“From geometric patterns on skyscrapers to the ironwork on historical buildings, there are many opportunities to capture the beauty and complexity of architecture.”
It was a busy wedding day so I took a few minutes after the sun had set to take some photos of the fountain in all its glory and realised that the picture was perfect for the architecture and monochrome theme. Its the beautiful curve of the wall and the exactness of the little pillars on the balcony edge. Stunning is not a word I use often because stunning is quite a gig to live up to but stunning, this is.
The only thing I can’t decide is if I prefer the colour or the black & white version. What do you think?
“A photograph can create a certain mood and communicate an idea that transcends its subject.”
So half the weekend is done. My goodness what you can pack into a day. Up at 7am out by 7:30am off to the venue for an exciting wedding. A 12 noon ceremony meant set up pressure was HIGH. The day ran to plan and amazingly only overran by 15 minutes. A wedding on this scale tends to push the timings to their limits! So because I was working I added the extra job to my list to take a photo for Day Ten’s theme and Day Elevens. I took a few but my favourite was this shot. The mystery of what’s behind the door adorned in flowers. The beautiful coloured glass window and up-lighters just capturing the architecture of the building… It was the perfect shot to end the night with. x
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Have a great Sunday everybody x