Posted on May 25, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
… from around the world
Ancient walls and tile roofs in Brignoles, France in an image that was cropped, over-saturated and enhanced with added contrast to highlight the textures and funky geometry.
SUMMIT COUNTY — Urban photography is a challenge for me. I’m more at home in the woods, on a beach or in the mountains, but every now and then, when Leigh and I travel, we enjoy exploring some of the nooks and crannies that might not be on a tourist map.
Plotting, pondering or poetry in a Buenos Aires Bar.
Decades worth of grafitti carved into a Buenos Aires bar. Reminded us a bit of the Moosejaw or the Gold Pan here in Summit County.
Buenos Aires is big and brawny and bustling, but big trees calm things down.
I was trying to make this Frankfurt scene look like an old post card.
A fun shot of a tiny home in a back alley in Brignoles, France. The tilted angles of the walls reminded me of something Dr, Seuss might draw. Check out the detail in the windows and the warm light in the door.
A painted ad for a French aperitif surrounds this window in Brignoles, France.
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