Architecture is one of the most interesting subject areas in photography. Getting it right can be a bit hit-and-miss situation. It’s not only a question of framing, texture but lighting can have a significant impact on the photo-plenty to learn but I am enjoying it and will be sharing a few photos in this category. This is a photo of Sant Roma in Lloret de Mar-Spain; gorgeous structures, colour and texture so what are we missing? Possibly a bit off on the framing alignment but so be it as I am NOT a big fan of too much cropping particularly when there is not much latitude for it. The one take away I would suggest is that when dealing when large structures with plenty of interesting parts particularly in architecture related photos, it does sometimes make sense to take multiple photos to emphasis them separately otherwise viewer may not enjoy/appreciate them within a single photo. Anyway, hope you enjoy!