ZOE爷As a representative of the Bauhaus, Mies brought ideas that could not be realized in the Nazis to the United States to promote vigorously.
When the Bauhaus emerged, he advocated starting from scratch, spurned all the capitalists' hypocritical red tape, and removed unnecessary decorations and unnecessary metaphors. When they build houses, simplicity and simplicity are the highest principles. Buildings should follow its functions and building materials to naturally present themselves, or determine functions according to the needs of users. After the functions are determined, the appearance naturally emerges. Of course, while removing unnecessary decorations, unnecessary costs can also be saved.
qylmryChocolate River ~ Feel the tide with the largest drop in the world, (the daily fluctuation is equivalent to the sum of the world's fresh water) is known as one of the nine wonders of the world! The famous sea-eroded rock landscape Cape of Good Hope Vase Stone has been washed by tides for thousands of years, and the coastline is full of different shapes of stones!
TodemmyWe entered the park when it was open and were welcomed by the deer on the side of the road. We moved on, stopped by a beautiful lake, and arrived at one of the beautiful beaches surrounded by sand dunes, boardwalks and spacious open spaces. It was very windy when we went, but the autumn weather was ideal in the low season. Such a beautiful view. The water is too rough and we can't swim anymore and we need to cook some food, but if the seabirds are fine, we see the light of thorns and many things.
TodemmyBeautiful place to stop! Only $6 per car. Walk along the path and observe the beautiful spring water. Be sure to bring a swimsuit and jump in! Cold but refreshing! It is strongly recommended to bring goggles or snorkeling mask. There are tubes for rent, which look very interesting. When the manatees pass by, they will let you into the water, but the guide shows that you are them and explains their "recovery" story. Nothing is clearer than the scenery and spring. Fun for all ages
TodemmyNot only is it a great history class in Waterville, but the park is beautiful and well-preserved. This bridge is very special to me because my mother used to cross the bridge every day and worked at the old telephone exchange in the late 1940s and early 1950s.