Saturday, August 3, 2013

Reflections In A Tile Panel



Passageway at Alfama, Lisbon

18 comments:

Arija said...

Really nice composition and distribution of light and dark.

cieldequimper said...

Perfect eye as usual!

Kate said...

Can't get enough of your tiles, and I am so happy that you often feature them.

Lowell said...

That reflection is so perfect like you cut it to size with a knife. But what's really cool is the way you composed this shot - it's a eye-catcher and it looks like some construction is underway.

JM said...

@Lowell: No construction is underway. What you see in the background, on the ground, is a big rock which is something you wouldn't expect to find there. I've never walked this passageway before and it's an amazing place. Unfortunatelly it was hard to capture because of too much light and darkness at the same time.

Sharon said...

Great job photographing in a very difficult spot. I love the little panel.

Birdman said...

A bit puzzling at times too.

Sylvia K said...

Ah, a perfect eye indeed! I, too, love that panel! Great shots as always, JM! And always a great way to start my day!! Enjoy your weekend!

Linda said...

Amazing...splendid. I love this!

VP said...

So that's a rock? Strange, unusual and beautiful place. Your photos of it may be not perfect this time, but surely as good as it gets!

Rhodesia said...

I just love some of the old tile 'pictures'. Have a good Sunday Diane

LOLfromPasa said...

Only someone with a good eye for a super photo would spot this. That would be you, JM :).

RedPat said...

More lovely tile work!

Bob Crowe said...

That's an ingenious shot. The shape of the sunny area on the right is that of an old-fashioned metronome. Reminds me of my childhood days as a talentless violin student.

Randy said...

I agree with Kate. Love that reflection.

Gunn said...

There must be treasures wherever you go in Portugal!
You advertise the region so well!

Laura. M said...

Que bien lo has sacadoado en la pared!!!

Small City Scenes said...

The famous blue tiles are beautiful.