Thanks KlausGlenn, it's a masterpiece...
Thanks Gary...I appreciate it. Most of the people walking by were more concerned with getting to the restroom!Are we artists because we see differently, or do we see differently because we are artists?
Great eye, most would walk by never seeing.
Thanks for reminding us that art is everywhere. We just have to be open to letting it in.
I like the idea...I'll have to give that a try the next time I am at my computer with Photoshop.Just a wild thought.
I wonder what the structure and shadows would look like in monochrome, with everything organic in color, or maybe just the view out the windows in color. It would be like a road to oz. I rarely like selective color, but it occasionally works. Love to play.
Thanks Louis...I appreciate itAwesome shot Glenn.
Thanks Dave...I figured since I was in Saguaro National Park that I should frame the cactus!This is just awesome. Not only the lines, but also the way you framed the cactus on the left. Well done!
Thank you, MiriamThere is so much to this picture. Really great. I especially like the framing of the desert scene on the left. A picture in a picture! Worth waiting for everyone to clear out!
Thanks Terri...much appreciatedThis is such an interesting photo. I spent a long time looking at it. There is so much to see yet it all works well together.
Thanks for commenting, GorgioMakes me feel like I'm on a speeding train going into a desert tunnel. Something Disney would try to replicate! I wouldn't change a thing.