Watering building

Picture by profcarlos


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  • 21 Aug
  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, +3
  • Editing Software Others
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes Due to the suggestions made in this forum, I tried to increase the contrast, compared to my previous posts. Let's see if I got it right.
old ancient rio de janeiro colonial building Brazil sambadrome samba street decay urban forgotten

12 Comments

21 Aug 21:25
profcarlos

In colonial times, there were several similar buildings in Rio de Janeiro. They were watering holes for horses and people, with water coming from hidden springs to a small stone basin. The city grew, and it remained, forgotten. One can see the Sambadrome to the right side.

21 Aug 21:28
ruhri

Interesting story and a nice capture.

21 Aug 21:59
rcuello

I love Rio, the process highlights the color and warmth of Brazil. I also like that it is not the traditional view, this is located in the "Rua" Frei Caneca, front of the Marechal Caetano Regiment Military Police.

21 Aug 22:01
profcarlos

I also shot the MP headquarters. :)

21 Aug 22:10
rcuello

The regiment has a beautiful entrance, difficult to capture the entire front, because it is very long and narrow street, in addition to the trees, maybe a vertical photo the portico with the clock at the top.

21 Aug 22:15
profcarlos

Unfortunately, I can only post a single pic a day here, but I also shot the MP's HQ entrance (it is wonderful, all sculpted; the sargent in charge of the gate closed the in-and-out traffic for the shot) and the facade.

21 Aug 22:20
rcuello

Do not worry, there is time to post, I prefer to post one photo per day.

21 Aug 22:22
sanz3jo

9

22 Aug 03:16
brucet

Only negative comment is the black in the very top right hand corner.

22 Aug 08:56
arthakker

nice shot

22 Aug 09:54
mariannea

Nice

22 Aug 22:58
laddy

Nicely done :)

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