Frames don’t need to be bought, we just have to look a bit closer to see them all around us. Here are some of my framed photos from around the globe:
Views over Jaipur, India through a terra-cotta coloured frameA narrow road framed by bending trees in Peñaflor, ChileStunning architectural details framed by an arch in Mumbai, IndiaThe Taj Mahal as seen from Agra FortA serene view of The Amazon River framed by the thatched roof of a hutThe Andes mountains framed by green foliage in Santiago, Chile
A picturesque courtyard framed by arches in Sicily, ItalyColourful, tiled steps framed by a mural wall in Valparaiso, ChileThe Atacama Desert framed by the windscreen of a jeep in Chile/BoliviaMountains in El Calafate, Argentina framed by trees
Gentle waves in Majorca, Spain framed by hotel doorsA view over the city framed by gold details in Berlin, GermanyOxford Street, London framed by the windscreen of a double decker busA brightly-clothed lady working in Dhulikhel, Nepal framed by railings Another view of The Taj Mahal, seen from Agra Fort Autumn in Prague seen through multi-coloured leaves (we saw somebody propose here right after taking this photo!)Beautiful water and soft sand at Otres Beach in Cambodia, seen through the gaps in between two beach hutsBudapest, Hungary seen from above and framed by stoneA busy street framed by window grills in Kathmandu, Nepal
Do you like taking naturally framed photos?
Have a great week!