Contrasting Similarities

Sometimes the most striking sequences present themselves in the most unexpected places, non? Two of my favorite Tumblrs — Been Thinking and Destin a Terre — posted these photos within seconds of each other and showed up on our Being Blog dashboard exactly in this order.

The scenes couldn’t be more different in temperature and climate and condition, but the mood and the tone make them long-time companions who stopped by the local pub for an ale. They’re both clean, minimalist without being bleak and sterile. And both scenes are just so beautiful.

By the way, the second photo comes from Esther Hernandez, who is an artist located in the Canary Islands of Spain. Definitely check out her portfolio on her website and her latest work on Flickr.


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Efectivamente querida Jeanne, son muy similares. Una, en frío y otra en calor. Los colores lo reflejan.
Gracias por tu trabajo y por la sorpresa. Me ha encantado.
Un abrazo, querida amiga.