Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/40, F4, ISO800, 22mm)
Love these golden stars ! Great photo ! // Maria 🙂
Thank you, Maria, visited places like this a lot in the couple of trips south to the moorish heritage in Andalucia; i knew i wanted to photograph these the last time i went…glad you enjoyed it!
great title interesting shot dear Sir
Well, sir, that´s very kind of you to say 😉
Would like to keep it interesting photographically as well as documenting interesting scenes, hard to combine sometimes!
Hi Candace, thanks for stopping by! Hope all is well, Ron.
Thank you very much, Naomi, I hoped the shapes and light made great forms and shades on photos!
Have a great week, Ron.
Me gusta mucho Sevilla en primavera porque verano………….
Si, fue muy rico en primavera con flores y la naturaleza cerca fue muy verde tambien. Creo en verano esta un poco demasiado caliente, no 😉
What a light!
Thanks, the first couple of times I was amazed by the light and reflections in these baths; they must have had so much knowledge to make them like this!
Couldnt get it out of my mind since then so when I wnet back for a Andalucian holiday I wanted to try to capture some of it…
Have you posted this before? I recall seeing it
Nope, ofcourse it´s part of the series that I posted lately, so some come close but this is the first from inside the Alcázar in Seville.
wonderful light, great mood
Gracias, Jan, thanks for stopping by and letting me know, all the best, Ron.
Like space ships landing on a moonless night in some wild empty place.
Really stunning. I’m grateful to know of these things through your work.
Wow, well said, I´d better ask you next time for some text to go with my photos, you´re much better at it 🙂
Nice to hear you enjoyed the series, thanks for your enthousiasm,
Wow – I love that golden light!
Thanks, Melinda, I know it must be a good color when it can please you 😉
I like the color so much that, if this had been my image, I might have even posted it in color! Hard to believe, maybe, but true!
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