Courtyard of the episcopal palace in Bressanone.
The building is on three floors, and its external walls are a pale yellow, decorated in purple. The facades located to the north and south are two lodges Renaissance, while the other two sides are in Baroque style, all designed by Hans Reichle of Schongau (1565-1642). The building also houses a permanent exhibition of nativity scenes, one of the most important collections in Europe, one of the biggest promoters was Prince Bishop Karl Franz Lodron.
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yquem46 (38750) 2013-03-20 4:01
First welcome to TE, hope you'll enjoy it
This one could be hardly more minimalist but it's beautiful in its simplicity
Excellent conversion to b&w, to me an obvious choice in the present situation
Of course here I like the contrast between the left part with its gradient of black progressively fading to gray as it goes to the end of the image, with the right side very white and almost at the limit of overexposure
very well done, bravo
Mondaychild (378) 2013-03-20 4:07
very nicely composed graphic image. B/W was a good choice.
rogerl (1616) 2013-03-20 4:43
Very nicely put together; the symmetries of the arches above and the columns to the left work very well. As others have noted, the contrast in shades from left to right is eye-catching. I might have toned down the white just a bit to make the arches, and the back part, stand out a bit more.
CPD66 (958) 2013-03-20 6:01
i like the composition of the shot and the detail that you can see but the background is too over exposed.
i have posted a workshop of your photo but with the contrast andd brightness reduced.
see what you think.
yaya13baut (3344) 2013-03-20 9:06
and welcome on TE.
I like this minimalist composition and I think the B&W is a good choice to give back the silence of the place.