Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/800, f5, iso-200, 25mm)
Love it ! Textures, colors, frame. Great
Merci beaucoup! The simplicity of things can be so beautiful and make you watch the smaller things even better…
wow , I am having wonderful time watching your pics 🙂
Thanks so much, Abdul, glad you do, I´ll keep em going as fast as possible!
All the best, greetings, Ron.
Hi rondje! I love this particular picture – but my real reason for contacting you is to thank you for Liking so many of my posts – I seem to have been seeing your tag often – its very kind of you! Adrian
Hi Adrian, very kind of you to say it like this and as a follower of your blog I really like what I see every time one of your photos pop up…
Greetings and you will definitely see that small orange gravatar come up now and then 😉
very nice textures
Thanks, Mara, sometimes I don’t need this far-viewing landscapes 😉
What came to mind immediately were precisely the words wriitten above by Louis–and in the same order!. Gorgeous color, texture and composition. 🙂
Thank you very much, Vivian! Nice to notice that such a simple composition is still appreciated. Greetings and thanks for your visit and comment, Ron
Sencilla y genial!!
Gracias, me gusta sencilla en veces 😉
Thanks, wanted some space for the weirdly laid tiles as well ofcourse 🙂
really like this shot. makes me smile. great example of how the naturel photograph of something that is part of the real world conveys beauty, emotion, in this case happiness. really cool shot!
Thanks so much for your great comment, totally agree that sometimes a photo-composition can attract viewers to details and compositions can make people look a certain way to simple everyday things!
Muchas gracias, Sandra!
Elementary, but…. very good !
Thank you, Thomas, the simplicity of the composition enhances the interesting details and lines, i thought! Greetings, Ron
I love it! Windows are so appealing, whether one can see through them or not. 🙂
Thanks Ashley! Just a little bit of seethrough does make it a bit more interesting maybe 😉
Great picture. Magnificently caught color. It has made my day ! .. .and I needed it …
Wow, thats great to hear that I could help in this way although I hope it is not needed anymore and in the future will be just an ‘extra’ to good days!
Great composition! 🙂
Thanks, thought the detail and lines of the tiles needed some space as well 😉
Wow, that photo is awesome. These powerful colour and the texture of that roof is brilliant.
Many thanks and greetings, Ron
REally nice. I love the color and repeating patterns. Great composition.
Thanks, Terry, the tiles looked very intelligently laid, especially when you think it was almost at 90 degrees!
I agree with Louis!
Nice colour, texture and composition – although the window frame is in need of repair!! It’s worthy of a picture by itself!
Thanks Louis, lots of worn windows in this old fishing village that looked very interesting, but the almost vertical tiles caught my attention at first!
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