These photos were taken at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.
The Patio of the Lions is probably the most famous place in the Alhambra. It is so called because of the twelve lions that throw jets of water and which are part of the fountain in the middle of the patio.
One of my art quilts, Red Sky At Night, is being featured on the blog Quilt Inspiration. The two women who do this blog select different themes and then find art on Etsy to work with the theme. I'm pleased they found me! Here's a link to the quilt in one of my Etsy shops.
We were at Duke University Medical Center in May and the architecture of the hospital really caught my attention. This first photo is looking down at the roof over the lobby.
The second photo was taken inside the lobby, looking up at that roof. Through the roof you can see a glass tower. I was up there on the third floor when I took the photo looking down at the glass roof.
As usual, I was playing with the pictures in Photoshop.
I loved the pop of color on the second floor.
To the side of the building was a lovely courtyard. Standing in the courtyard, I took several pictures of the glass tower. The reflection from the other buildings was incredible.
In this picture, on the left, you can see a bit of the pointy glass roof that's over the lobby.
This is the entrance to the courtyard. You can see the glass tower in the background.