At L’Ahambra in Spain the sweeping curves of an arched entrance are inviting. The space beyond them has a mysterious allure.
Walking through arches in the mosque at Cordoba, Spain is like walking through a stone forest.
The roof of an old Friary in County Cork, Ireland is long gone. The arches framing the sky are like portals to another world. Perhaps that is why the place is used as a cemetery.
Here’s a photographic homage to the arch, one of the oldest architectural forms.