Estructura de Iglesia

Frame: a basic structure that underlies or supports a system…

I have mentioned in previous posts that we are experiencing a building boom on our little street.  One of the structures is a little church directly across from us.

The process has been a little different compared to the normal building style in Panama.  It has plenty of concrete block and a tin roof but the underlying frame is made of metal.

One morning after the frame was up I noticed that the sunrise was reflecting off the metal, creating a rosy glow…in the campo.

To check out other entries in this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge “Frame” go here.


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9 Responses to Estructura de Iglesia

  1. prior.. says:

    a metal frame never looked so good – love the rosy reflection too !

  2. I like that you went in a different direction with the prompt.


    • indacampo says:

      Thanks. I also could have lamented about the local carpenter who has had a couple of my pictures that Dos Gatos knocked of the wall. He’s “re framing” them. I might get them returned in la mañana or mañana, mañana or a bazillion mañanas from now…LOL!!!

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  4. Catherine Virgenock says:

    I just went back and reread that it is a Church. That in itself might mean something. You should frame one of these prints (do they have Goodwills in Panama .. I always see really nice frames in there for $1 or so) and give it to them for their.lobby when the Church opens. It’s really a nice photo.

    • indacampo says:

      No Goodwills here. I don’t know that they have any kind of second hand stores. More on the church coming…😋

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