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Olympus E-3, 14-54 mm Lens, 1/25 Sec, f/11, ISO 100
Part of a series of photographs taken at the Tumacacori Mission in Arizona, run by the US National Park Service.
adobe, mission series, barro, clay, granary, jar, pot, ruins, terra cotta, tumacacori mission
My focus as a photographer and digital artist ranges from traditional photography to PhotoArt compilation and the less explored world of abstract design created with natural elements such as smoke, oil and water.
Terracotta at it’s best such an excellent vibrant capture Richard congratulations … superb :)))Patricia :)ox
Thank you so much for your wonderful comments Patricia … and for the fave! :-)
– Richard G Witham
Thank you very much Anisja :-)
Very nice ;)
Thank you so much Aleksandra :-)
I’m such a sucker for these adobe style structures, and I’d love to see some of these old missions some time. Wonderfu shot my friend! Cheers, S.
Thanks Sandra. I agree, these old adobe structures seem to radiate warmth and earthiness and are somehow very comforting.
absolutely wonderful capture, the colour is fantastic, I love anything old and with history, and this has both. Well spotted and caught. It is very reminiscent of some seen in South America. Wonderful. hugsxxx
Thank you so much for your nice comments Hilary.
wow I re-open My photography gallery here, at red bubble, you have inspired me Richard.
Ya vi tu galeria de fotos y me gustan mucho las que ya subiste. Muchas gracias por ver y comentar sobre mis obras también Teresa. Valoro mucho tus comentarios.
Love this shot – beautifully composed and such rich colour
Thank you for your wonderful comment :-)
Thank you :-)
Love the desert, love your work!
Thank you for your kind comments Carin :-)
You really did an awesome job with this collection Richard. This is a fave for sure. The adobe seems like it was hand rubbed smooth!!
Thanks Elizabeth. I really enjoyed this little adventure, and I agree with you on the great patina and textures on the old adobe walls.