It’s been an easy, slow and simple Sunday before a busy work week… hope you all have a great week ahead of you!!
simple is always beautiful🙂 thank you, Vivien!!
Nicely shot with a plain wall so you can clearly see the lines. Also a slow Sunday here. Have a good week.🙂
It would have been great to get even more of that wall into the frame, so graphic🙂
Monday has started on this part of the planet… have a good week too, Chris!!
A simple picture but really a great one, enjoy your week
thank you, Bernie, you too!!🙂
Slow sundays are nice, and work for me too. Hope the week ahead is a good one for you.🙂
while your Monday is almost over, mine is crazy busy as I am laggin behind work after a slow Sunday🙂
thank you, Lignum, happy🙂
this is so beautiful🙂
thank you very much, so nice to hear from you!!
Моето мечтано колело, което ме очаква. Как хубаво е застанало само!🙂
да, застанало баш като за снимка! ти всъщност взе ли си колело, Гери, беше споменала нещо?🙂
Е, не съм, Алекс… Аз затова припознавам “моето” във всяко, което ни показваш.😉
Lines and lines, and a minimalistic feel… beautiful and also texture-rich! You’re as good a photographer of architecture as of anything else, IMO – though you must be exercising a lot of self-restraint from going f/1.8 on it.🙂
I had hard time straightening up those lines a bit, the perspective was messed up, though I specifically took the shot with the 50 mm and not with a wider angle… my point is, long way to shooting architecture and even longer way to remembering to close down the aperture… LOL … though I took this one at f/2.5 and believe it or not, every time I remember to close the aperture down, I think about you🙂 you always think how a shot would look like with different apertures… am so grateful you spend all this time on my photos ♥
Wonderful! Great! Your perspectives, ideas, photos, your photoblog!!!
November greetings from Berlin
thank you kindly for your wonderful words, Daniel!!🙂 rainy greetings from Sofia🙂
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