Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

Ode to M.C. Escher, San Acacio, Colorado. Shadows and light abound. I revisited this location following a review of my images from last weekend. This time I had a concept in mind, and here is the result. Thanks for looking. G


4 thoughts on “Ode to M.C. Escher”

  1. Love the story and the glory in its demise it still shines . It’s beauty has been captured wonderfully by your magicall ability to see it. I love it . I love the playfulness of the perspective and how the old wood almost looks like shiny metal until your drawn in to examine it closer. Brilliant Geraint. Xx

    • Thank you sister. I have so much fun and enjoy making images in this area where repeat trips are easily accessible and allow me to explore many aspects of the one subject. Living my bucket list in my neighborhood. x

  2. Wow! Escher concept accomplished beautifully. Earth tone monoliths in sequence becoming smaller in the foreground, but somehow sacred and aged. Took me a little time to see the dimension in the blue of the sky, then all was there. Such precision and depth for all to gaze upon.

    ps does anyone know who might have built the house years ago?


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