Saturday, February 09, 2013

curves revisited

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I needed to redo this post because the photos in the original post had to be moved and the links were broken.  It's a long story but I really like the photos and you might too.  A 2010 trip to Puerto Rico was filled beautiful curves.   I enjoy both straight lines and curves.  It just depends on the object.



















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17 comments:

Mrs4444 said...

Very nice! I like them, too. I also like these colors :)

longhollow said...

So beautiful! I'm a sucker for architecture.

Cathy said...

Great photos, thanks for sharing :-) You've captured some beautiful buildings.

Heather Smith said...

Love the dome... I am sure it must have been breathtaking in person!

Tara R. said...

Beautiful architectural details. The geometry of the dome and arches is stunning.

Laurie Matherne said...

Fantastic curves in Puerto Rico. I don't see any beach beauty curves from the island. Maybe another time?

lisleman said...

Taking pictures of these curves generate less problems for me than those other curves. Strolling the beach - good exercise for your legs and eyes.
thanks

Judy said...

What part of Puerto Rico were these pictures taken. We will visit Sna Juan in the next 2 weeks.

Tami said...

Oh my goodness! The art work is gorgeous! When you said curves, my mind wandered elsewhere…. LOL

lisleman said...

Yes my mind goes there too. LOL

lisleman said...

It's the capitol building in San Juan. We went their on a city guided tour which included lunch (I seldom forget lunch). thanks

CaliforniaGirl500 said...

These photographs are beautiful. Did you take?

We have a close friend, an architectural detail photographer, you might like:
http://ellenfisch.blogspot.com/

lisleman said...

Yes I did. Just with a point and shoot Canon compact camera. thanks

Bee said...

These pictures are absolutely gorgeous! There's a cathedral a lot closer to home that you might want to check out: St. Josaphat in Milwaukee.

Traci Shannon said...

Those are gorgeous pics. Not having been around in 2010, I am so glad you reposted! Happy Sunday!


:-)
Traci

Cheryl P. said...

Wow...beautiful. Rotundas just have a way of making us ooohhh and ahhh.

unknownmami said...

Very beautiful.

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