Saturday, 13 September 2008

Um senhor chamado Gaudi [Mr. Gaudi]

15 comments:

~pi said...

alucinogénico :)




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Andrea said...

Yessss:I agree with the first comment.
If I've been in place like this I could have decided not to drink anymore.

Teresa Marques dos Santos said...

Surprise!
I'm Teresita, from gymn(!), and so dizzy with such a beautiful frame;-). I want some more, 'pilise', or I kill you.
Kiss kiss
T.

Anonymous said...

I remember very well this wonderful garden ! A nice shot !

Anonymous said...

E ele tinha uma imaginação que não acabava. É pena que não exista ninguém com um pingo da imaginação dele.

Mónica said...

como não há outro igual :D

Eduardo P.L. said...

Fantástico seus parques, suas arquiteturas, seus detalhes, suas invenções, sua participação na criatividade de uma boa fração do mundo. UM GENIO!
Sua imagem maravilhosa!

Bjs

Mingo said...

Has estado en el Parque Güell de Barcelona , a que es muy bello.La imagen te ha quedado de maravilla,Excelente captura y colores. Saludos!

Anonymous said...

A fantastic place!

Anonymous said...

Oh yes. That Gaudi is one to be reckoned with when it comes to things like this, Lina! Gotta love that man!

Unknown said...

another really really good shot! do you contribute some photos for photography magazines?

Anonymous said...

Funny, just recently I explained to one of my friends that Gaudi is for architects, what Van Gogh is for painters, Charlie Parker is for musicians, or Gabriel Marquez for writers, a crazy diamond, who let his fantasy to soar free. Only for him it was a thousand times harder, because architect's hands are tied with so many things: financing, engineers, contractors, client's capricious wishes and desires, games of local politicians...
Absolutely love your take on this passage way. Lina. Wonderful job.

Anonymous said...

:) Esto lo conozco, Lina :D

Aquí es totalmente imposible la verticalidad/horizontalidad. Que nadie te diga que está torcida!

Anonymous said...

Um excelente arquitecto e não digo mais, porque não posso.

Bj

Anonymous said...

Wowo, wonderful place here, a nice perspective :))