A collection of minimalistic shots from around the world.
Stairs to the beach at Le Treport, France. Pentre Ifan, a dolman of standing stones in Wales. Painted plywood abstract in Yangon, Myanmar. Red maple leaves on the tree outside my window, Canada.Love the simplicity of this display in Singapore’s Asian Museum.Geometric architecture in Rotterdam, Holland.An orange wall with a blue water tower in Huatalco, Mexico.A wooden boat decorates a boathouse in Gronemad, Sweden.Orange walls of the Nordenbro blacksmith shop in Denmark.Orange sand and dried-out clay at Buckskin Gulch, a hike on the Utah-Arizona Borderlands.Home-made chalk drying in Luang Prabang in Laos.A red fence with razor wire creates a pretty picture against blue and red tiled walls in Costa Rica. Rice paddy in Hue, Vietnam.Stairs form a geometric abstract at the Baby Taj, aka Itimad-ud-Daulah.A pinnacle catches the evening light in Belfast, Ireland, UK. Roman Aqueduct in Segovia, Spain.Detail of a blue and yellow bath house at Knokke-Heist on the Belgian Coast.More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Less is More.
A very interesting and diverse collection of images 🙂
Thank you for sharing 🙂
When I started the post I didn’t realize how difficult it would be to define minimal, and how many different forms it would take.
Great photos and a varied, intriguing selection. Excellent.
The selection process was agonizing – some countries I had three or more examples and I really had to winnow them down!
A very cool collection of minimalistic photos around the world! The Red maple stands out. Thank you for the virtual tour. 🙂
Those maple leafs were spotlit on a generally dark fall day and just glowed.
Great photos – you have really embraced the idea of minimalist photography here.
I was surprised at the different ways that minimal could be defined!
Great! Love the red maple leaves, the Buckskin Gulch image, and the last one especially!
I was trying to capture something minimal but also distinctive from each country – those shots were something I hadn’t seen anywhere else.
Great collection for the challenge – my favorites are the chalk and the Mexican water tower.
Those two are quite unique – I don’t think you would find a water tower in those colours anywhere else. And Laos is probably one of the last countries in the world to make up its own school supplies!
really loved your pics! 🙂
Not sure how I missed this Elizabeth. Some wonderful examples. When you see my challenge on Saturday there are a few you may be sorry you posted this week 😊. Stay tuned!
Ooh, a challenge – Love ’em!
I am dying of curiosity!
Orange? Blue and Orange?
LOL, you will just have to wait and see. Posting at noon tomorrow!