Repetition, Repetition, Repetition

Repetition, Repetition, Repetition

Photography 101: capture repetition. Well, photographing repetition is not difficult in La Antigua Guatemala; quite the opposite. This is a simple image of repeated arches and beam horizontal lines, I know, but thought you might enjoy it.

To me, the misaligned chair in front of the lonely desk provokes the feeling of person who just got up and went quickly somewhere; I don’t know, perhaps I am reading more than what really is there.

What kind of sensations does the image produces in you, if any?

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  • Thomas Wheeler

    Todays photo I’ve seen lots of . This could be some ones private home or one of the old monastic buildings very well kept up Love you photos been going down there from 1972 on to this date once a year to visit my brother Dennis owner of the Dona Luisa on 12 cia I’ll be down most likely next year again Regards Sincerely Thomas Wheeler

  • fred wertz

    Love your fotos, do you have or could you take some of the beautiful colorful graveyards?

  • Manolo

    It’s funny, but everytime I think about a museum this is the image that I have in my head…. even after having visited museums in Toronto, NYC or Paris.

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