From around the world, a collection of arches used as frames to entice you into their world.
Abandoned church ruins on the Inishowen Peninsula in Ireland. A view of old buildings from a decorative arched window of the Palacio Postal (Main Post Office) in Mexico City. A view of the Gothic Cathedral in Rouen, France through the remains of a facade. Woman squished in a narrow frame at Thatbyinnyu Phaya in Bagan, Myanmar. An upside-down arch framing the ‘Lotus’ building in Singapore. A natural arch framing the red sandstone landscape in Arches National Park’s Devil’s Garden, Utah, USA. The red sandstone mosque next to the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. A red double-arched door gives a glimpse into the royal palace in Hue, Vietnam. The characteristic keyhole shape of a ‘Mudejar’ arch in Toledo, Spain, opening onto a street scene in the city. An archway leading into a sunlit temple in Melaka, Malaysia.An arch framing a view of the inside courtyard of the Manorbier Castle ruins in Wales. More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Frame.
A beautiful collection!
Some great arches!
Great examples Elizabeth. Love the red Vietnamese shot especially
Thank you for the tour of the arches around the world. Great collections of different arches!
Wow. Well done!
Stunning look through the framing of arches. Such a lovely post of your travels. ❤
marvelous shots Elizabeth!
A great variety of frames. Terrific! I really like your shot at Arches.
Having been to many of these places, your photos evoked some wonderful memories. Thanks!