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在日常生活中巧遇導演 Wes Anderson:搜集了粉彩色對稱光景的Instagram帳號

一個帳號為 accidentallywesanderson 的 Instagram 頁面吸引了近七萬粉絲追蹤,在這個「剛好 Wes Anderson」帳號當中,搜集了眾多 Wes Anderson 粉絲們在日常生活當中撞見偶像導演的電影場景般的畫面、並且捕捉上傳的攝影作品,瀏覽著這些近乎畫作一般的照片,總能讓我們跌入 Wes Anderson 的電影裡,卻也忍不住驚訝著,原來自己所處的世界擁有這麼多值得發現的美麗光景!

 

Wes Anderson 導演的電影作品,總是有著別具特色的畫面張力,不論是他最受歡迎的《歡迎來到布達佩斯大飯店 (The Grand Budapest Hotel)》,或是更早期的《海海人生 (The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou)》,都以俏皮的粉彩色系、精心安排的場景、以及對稱均衡的視覺效果緊緊抓住觀眾目光,將每一個畫面停格似乎都能自成一幅巨作,因此 Wes Anderson 吸引了一批喜愛他電影風格的忠實粉絲。

一個帳號為 accidentallywesanderson 的 Instagram 頁面吸引了近七萬粉絲追蹤,在這個「剛好 Wes Anderson」帳號當中,搜集了眾多 Wes Anderson 粉絲們在日常生活當中撞見偶像導演的電影場景般的畫面、並且捕捉上傳的攝影作品,瀏覽著這些近乎畫作一般的照片,總能讓我們跌入 Wes Anderson 的電影裡,卻也忍不住驚訝著,原來自己所處的世界擁有這麼多值得發現的美麗光景!

 

#AccidentalWesAnderson Georgian Terrace Hotel | Atlanta, Georgia | c. 1911 • • The Georgian Terrace Hotel in Midtown Atlanta, part of the Fox Theatre Historic District, was designed by architect William Lee Stoddart in a Beaux-Arts style intended to evoke the architecture of Paris. Construction commenced on July 21, 1910, and ended on September 8, 1911, and the hotel opened on October 2, 1911 • • The original 10-story Hotel was designed to conform to Atlanta’s early trolley rail lines that met at the corner of Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue • • It was one of the first hotels built outside of the city’s downtown business district in a then residential neighborhood, which had been land originally owned by Richard Peters • • At a cost of $500,000, the hotel was built of butter-colored brick, marble, and limestone in the Beaux-Arts style as a Southern interpretation of the Parisian hotel with classical architectural details, such as turreted corners, floor-to-ceiling Palladian-styled windows, and wide wrap-around columned terraces • • A 19-story wing was added in 1991 and a major renovation was completed in 2009 • • The Georgian Terrace is a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @tobyhuss 🙏 • ✍️️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Midtown #Atlanta #Georgia

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Binoculars | Toronto Islands, Ontario | c. ~1976 • • The Toronto Islands have been the city's go-to summer day-tripping spot for over 150 years now • • The first horse-powered ferries started carrying folks across the harbour in 1833, and by the turn of the 20th century the western side of the Islands was already a bustling resort spot, anchored by the Hanlan family who opened a hotel there in 1878 • • The main stretch of the Island actually started as a peninsula, formed by deposits from the Scarborough Bluffs over thousands of years. It wasn't until two huge storms, first in the 1850s ripped through the city, that the Eastern Gap was formed • • Although the Coney-Island-like atmosphere on the Islands died when the Hanlan's Point Amusement Park closed up shop in the late 1920s, the area still retained a sizable residential community until the 1950s when Metro Toronto Council sought to convert the Islands into City parkland • • Over the next 20 years, numerous homes were demolished, but residents on Ward's and Algonquin Islands continued to battle the City until late 1981, when the province granted them the right to stay until 2005 • • The Island airport, which opened in 1937, has also see its fair share of controversy over the years. Like the homes, however, it's not going anywhere. With the exception of Centreville and a few other business the rest of the Islands remain tranquil parkland with ample beach areas and views of the Toronto skyline • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @yulischeidt • • ✍️: @blogto • #WesAnderson #AccidentallyWesAnderson

