If you have been reading our recent posts, you already know that I have been busy capturing many old historic buildings in the neighborhood of Bellavista that are slowly being gobbled up by an uncontrolled appetite to build higher and higher towers. When these regal buildings are gone, at least you can see how they looked like by checking Lingua Franca. That’s what we do when we want to know how a Dodo looked like; we go to the old pictures taken by the historians of those days when these animals were alive.
Below are a couple of pictures of a stunning apartment building following the elegant architectural style of Bellavista. It was early morning—about 7:00 a.m.—so the light was just right. Photographers love to take their pictures during the first two hours or last two hours of light. Morning light is at its best from just before sunrise to about an hour afterward, while evening light is best from one hour before to just after sunset. Photographers call this soft light, “the golden light”.
This is the building with a soft touch of pink: I hope you like it.