Las cosas dependerán siempre de la perspectiva con que las veas 👁👁. ¿Vives en un lugar con una vista privilegiada? ¡Invítame! 😁 quiero tomar más fotos así. Me gusta registrar las diversas caras de la ciudad como esta donde el color predominante es el del ladrillo. Este es el parque central Bavaria, donde las construcciones bajas según los urbanistas, evitan que la ciudad se densifique demasiado.
I had been told that Gloucester Cathedral was worth a visit but hadn’t realised quite how interesting and stunning it was. Apparently, every year, the cathedral welcomes over 400,000 people from all over the world. I’m not surprised, it’s steeped in history, it’s the burial place of King Edward II (one of only a few monarch tombs outside of London), it hosted the coronation of King Henry III in 1216, who was nine at the time and of course one of the film sets for the Harry Potter movies. And there’s so much more... Even though we spent a couple of hours there I need to go back.
This photograph may look 👀 very much like the one I posted last week, and that is because it was shot just 2-minutes ⏳ after that one I posted last week. The crazy thing is just how different each shot looks because of a very fast moving storm ⛈ that was coming in. The earlier shot still had plenty of clear sky in it, while this one is almost all clouds. And it really was just two minutes apart that they were shot. If you click the link below and check this one out on my website, just click the 'next' button and you will see the earlier one that has all of the blue sky. ⠀
For more art like this, see link in bio. 👈👈