This building in San Antonio, Texas, looks like an optical illusion when viewed directly in front, the building seems to converge with the sky. But it’s just a facade – the photograph below shows the true architecture.
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When you alter the color, an image takes on a new look. The black and white photo seems to emphasize the artistic panel, but I love the pop of blue in the colored image. I like the cream tone image, too, because it blends everything. What’s your favorite? (I can’t decide!)
This arched window provides a natural frame of one of the buildings on The San José de Tumacácori Mission, the oldest mission in Arizona (established in 1691). I’m very blessed to have been able to see this in person, and this is one of my favorite photographs from that journey.
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