Tower house

Posted by on Jul 20, 2013 in Photos | 6 Comments

This one is one from my current travel in Spain. As usually I am not big lover of sunny beach and salty waters. Well I do not mind to rest for a while or get refreshment by swimming or playing in the sea. What I like the most is certainly to discover new places, strange, forgotten passages or small roads leading nowhere. This time, same as I do normally, I have open navigation system and look for the smallest and difficult to reach roads. Place the destination mark there and started an engine. What this decision lead me to you can see on this image, and some more may follow.

Again, small warning, this is not art, just pleasure from discovering hidden beauties…

Tower house

6 Comments

  1. JPH
    Sat, 20. July , 2013

    :-D

    You’re last paragraph “warning”, cracked me up, Richard!

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  2. richo
    Sun, 21. July , 2013

    Jeff, it is true, it is not the art. I consider art something which will add not only aesthetic but also intellectual thought into one’s live.

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  3. JPH
    Sun, 21. July , 2013

    I don’t disagree with your definition, but that you feel you need to like apologize for putting up a photograph that may not be deemed “art” by you, or anybody. My thought is – who cares?! Not every single blessed thing, or photograph needs to stimulate some aesthetic or intelectual response, but can just simply be.

    Let alone, that it is your site and you can post whatever you bloody well please, without having to leave a caveat for your visitors :-)

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    • richo
      Mon, 22. July , 2013

      Jeff, my last sentence was not apologizing it was warning. And you are right, not every photo needs to be art. I only explicitly said that fact about this particular picture ;-)

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  4. Iurie
    Mon, 22. July , 2013

    Richard,
    I first watched the photo (as I always do) and then read the text. Those clouds bring mystery and history. The ability to capture a moment in this manner is already an art.

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    • richo
      Mon, 22. July , 2013

      No Iurie it is no art, it is a craft.

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