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Shade at 3 pm

By Potra  
I knew I took this picture at 3 pm before checking the file properties. I was completely "present" when I saw these roof tiles and loved them all.

Tags: Abstract Architecture Venezuela

Voters: gajewski, gwynn56, S_Psharma and 7 more


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gajewski Plus
12 10 9 United States
6 Jun 2013 12:14AM
I like these warm earthy colors and tile roof provides such interesting detail.
Nicely captured.
=\Walter

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Potra 3 Venezuela
6 Jun 2013 1:24AM

Quote:I like these warm earthy colors and tile roof provides such interesting detail.
Nicely captured.
=\Walter


Thanks Walter! I am glad you like it. I will post another with earthy tones that I hope you like as well.
Marian
S_Psharma 4 1 India
6 Jun 2013 2:33AM
Excellent composition well captured.
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
6 Jun 2013 4:43AM
This is a lovely image ! A great abstract feel to it - and those roof tiles are lovely Smile
6 Jun 2013 7:21AM
How wonderful this looks....
Don't see anything like this in south leeds....
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
6 Jun 2013 8:01AM
Nice abstract Potra Smile

Rod
johnke 3 223 15
6 Jun 2013 11:19AM
Beautiful tones and textures, a well seen Image..John
nonur Plus
8 17 11 Turkey
6 Jun 2013 5:46PM
Iyiyim, Potra. Thank you! Siz nasilsiniz? I especially love old tiles, particularly those in your photograph. They look so warm and stylish.
Potra 3 Venezuela
6 Jun 2013 9:04PM

Quote:Iyiyim, Potra. Thank you! Siz nasilsiniz? I especially love old tiles, particularly those in your photograph. They look so warm and stylish.


Iyiyim, teşekkür, Nonur! I am glad you liked them. One of my best friends when I was in Grad School in the US is from Edirne. He taught me the greeting and the numbers from 1-10 in Turkish. He always cried laughing everytime I said the number four with the wrong pronunciation. Smile Those were fun times!
14 Jun 2013 1:40PM
Love it!
GB

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