WordPress Photo Challenge: Structure-Ancient & Modern


Structure-Ancient & Modern

Structure defines shape, gives strength, and is a controller in the “man made world”. Much of my photography seeks out structure especially in architecture as we travel the world and I offer three contrasting examples from The Ancient World of Rome, A Victorian Museum in Oxford, and Modern Day Madrid Airport. We often walk through and around these places not noticing the important structures and their role. Which is your favourite?

The Ancient World  

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Roman aqueduct, Segovia, Spain

The Victorian World 

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Oxford University Museum of Natural History 

The Modern Day World

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Madrid airport

Structure



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10 replies

  1. Segovia one of my favourite places in Spain – an Aqueduct, a Castle a Cathedral and a wonderful Plaza Mayor!

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  2. I see we had similar tales on the theme! Nicely done.

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