Posted by Luis A. De Jesus R. (Mexico City, Mexico) on 27 August 2008 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.
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just awesome -- the amazing design and decor make this a thrilling and captivating shot to behold... and that linoleum floor is just a priceless visual! bravo!!
27 Aug 2008 6:13am
@dj.tigersprout: Thanks for the visit and comment. No linoleum floor here. The fellas that built this place went for gold: floors are stone, and I believe marble. I may be mistaken about the type of stone, but it's stone. Amazing, eh?
Very good, there's a lot to see in this image! Great pov too.
27 Aug 2008 12:48pm
@Thomas Griffioen: Thanks, Thomas. Cheers!
A beautiful shot of this interior. I like that a person is sitting in reverence. Fine image.
27 Aug 2008 9:53pm
@don: Thank you, Don. Appreciate your visit as well. Have a good one.
Very nice composed and interesting scene.
27 Aug 2008 10:58pm
@ZmAjEvA: Thanks for coming back. Really appreciate your thoughts on this image. Cheers!
I like the sense of scale and the colour quality here...
27 Aug 2008 11:31pm
@Daryl: Darly, I was concerned about the color as well as the lighting for this. I am glad you liked it. Thanks and cheers!
a rare color shot! love the perspective and light. the color turned out nice too. looks like maybe they're praying for something important
28 Aug 2008 12:52am
@danthro: Danthro, thanks! I just felt the detail, lighting, and mood merited color here. But how to proceed in interpreting is where I get a bit stuck. I felt this tone was adequate. Thank you again.
fantastic interior shot - really great and interesting detail all arounda nd you got the exposure spot on! great angle as well to show the size of the place...
28 Aug 2008 1:53am
@DarkElf: DarkElf, thanks for dropping by. Appreciate the comment on the photo --mucho! Cheers!!
Good morning Jesus! Nice shot and i look the same church in Italy....is the same style! Ciao, Riccardo.
31 Aug 2008 7:47am
@Riccardo: Thanks Ricardo!! These are figments of the 'Old World' in the 'new.' Sadly, it represents the little architecture that breaks with the common utilitarian construction common in Mexico City.
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