A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
Still not my cup of tea, but hypnotic, I must admit..
Nice peeking-through-the-window shot. These colors and swirls, Jack, make feel like I'm in Willie Wonka's chocolate factory. Btw, while it was not the good Doc Ford who I was interviewing, I probably will be at his place this weekend.
Very impressive! Not something I would hang in my house, though. ;)
Now these might make good stained-glass windows in a toy factory!
Like the window shot. You never know what you encounter behind old walls.
J'adore the 'art through window'Jack, an inspired shot.
I really like the glimpse through the window.
Now, this is a room I could sit in for a while.
I too love that window shot. Perfect as part of this series!!!
Love the window shot too!
Oh, yes! Count me in for the window shot, too! Terrific! Hope you have a great weekend, Jack! Enjoy -- camera in hand, of course!!
The glimpse through the window is perfect. I do enjoy those crazy colors, so long as they're in short doses. (I was also surprised to learn about Alessandro de' Medici, the things one learns from art exhibits!)
Yup, like VP I like the brickwork (and actually the bright colours inside!)
Glimpsed through a window is great ..... Such a vibrant color palette.
Through the 'glass' colorfully.
If I had space available, I WOULD hang it in my house!
Lovely old building, bright creative art, and a fabulous perspective through the window.Bises,Genie
I'd be afraid it would keep me up. Sort of the artistic equivalent of a triple espresso.
The panel on the top shot reminds me of a Frank Stella's work I recently saw at a museum here. Love the composition below.
The type of art in this post is definitely not the kind I understand. Seems like anyone with a paintbrush and paint could do this. But I do LOVE the art in the March 15th post.
I do like the glanced through the window side of things!
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