Kind of corny, I know, but this pic of a sunrise on Mallorca is all I could come up with. And it’s definitely a picture of silhouettes.
I try not to take pictures against the light because seldom something good comes out of it – aside from Silhouettes that is. And Silhouettes of people and buildings are not my cup of tea: I do not only want to see their shape, but the life and colour of them as well.
At the end of the Middle Ages the portuguese king Manuel I commissioned the monastery of Jeronimo in Lison and its church. The cathedral of Lincoln dates back to the 11th century and has been the worlds highest building from 1311 until 1549. Both impressive churches show all kinds of geometrical shapes (from the footprint to the columns and ceilings), albeit not such “clean/demure” ones as nowadays. Here an example of a far more modern “temple”:
These two are my brothers. It’s not possible for them to live together anymore in daily life because they are so different – but sometimes they get their acts together and can form some bond. So I see a heart here…