Alhambra Honeycomb, by Ahmed Al.Badawy

One of the most significance examples of Muqarnas ornament. Alhambra palace is a very famous source for this kind of architecture elements. The looking up view of the hall of Ambassadors is one of the most remarkable photos for Islamic architecture. In this hall, you can’t recognize the exact space shapes. Muqarnas shift your eyes between the central doom to walls in very impressive and intelligent way. for my experience, you still part of the nature inside the place and this is what are missing today in our modern world.

Alhambra Honeycomb, by Ahmed Al.Badawy

Canon PowerShot S90 | Shutter Speed 1/20 sec @ f/3.5 | ISO 80 | Focal Length 6.0 mm
Alhambra Honeycomb, by Ahmed Al.Badawy

Award Winner: Photo of the Day | February 08
Award Score: 65 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 17, Style 12, Skill 12)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Architectural Photography
Photograph Location: Alhambra Palace, Granada, Andalusia | Spain

Photographer: Ahmed Al.Badawy (Mansoura, Egypt) Registered
Ahmed Mohammed Albadawy, Architect and Photographer. Born in Mansoura, Egypt, in 1985. He is one of the founders of Gozour, architecture and design studio “http://www.gozourstudio.com/”. Ahmed started his photography career in April 2010. His photography perspective grows up dramatically with Architecture. From historical places his photography found it’s character and features. “Do what you like by the way you like, and ignore the complexity of the world” is one of simple principals in his life. He believes great talents can come from the simplicity of surrounding things and people are always good partners to feel his talents.

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