The crumbling remnants of the former convento de la Recolección provide a slightly spooky backdrop to the local park. Also the lumps of collapsed column provide 1) a good picnic spot 2) a slight hazard on the soccer field. #Antigua #Guatemala #conventodelarecoleccion Echurch #convent #ruins #collapse #earthquake #history #colonial #architecture #wanderlust #neverstopexploring #travel #flightlesskiwis
NeMo by Phil Kean Designs - A beautiful house with a foyer full of "grandeur" and luxurious touches. The chandelier and the combination of stone, wood, metal, and glass textures give it a modern and luxurious feel.
THE LONGEST RIDE This piece earned Brian the honor of Master in the Humorous Category of EXPOSÉ 2 published by Ballistic Publishing. EXPOSÉ 2 is the second edition of the annual art book celebrating the creative talents of digital artists worldwide.
Sustainable drainage The new Derbyshire Street Pocket Park in Bethnal Green, London, incorporates sustainable urban drainage to better manage surface water run off, green-roof covered bike racks and bin stores, and bespoke planters that capture rainwater
What's this? Another ruin photo from Antigua? Yep. Sorry. But these places are awesome. This one is from the crumbling interior of the convento de la Recolección. This one is in a much more crumbling state that some of the other sites we visited the main church is just a jumbled pile of collapsed columns now but the whole area is now a chilled out municipal park where families play soccer and you can't walk a foot without tripping over a young Guatemalan couple canoodling over a picnic…