Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/500, F4, ISO100, 47mm)
excellent composition. Fascinating shadow.
You have created your own image, and that: is great.
Gracias, that’s what it’s about, if it works out…
looks like Arabic calligraphy!
It does, if it were the moorish quarter, which is not far from it, it would definitely be on purpose 🙂
Great shadow photo
Thank you, Jörg. Weird shadows like these make the normal textured wall photo more interesting imo
Nice image! Again another shot that we wouldn’t normally see. 🙂
Thanks, Cooper, guess apart from not too many photos on Spain I also don’t like to take the obvious tourist pictures 😉
LikE very much.
Thanks very much.
That’s great. Love the textures
Thank you, Margaret! And very glad you keep on liking my stuff, greetings, Ron
Love the shadow on sunlit sand, the thoughts provoked.
Thanks Stephen, its actually stones with mortar but does resemble sand for sure!
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