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.