Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/320, F8, ISO100, 20mm)
I love the photo, not so sure I’d like to live in a big green abstract box
Thanks, Ian! And to think that it’s situated in a half desert with half social buildings and half non-finished blocks; very depressing if you ask me!
Great image. All bases covered.
Thanks very much, Ricardo!
WOW, that really POPS! I like it!
Thank you, Glenn, I was very happy with whomever cleans it 😉
Simply an incredible image– I look forward to following your shot a day posts 🙂 ~ and thanks for coming by my blog~ peace, Jason
Thanks very much, Jason, glad you enjoyed it, hope there’s more to follow!
Liked what I saw on yours too, greetings Ron
Looks like an avant-garde music score. Stunning shot.
Ahh, you mean as in cover art? If so, than I suppose of the machine made electronic type? Thanks!
No, I meant it looked like some scores that I’ve seen where the music is represented by blocks, or rectangles, but now you mention covers – yes, that too! Whatever, it’s a great shot.
Oh, ok, I see what you mean, interesting, wondering what it would sound like to transform it ‘back’ into music! Thanks
If I may suggest one thing: next time crop the picture so the windows on the left are completely on the picture? Just a suggestion, nothing major!
Thanks very much! And thanks too for the feedback, I love suggestions cuz all the praise doesn’t make me better 😉
I agree with you, but in this case the block went on for a long stretch and there wasnt a line to cut off cuz of the irregularity of windows; i thought this was my best option…
Thanks very much, Rona!
Gracias, Iltana, well timed use of capslock 🙂
Very cool photo! I like this for its color and composition!!
Thanks very much, Alex, the color was amazing in the early morning; i knew i had the be there by then 🙂
You are welcome and hope to see more!
Excellent composition !
Thank you, Frank, was interesting to see where there were lines for cutting off the composition 🙂
Muchas gracias, Roberto!
Fantastic shot!! So glad I found your blog. Loving the daily pics. I have the joy of telling you that I have passed on the One Lovely Blog Award to you. You can read my post here for the rules – http://agujasblog.com/2012/06/27/lovely-beautiful/. Enjoy!
Thanks very much, Verónica, I’m very honored you chose my blog as one of em! Sorry to say that although I’m happy you like my blog, I won’t join the award-business as it still feels weird to me to award creative outings in anyway; hope you understand and it doesn’t mean I’m less honored to receive your appreciation, thanks for that and greetings, Ron
No worries! It’s a very nice way of letting someone know you like their blog. It’s the thought that counts!
Thanks a lot for understanding and ofcourse for your appreciation! greetings, Ron
Las he visto por la televisión, la gente no estaba muy de acuerdo con este tipo de proyectos porque piensan que experimentan con ellos.
Pero la toma es FANTASTICA, ¡me encanta!
No lo se que la gente no estaba contente, pero creo los habitaciones son pequenos dentro y hay muchos experimentacion architectural en esa zona!
Muchas gracias y saludos, Manoli!
That is SO cool – I wish the US would take some tips from these Stylish Spaniards! Great shot -so interesting.
This is AMAZING… I love it 🙂
That is such a cool photo, and a marvelous building. You have the eye of a designer.
Wonderful, print it, print it big! Maybe as big as a house?
Thanks, Base, great idea; will arrange a truck full of green ink to go my way immediamente!
Thanks very much, Yudha!
Great photo. I like the graphic design and I’m sure that’s what the architects wanted.
Thanks! The whole area is a new neighbourhood with lots of interesting architecture, this one stood out for it’s colour an abstract graphical design imo.
Me too. It seems as if it would feel hot in such a climate even though green is often a cool colour.
Hola, Margaret,, the area surrounding it is still without trees and very dry, almost desertlike, so not the coolest environment in any way.
This is a very clever design and deserves close examination of the wide range of varied combinations. As an abstract design I enjoy it but the thought of living in such a place would horrify me!
Thank you, Louis, I totally agree, it is a great site from the outside, but not sure how life is inside; luckily I found another place to live 🙂
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