Gorgeous wood carvings decorate this dramatic church in Delores Hidalgo, a city near San Miguel de Allende. Striking in black and white and in color, as is shown in the last picture. You’ll find more black and white pictures at https://ceenphotography.com/2019/08/22/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-things-made-from-wood-2/
Tuesday of Textures kicks off the new year with this week’s photo challenge. See more at https://narami.wordpress.com/2018/01/02/tuesdays-of-texture-week-1-of-2018/ The combination of wood, metal and dried grass exhibits a variety of textures that highlight this pick axe.
My entries in the Mundane Monday Challenge this week sponsored by Trablogger are pictures I took of the wood and metal on a door in San Miguel. the pattern and texture of the wood was appealing to me so I took several shots of it. See lots more in this week’s challenge at https://trablogger.com/mundane-monday-challenge-140-learn-photography/ … Continue reading Mundane Monday Up Close
Cee Black and White Photo Challenge is all about things made with wood. So here is a wooden Indian found in La Grange, TX, and an interesting feature found while in Ireland. See more from talented photographers at https://ceenphotography.com/2017/07/13/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-things-made-with-wood/ The silent one The wise ones
It’s Tuesday and that means the day for Textures. In San Miguel de Allende, Mexico textures surround you, accost you around every corner and delight your visual senses. Here are just a few examples I found in this city of textures. Tuesday of Textures
I have a question for all you door lovers: Why are church doors under an architectural arch? I’m wondering how that started and why. Any ideas, facts or fiction, are welcome. And now for this week’s Thursday Doors contribution: I saw this lovely handmade chest/cabinet on a recent trip to New England and thought the doors… Continue reading Why Arches on These Thursday Doors?