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Schloss Gottesaue | Karlsruhe, Germany | c. 1094 • • Gottesaue palace is based on a design by Johannes Schoch (1550-1631), Strasbourg council's chief architect at that time, and was originally intended to serve as a summer house • • Since its completion, it has had an extremely eventful history. After being destroyed a number of times in the 1689 Palatinate war of succession, it was gutted by fire in 1735 • • As the margraves of Baden-Durlach had no interest in this palace after the founding of Karlsruhe, it was rebuilt in a reduced form with a two-storey structural shell and three-storey towers • • In the following two years, it initially served as a fruit store for the margraves' demesne, then as barracks from 1818, and was later taken over by the police before it was destroyed in an air raid in May 1944 • • The ruins of the palace were a reminder of the horrors of the war for almost four decades before work on reconstructing it for the purposes of the Karlsruhe University of Music began in 1982 • • In doing so, the external structure was rebuilt in such a way as to bear witness to the changes the building has been through in its history. A modern building was created inside to serve as a modern university for music, though it features allusions, interpreted in a modern style, to the Renaissance architecture • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @fouadsleiman • • 💡: @boosuzy • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Little Chalet Motel | Manitoba, Canada | c. 1950s • • The Little Chalet Motel is made up of 18 individual bungalow style dwellings located along Highway # 1 in Manitoba, Canada • • As large highway systems began to be developed in the 1920s, long-distance road journeys became more common, and the need for inexpensive, easily accessible overnight accommodation sites close to the main routes led to the growth of the motel concept • • The Little Chalet was established just before the peak of the Motel boom in the 1950's supplying accommodation for the growing number of long distance travelers • • In 2014 the motel underwent a complete renovation and now under new management remains open for travelers along Highway # 1 • • 📸: @zachdriftwood • 💡: @strawberrymeatballs ❤️ • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Bristol South Baths | Bristol, England | c. 1931 • • Built in 1931, Bristol South Swimming Pool is set in Bedminster, Bristol and is one of the most historically significant swimming pools in the area • • The City of Bristol was second only to Birmingham in terms of interwar construction of public swimming baths • • Between 1922 and 1937, six baths were completed in the effort to meet Bristol's Baths Committee's target of every home in the city coming within one mile of a swimming facility • • Five of Bristol's six interwar baths were designed by Charles Dening (1876-1952), of which Bristol South Baths is one example • • After falling into disuse in the early 20th century, the pool was refurbished and brought back into daily use for the community • • Know more? Please comment below! • • •📸: @leilaa81 🤗 • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Amanjena | Marrakech, Morocco | c. 2000 • • Amanjena meaning "peaceful paradise" is a luxury hotel and resort situated in Palmeraie, a southeastern suburb of Marrakesh, Morocco • • Built in 2000, Amanjena is situated in Marrakesh's Palmeraie, along the road to Ouarzazate, in an area where the river valleys of Draa and Dadès merge with the Sahara desert • • The resort is set in the backdrop of a hill which rises to a height of 13,000 feet in the surroundings of an olive orchard of the Almoravid period • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @sarahirenemurphy • • 🏠: @amanjena_resort • • ✍️: @wikipedia • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture

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#AccidentalWesanderson Punch & Judy | Weymouth, Dorset | c. 1886 • • While this 'heritage attraction' is one of Englands last surviving beach shows and dates back to the 1880's, the origins of Punch & Judy in the UK can be dated back to 1662 • • Mr. Punch was first seen at the seaside in about the 1840s and by the 1880s most fashionable English Seaside resorts had a Punch & Judy show working on them, including Weymouth • • Puppet 'Professors’ Murray, Staddon, Edmonds and Higgins have all performed there own unique interpretation of Punch & Judy on Weymouth’s beach • • The shows have always been ‘busked’ on the beach (operated by the audience contributing money in to the showman’s hat or box) and is still worked this way today • • Weymouth is one of the very last resorts in England that has had a continuous run (apart from the war years) of Punch & Judy on it’s beach • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @kina_koterska • • #WesAnderson

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Good Records | Dallas, Texas | c. 2000

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Philbrook Museum | Tulsa, Oklahoma | c. 1927 • • Rooted in the architecture of a historic home gifted by the Phillips family in 1938, Philbrook Museum of Art has grown to become one of the preeminent art museums across the central United States • • Some of the highlights of the Museum’s permanent collection include Renaissance and Baroque paintings from the Kress Foundation, one of the greatest surveys of Native American art anywhere, American and Southwestern art, photography, and growing modern and contemporary collections • • The Philbrook main campus spans 25 acres of grounds and formal gardens, and features a historic home, as well as a modern museum complex • • The satellite location in downtown Tulsa showcases the Philbrook modern, contemporary, and Native American art collections, as well as the Eugene B. Adkins Collection and Study Center of Native American art • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @philbrookmuseum • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Post Office | Wrangell, Alaska | c. 1869 • • The City and Borough of Wrangell was founded in Alaska in 1834 and as of 2010 has population of just under 3,000 residents • • In 1868 a military post, was established and a new fort was built in Wrangell at a cost of $26,000. The American's named the fort after Baron von Wrangel of the Russian-American Company • • The Fort Wrangell Post Office was established in 1869 and took over the fort when it was abandoned in 1877 where it still resides today • • In 1943 the federal Treasury Section of Fine Arts commissioned artist Austin Mecklem and his wife, Marianne Greer Appel, to paint a mural, Old Town in Alaska, intended for the Wrangell post office • • The work was completed at their studio in New York state, transported via railway on Oct 19, 1943, arrived in Wrangell in December 1943 and installed in early 1944 • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @heath_travels • 💡: @bpdoors • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Festspielhaus Bregen | Bregenz, Austria | c. 1980 • • The Festspielhaus Bregenz is an event center in Bregenz that was opened in July 1980. This is where the Bregenz Festival, along with numerous conferences, congresses and other events are held. The operator is Kongresskultur Bregenz GmbH , a wholly owned subsidiary of the state capital of Bregenz. • • In 1990 an architectural competition was announced for an extension of the building, which was won by the architects Helmut Dietrich and Much Untertrifaller, based in Bregenz and Vienna, with their eponymous architectural firm Dietrich / Untertrifaller • • The concept envisaged a two-stage expansion of the existing building. The first part of the extension was built in 1996/1997, these included workshop stage with side stage, Seestudio, Seefoyer, central kitchen and the new administrative part of the house. • • In 2005/06, the existing building from 1980 was completely renovated and expanded by 10,000 cubic meters. The multifunctional orientation of the Festspielhaus now enables the realization of different event types • • In 2009, the Festspielhaus in Bregenz was selected by the European Association of Event Centers (EVVC)as one of Europe's best event centers of its size, and received the corresponding "Best Center 2009" award • • Then in 2013, the Bregenz Festival Hall again received an award from the EVVC, which this time was awarded in cooperation with the Association German Convention Bureau, namely the "Meeting Experts Green Award" in the category "Sustainable Event Center" • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @tsardaki • ✍️️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Bregenz #Austria

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