Széchenyi Thermal Baths, Budapest, Hungary
This entry was posted on 03/29/2012 by KE. It was filed under Water-Spas and was tagged with Architecture, Budapest, Hot Springs, Hungary, Inspiration, Karyn Eisler, Meditation, Photography, Spa Culture, Spas, Széchenyi Gyógyfürdő, Szechenyi, Thermal Baths, Travel, Water.
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03/29/2012 at 11:57
Thank-you! Such a pleasant surprise ~
03/29/2012 at 12:24
such serenity. wunderbar, really. i want to be there, now…
03/30/2012 at 03:40
I want to be there now, too, IN the water (as opposed to just viewing it) …
03/30/2012 at 07:28
This is lovely. Maybe it’s the wavy columns, of different wavy-ness and + the water. And all the arches. Yes, I think it’s the layers of framed space. + the dark and light. It’s gorgeous, anyway. 🙂
03/30/2012 at 06:31
Thank-you, Rose. It’s so interesting to consider what it is about a space — the combination of elements — that makes it lovely / tranquil. The colors, shapes, quality of light, etc. The sound in this space is part of it, too. Low voices, and kind of echo-ey …
03/30/2012 at 07:32
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