The Little Things

Wall Detail by Luna McCarthy

Architecturally, Xela certainly has some interesting and beautiful buildings. But sometimes it is the small details, the things we walk by every day that at a moments notice, when the sunlight touches them, just seem to pop out at us. That is, if we allow ourselves the moment, to stop and ‘see’ it.

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3 Responses to “The Little Things”

  1. Rudy says:

    This is crap. I believe this photo embodies the basic principles of contrast, repetition, alignment and proximity (crap); don’t you agree? 
    Read more about these principles at:http://antiguadailyphoto.com/2009/02/16/arches-elements-of-colonial-architectonic-design/

    • LunaMcCarthy says:

      I agree Rudy, although when I saw the first line of your comment, I thought you meant something else!!!! 🙂 Heh heh 🙂 Thanks for the compliment 🙂

    • Eric says:

      I’m with Luna…I thought you had a few Mozas too many before posting, until I read past the first few words.  Shame on me for doubting ! 
      He’s right, Luna…it’s crap.  In the contrast, repetition, etc. manner, of course !

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