What I like about the photo is the partial perspective. It takes the eye right into the midst of all the geometrics - the varied colored tiling, the sculptured columns, etc. I like the off angle, too. Squared up I think you'd miss the energy of the scene. I have a preference for sharp detail and bright color. These don't exist in this capture. But, I am not sure that my preference would be appropriate here. I'd have to compare the two perspectives to actually see which I'd prefer. I am no expert on architectural photography but, I wonder if this meets that criteria. This seems more of an artisticly rendered entry or facia than a form of architecture. That's about all I can offer you. I hope this is what you wanted.
Thanks Bob,this is what I like ,does not have to be so long ,but great to get constructive feed back .This is what I wish this blog was about ,so we could all learn .
A photo is in the Eye of the taker
Yes. It would be nice if it were so. Unfortunately, many photographers take constructive criticism as a personal attack. My 3 years of experience here and on other galleries seem to prove this out. What it seems to be all about is that because some photographers have all the big stuff: DSLR, P.S., equipment, safari's or shoots, club memberships, and have sold a few photos they now think they are entitled to be worshiped and are above reproach. But, that means leaning has stopped. And, the truly good photographers know that learning never stops. Even the most humble have their stories and truth. And all that has an appropriate place. Too bad. Too bad. The few and their attitude make it hard for all the rest.