Session 00 | Oct 19, 2016
-leonardo da vinci-
This picture shows a special part of a house, where the interior space connects to the exterior. The glass in this building opens the interior space, destroying all boundries between livingroom and garden.
This photo, which I took in front of the Reijksmuseum in Amsterdam, is a good example of how modern buildings can be connected to old ones.
Gulls soaring over the beach in Alibag, India, cast precise shadows over the sand and water, seeming to double their number. I really like the colours in this picture, especially the contrast between brown, as a very `calm´colour and the blue of the boat.
This picture is taken from the Taj Lands End Hotel in Mumbai, India. The photographer Fanil Rajgor made this photo of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link. This eight-lane, state-of-the-art cable-stayed bridge is built on Mumbai´s coastline I think the black and white contrast gives this picture a certain atmosphere and the window and the lightning in the room add a beautiful texture to this image.
A man’s shirt matches the golden hue of the buildings in the town of Izamal, Mexico. Situated in Yucatán, Izamal, once a Maya city, boasts an immediately noticeable characteristic: The town’s structures are all painted sunny yellow.
This picture is from New York, it looks like the photographer wanted to create a surreal world with the balloons in which you have several angles of view, like having several cameras showing the landscape and the astronaut.
This amazing picture is from northern Pakistan, people cross this huge bridge, also known as the most dangerous bridge in the world: the Hussaini Hanging Bridge, which is extremely old and very narrow and missing many of the original wooden planks. I really like this picture, the calm colours and the amazing perspective from where it is taken.