Monseratte. Sintra

There is one sure thing about me photographing architecture details. There is almost 100% chance I’ll take a photo of a ceiling. This time, when I was visiting the Monseratte palace in Sintra, it wasn’t different. Well, maybe it was a bit different. Usually I would take the ceiling photo from standing position, but a couple of days ago I read Leanne Cole’s post about photographing architecture. One of the suggestions says “there is nothing wrong with placing your camera on the floor”. So I gave it a try. Don’t you love the details and the golden decoration? Well I do.

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