Architecture, Art, Creativity, Photographs, Photography, Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday | 08-05-15

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Nighttime

When we visited New Orleans for a week, our last night we went on a ghost tour. The night was perfect –  a full moon, cloudy sky, wind blowing, just the right combination. All of the buildings looked spooky at night, in particular, the house with the green and purple lights. I thought these pictures are perfect for this week’s Daily Post photo challenge.

To see other interpretations of Nighttime, check out the photo challenge here.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Between

San Antonio architecture

One aspect I love about San Antonio, Texas, is they don’t tear down their old buildings; instead, they reuse, or build on, such as with these two buildings. Oh, the stories that must exist between the old and the new. The imagination the architects had in combining the past and the present!

To see other interpretations of Between, visit the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge here.

Art, Creativity, Nature, Photographs, Photography

Buildings in Nature

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A nice balance of nature in downtown San Antonio, Texas. Love the ornate architectural details!

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Abstract Architecture Art

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 Funk Facade

(Two images)  There’s art contained in every nook, carving, curve, and shape in this building’s ultimate funk facade, including the popping pink paint, and the sleek silver semi-iridescent tiles. This is one of San Antonio’s (Texas) many beautiful buildings.

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Blue Day

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A cool, brisk, beautiful blue day, reflected in this modern San Antonio, Texas, building.

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San Antonio Architecture

I love architecture, especially older buildings that are preserved. Being able to see the craftsmanship in the details shows one the history of an area. In San Antonio, Texas, the old is mixed with the new, and older buildings take on new life.