Posted on August 19, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
The built environment …
Český Krumlov door.
SUMMIT COUNTY — Every now and then my eyes wander from the natural landscapes that I love to photograph. Especially when I’m traveling, architectural features catch my attention, probably because they’re so different from here at home in the U.S. Doors, stairs, arches, towers … all of them built to last centuries. A few faves follow.
Painting the steeple.
Architectural layer cake in Český Krumlov.
A statue of Neptune guards a pond in Salzburg, Austria, with the Hohensalzburg castle far above.
The inner courtyard of the Hohensalzburg castle.
Baroque facade in Dürnstein, Austria.
An ancient stone arch frames a view of the Danube River in Dürnstein, Austria.
The twin steeples of the pilgrimage church on the Pöstlingberg in Urfahr, Austria.
The neogothic spire of the cathedral in Linz, Austria seems to reach for the sky.
Under the spire …
Rock on rock.
Beer coaster architecture.
Filed under: Austria, Europe, Morning photo, photography, Travel Tagged: | Built environment