Tuesdays of Texture | Week 21 of 2017

I chose an image from Cartegena, Spain. There is a hill in the center of the city where active archeological digs are in progress. At the top of this hill is this round, stone structure. I bled a bit of the color out of the photograph to enhance the textural quality.

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Here is the original image:

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Each version has its own textural qualities. Note the two people in the image to the right of the structure. They blend in a bit, so you don’t see them at first.


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2 thoughts on “Tuesdays of Texture | Week 21 of 2017

  1. That looks like a very dry, arid place and I had the (apparently wrong) impression that Cartagena wasn’t in the driest parts of Spain… either it is or there’s drier places?
    Wonderful images, thanks for sharing!

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