Wordless Wednesday #167
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8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday #167”
I love the pop of red in front of what looks like painted cast iron.
This is absolutely stunning Elizabeth! The red building framed by the blue-greys with the touches of colour in the flag and steeple is so captivating – it’s another one of those ‘suitable for framing’ photos.
Oh I so agree with Alli — suitable for framing indeed. Such rich rich colour, even that little pop of a sort of plummy purple top left in the background — so wonderfully framed within itself, with the sombre shapes on either side and at the front. What? Where where?
It looks like children’s building blocks somehow! Is that a condo at the top? I like the green copper? on the steeple matched by the flag.
Such color! Drama. Perfectly framed!
Thanks for visiting my blog, Robert. I’ll go have a look at yours!
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Stunningly framed shot, Elizabeth! It’s a study in straight lines, all the more breathtaking with the only colour being such a vivid, bold RED!
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