What is unusual here
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|Still exploring the Grand Palladium Riviera Maya ( Colonial ).|
The newly built chapel from the gazebo. OK I used the marble floor to capture the reflection of the chapel and frame it using the columns. But if you pay attention . You can see through the Chapel. Indeed both sides are open and the end as well. Really cool building.
Service once a week, and a few weddings too if desired.
See the map for the exact location.You won't see it on the satellite image. It was not built when the aerial photo was taken.
Back on Monday from vacation. Workload pretty heavy therefore limited time on line once again. I will catch up as soon as possible.
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Nice choice of viewpoint Robert - using the columns to frame the building. I'd be tempted myself to straighten the verticals of the column (especially the one on the left)..
Another option also would be to take this in a vertical or portrait mode and get the full reflection of the building in the shiny marble floor! Just an idea ;-)
Otherwise a sharp and well thought out photo - the black frame really helps this too.
It surprise me when I found a photo like this one that has gotten the attention of 2136 viewers and only one critique! It is an interesting and beautiful capture. First, the contrast of the modern marvel floor in the front, with the old church on the back with it's reflection on the shinny floor. Excellent details, specially the open space where we can see the background behind the church through the open space. I am sorry I did miss this one before. TFS