Mark Southard, FPSA  

adobe-copy by Mark Southard, FPSA

January 2020 - adobe-copy

About the Image(s)

Taken in Santa Fe, New Mexico (my home state) -- added a better sky and the little cat.

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5 comments posted

Stephen Levitas   Stephen Levitas
(Group 32)
I have a lot of good reactions to this shot. I like the angle best of all--it could not be better with all the right angles viewed from a diagonal point of view. It makes me think of the angles on Frank Lloyd Wright's "Falling Water" house in Pennsylvania.
I find the modern rain spouts interesting to see in an adobe building, as well as hints of finished windows and a balcony.
But I don't think the cat is needed.   Posted: 01/07/2020 23:57:19

Snehendu Kar   Snehendu Kar
A beautiful image with an excellent combination of composition, perspective, color, and sculptured blue-sky that make this image of an Adobe home so common in Native Indian and arid areas across the world. Great job!   Posted: 01/20/2020 15:32:26

Marcus Miller   Marcus Miller
I like the point of view with all the lines and angles, it seems to draw you to the details in the windows, water spout and planter. The sky sets the building off nicely.   Posted: 01/21/2020 15:03:43

N. Sukumar   N. Sukumar
Interesting architectural lines and texture. The foreground shrubs and background sky add a nice counterpoint. I agree the cat is unnecessary, and not very noticeable.   Posted: 01/26/2020 02:22:19

Alastair Cochrane   Alastair Cochrane
Nice colourful composition with the stepped building anchored by the green foliage bottom right.   Posted: 01/26/2020 05:40:34