Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/400, F6.3, ISO100, 35mm)
loved its structure!
Good to see one! Great shot….
Thank you, Ed, glad you like it!
perfect lines, love it.
Thanks very much, Russ!
What a magnificent shot. So expansive. Wonderful architectural abstraction.
Thanks very much, Terry! It’s such a photographic location and is sure to make you feel creative…
This structure and the way you photographed it makes it look like a skeleton version of the crashed ship in Alien.
It’s definitely very alien-looking; now that I think about it, if I made a photo with the surrounding old buildings on the square it stands on, it would make it maybe even more alien-like!
Great lines and angle in the shot!
Muchas gracias, Todd, so many angles to this thing, could have spent lots of time around it 😉
Definitely is, only found out later you could even walk on top of it.
Wisely photographed in B&W. Nice image!
Thanks, John, good to hear you agree on B&W, wasnt much color to start with!
Extremely eye-catching composition. I really like it that you can see how the parasol was made – there are no extraneous details (like an early Talking Heads song). Nice work.
Thanks, Richard, i really like your comparison and I get it totally; luckily they made music and no photography!
wow amazing structure and photo
Thank you, Jarvis, glad you like both 😉
Fantastic capture. Love the composition and B&W conversion
Thanks a lot, Nick!
Wonderful composition, capture and details. Absolutely stunning work.
Thanks very much, Rick, it begs to be photographed 🙂
I have seen the building on an aerial photograph in a magazine.
Six “parasoles” with a promenade in lofty heights and a restaurant as a crowning …
Very impressive …
Thanks, Henning, if you click the link you can get some english info, very cool and much used structure and the contrast with the old square it is in works for me…
I’ve checked … A documentary with lots of interesting color photos.
But I like your black / white photo. You have captured the magic moment. 😉
Thanks very much for the big compliment! I went for the creative part instead of the documenting in this occasion 😉
Would you do it so not, we would no have your wonderful pictures. 😉
Thanks, Henning, very cool of you to say and it’s not that long anymore 🙂
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