In french "Chemin de croix"
i shot some very symetrical view of this arch, but this one, assymetric, unbalanced, seems to have something more
i hope you like
high contrast on the clouds and a little tone
So intriguing! You do have a knack to find the right angle with your shots, to create almost a style in itself.. this one.. hmm.. i am going to look to see if you submitted the symetric view too. See if I can see what you mean, that this one has something more. Regardless, it's a great one!
Love this - the sky is wonderful and complements the architecture so well. The asymetry works well, and I love the title, though in English I think I'd go with Path of Crosses, not Crosses Path... sounds more eloquent that way, and less awkward. A literal word-for-word translation from Chemin de croix works better for me.
(And a grammar question for you: why is it Chemin de croix and not Chemin des croix? If you have time, can you explain? Thanks!)
Hehe, for the title , "chemin de croix" is in french related to the religious path of Jesus Christ, when he was travelling carrying his cross. Well i'm not religious, at all, but i liked to attach that religious reference, because of the crosses, because of the way you look at it, the more you walk the higher you go... like in heaven or something
"chemin des croix" would have been less referential to the religious thing, so i prefered the one without "s"
note: you can do that in french, using the "de" even when adding something numerous after... but it's quite poetic, not so used in common speaking