The Magic of the Cities.

Zen promotes the rediscovery of the obvious, which is so often lost in its familiarity and simplicity. It sees the miraculous in the common and magic in our everyday surroundings. When we are not rushed, and our minds are unclouded by conceptualizations, a veil will sometimes drop, introducing the viewer to a world unseen since childhood. ~ John Greer

Sunday, October 8, 2006

Suburbia


A view of the city taken from the hills.
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5 comments :

Annie said...

It's huge, isn't it. This is a nice vantage point to show buildings as well as mountains, traffic as well as greenery.

Carraol said...

Yeah you're right, it's huge, almost a nightmare, but has it's magic, like any other city.

orlando said...

Hello, the photographs are very nice , it's a gently surprise to me as a mexican citizen to find people that loves my city like I do. Now, let me tell you that I'm working nearly this place (where the photo was taken) at the 24 th. floor from a departments building a few miles over there,(probably you,ve seen that building because it's at the rear from the position of the camera's lens). Here the view is bigger and wonder like no other place at the city because there's not other buildings around here.

orlando said...

where can I send a few photos that I have taken from here to share with you? my e-mail is orpim@yahoo.com.mx, thank you.

Carraol said...

Orlando, supongo podemos escribir en Español, el gusto es mio. Puedes enviar las fotos a:
Carraol@yahoo.com
Creo saber a que edificio te refieres, por que le hice algunas tomas, es una torre espigada, blanca con tonos verde agua, cerca de Paseo de los Laureles? Probablemente suba una de ellas.
Incluso, si me lo permites, las puedo postear aqui, como aportacion tuya.
Como te podras haber dado cuenta, en los sitios de las otras ciudades, el objetivo es mostrar tu ciudad, con tu particular punto de vista.

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