Thursday, December 3, 2015

City Contrasts

15 comments:

Hilde said...

beautiful, like this contrast between beaux arts style and modern. I'm always fascinated by arquitecture in the city.
un abrazo

ladyfi said...

The old and the new - looking good.

Babzy said...

old and new together... :)

Lowell said...

There is certainly a distinct difference. My preference would be for the older style. Who needs plain, stark buildings covered in glass? I'd also bet the older buildings have a lot more character inside than the new ones.

Sharon Anck said...

Very nice architectural contrasts.

Sylvia K said...

Ah, distinct differences they are indeed!! I do SO agree with Lowell, "who needs plain, stark buildings covered with glass and 'dull' on the
inside!! The older style was one of the things that I enjoyed SO much when I lived in Europe!! Thank you, Jose, as always for sharing the beauty of your world!! Have a wonderful weekend!

Karl Demetz said...

I like contrasts, but in this case I'm not sure...

Rhodesia said...

That really is the old and the new, quite a contrast. Diane

Bill said...

I think they actually blend well--- Nice shot.

Photo Cache said...

Blends well and enhances the character of the city.

Halcyon said...

Old and new work well together here!

William Kendall said...

They do blend well, though I prefer the older architecture.

Jack said...

An odd mixture of styles, but that is what a modern city is.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I know others find the mix of old and new jarring but I think it can be achieved really well. The older building is pretty amazing Jose, so much detail.

EG CameraGirl said...

I like the way the new is added to the old rather than tearing down the old and replacing it entirely.