Wooden city

wooden city


Curious, in comics usually the cities in the future have high buildings without windows.

As an architect I guess it could be a material transparent inside and opaque outside, or panels where they could work also as screens and simulate to be invisibles or opaque.

As a person that likes to draw I think it’s just a pain, in the place where the back losses its name, to draw thousands of windows :P

Made of fading time


made of fading time


I took this photograph with so much interest in that cloud at dusk. To have a better representation I took six photographs and stitched them to get this file. I think if the conditions are given it’s better to zoom in the lens and stitch the photographs instead of taking one photograph and after that do an extensive cropping. That usually ends amplifying the lack of details, if there are no much pixels, and lens aberrations or noise. Actually my camera has a great fixed lens, I do it more because ten megapixels have its limits. It’s easy to see if an image have been just sharpened instead of other one that is naturally detailed.

If you click the image your monitor is going to explode, lol, no, I mean, it’s going to open a window with a much bigger file ;-)

That cloud is like time, it seems so slow but if you are distracted it has already reached you. It’s already night.

A brick in the heaven


I like to go upstairs and see the sky. It seems that there is not much people there, in their rooftops, seeing instead landscapes in internet or tv.

Thinking about that I don’t remember a customer that had asked me for a window to see the moon when it arises from the volcano, or not even a bedroom with a view to the sunrise (and that’s a healthier room by the way).

I guess that today the people windows aren’t that of crystal but screens in the room or even in the pocket. My understanding is that travelling is something marvelous, but not exclusively the one thing to discover a beautiful place.