Friday, January 28, 2011

Architecture is...

Architecture is basically a container of something.
I hope they will enjoy not so much the teacup, but the tea.
Yoshio Taniguchi
Hi my friends,
Thank you so much for your kind comments to my last post about the Agave plant. All your comments here and on Facebook are very much appreciated. I'm so happy so many of you liked that post!
This pictures above is an architectural detail shot of Ron Jon Surf-Shop in Cocoa Beach. 
Enjoy the creative lines and shapes.It's an eye catching landmark in Coco Beach, FL. You'll not miss it. 
I'll bring later some pictures more from here, and also from the fantastic and fun inside, where all the surfers go to buy their sport tools. Next time, go inside and have a look!

I wish you a wonderful start in the weekend - soon!
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nothingprofound said...

Amazing how you get these effects. A kind of hyper-reality.

I like the quote. One could even say the same about our bodies: they, too, are a kind of architecture. A container. It's what's inside that counts.

Susanne49 said...

Yes, you're right Marty. It's always the inside of a human been that counts more than the outside - always did for me! :)

Thanks for stopping bye and for sharing your version of the quote. I appreciate!

nothingprofound said...

Incidentally, Suzanne, today's aphorism is about what's inside-if you care to drop by.

Susanne49 said...

:) I will, Marty :))

Thanks for dropping by here!

Peter (Worldman): said...

This is really an attractive peice of architecture. I like those "broken" stucco lines.

PhotoVigor said...

Wow wow wow, one of your photos that I like most. Simple, clear, colorful and interesting. Love it.
Cheers.. :)

Susanne49 said...

Thanks for the kind comment, Peter! I hope you're safe in Liberia!

Susanne49 said...

Thank you for your kind and enthusiastic comment, Vigor! :) I'm happy that you like the perspective of this architectural shot. :)


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