh Festival by getting to work. Check out the result below!

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Incredible detail inside the J58 Blackbird engine

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Flowers and plants are always fascinating with their uniqueness and detail. What are these?

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Beautiful flowers at Pike Place Market, Seattle.

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And this bee drinking its wine. (Portland, OR)

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And this carnivorous plant in a greenhouse. (Durham, NC)

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I love the detail in this plant. (India)

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And then there are these decorative celebratory things created out of flowers in Mexico.

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Have you tried zentangle? It’s an art that anyone can do with very detailed patterns.

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Clothing in India is beautifully detailed.

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Check out all the details inside the USS Blueback submarine.

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Lots of details in these fun Christmas ornaments.

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Ah yes.. detail in food is amazing too. Like in these immaculate desserts at the Empress hotel in Victoria BC.

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And in these sweets in India. That silver paper on them is edible.

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Complex details in a human brain. That’s right. Have you ever held or seen a human brain? I would’ve held it if I wasn’t too busy taking photos.

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I love the colorful detail in the tiles of this wall at the Meher Pilgrim Retreat in India.

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Couldn’t think of anything better to describe detail than a kaleidoscope like this one.

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I love being able to see the detailed ripples in the water. (Logan Canyon, Utah.)

Which one was your favourite?

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15 thoughts on “Details Around The World

  1. you do notice details! I love the Russian architecture and also the Indian photos. My so goes there on business 1-2 times a year andd brings me beautiful things. Lovely photos!

    1. Thanks! 🙂
      I definitely recommend that museum if you ever get a chance to go, one of the coolest I’ve ever been to. Although, I may say the same thing about several museums.
      I love museums of all kinds (art, science, aviation, space, music, natural history, etc).

      1. Hopefully someday. Yes. I personally have been to not too many museums I remember enjoying. But, science, music, electronics and design I’m into. Not too many of those in my city.

  2. Truly, a wealth of detail. I can’t say that I have one favorite, but the Indian clothing is really subtle. And the modern toilet gets full marks for creativity. 🙂

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