I had to chuckle because this was like those exercises I use to love in children's magazines where you had to figure out the differences between the pictures. It took me a few minutes, but I found the change. I think it looks quite natural.
Well, that's actually how it looks, without the cars. Really, I didn't add in anything that actually isn't there. Ohh, that area in front of Colm, under the loggia, could hold 15 or so cars. When I hang in the room above I park under it.
Neat building. I assume you must have photo-shopped the cars out (I don't think you'd put them in).
Yep, getting rid of cars :-)
It took me a bit to figure it out as well simply because I started at the top since I could only fit one picture and a part of the other on my screen at the same time. Had I not seen the original picture, I would have been fooled. Great job!
I thought I had set up the images so they fit one at a time to a screen without scrolling. And I thought it fitted to any device in the way that fits too.I think 'convinced' is the word I'm going fro rather than fooled. I don't want to change anything that's there, all the time.
Looks great! I hate having things like cars and trashcans and people in my photos. You did a good job on it!
In Europe trashcans were gradually removed off the streets. They were designed in the 70s and 80s out of cast-iron and so ideal for hiding. What we have now are things that look like upended canons to separate the walkers from the traffic. And they are sure ugly.And thank you.
I have the benefit of all the previous comments so I didn't even have to work to figure it out. It is a beautiful building. I'll be in Ireland in a month!
And you are welcome. It's a bit of an anomaly. It's called the Main Guard, and placed as a stratigic point to get to the gates or the walls. When it was rebuilt after 1650 or so in this formation it was the courthouse for the Palatine County. So not a good place for some, mostly the poor.