Five iPhone images for the end of this week that have something in common. Their content is essentially someone else’s Art or Design that I have chosen to capture.
First up: a window at our local supermarket that is covered over by an abstract design in orange and yellow. On a dull day it is nothing special, but in the afternoon when the sun shines straight through this window it just glows.
On the edge of the platforms of our main-line railway station there are the recurring three words ‘Mind The Gap’. Alternately this is readable either from the platform or from the train. The Font is a stencil design and as I looked at this one morning with nothing better to do, I noticed that the word MIND upside down read CINIW.
A shop front next. A Garden Centre store that is so much more than a garden centre has at least kept the backdrop to its window displays in keeping with the supposed theme of the interior.
And finally another image (and another window display) that features the colour Red.
Have a good weekend, everyone. I’m leaving the wintry weather of the UK behind (just as it is about to end with a rapid rise in temperature) and head off to the Alps to somewhere even colder for a week’s skiing. So next week’s images will be all about skiing, ski action, and mountain-scapes. Assuming, of course, that I master the controls of my new – but second hand – D7000 Nikon and a properly new lens: a Sigma 18-250mm zoom: the only lens I am taking.