Photographer's Note

This is a post that signifies the change in ME, and how TE has played such a large role in what photos I post.

Let me explain...

Up until a year ago, perhaps a little longer, I would post similar photos to the one i'm posting here. A pure architectural scene, and abstract. Its my favorite type of scene to capture, but i'm posting less and less of them on TE now.

TE has a goal of posting photos which we can learn from, learn about different cultures, learn about people, & learn about cities and countries we live in or travel to.

For the last year or so when i'm taking photos, I'm actually keeping that in mind, and I'm finding that i'm less focused on these Abstract forms.

I also think, in my own personal opinion, thats why some of our dear friends like Juan (JFS) and others, have left TE - to focus on more abstract, more impressionistic photography. And I respect that 100%.

Abstract photography is still in my heart, still on my mind, but as long as i'm posting on TE, I find myself posting other subjects with a broader spectrum.

Is it growth? Is it just abiding by the TE rules? Who knows...But I will still post some of these architectural shots from time to time.

I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts.

As for this subject, its the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas. This is where the Zarkana Cirque Du Soleil show is played. The word Zarkana is a combination of 2 words...bizarre & arcana. Its a show about a Magician in an abandoned theater who has lost his magic.

I'll post a couple more photos in the WS for alternate views.

thanks for reading and viewing

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