This is a single image of a stepped facade which has been rendered a little more geometric by straightening not just the verticals, but also the horizontal lines – distorting the perspective for effect.
Regular readers of this blog will know of my fascination with glass reflections in inner-city environments. Sometimes they provide reasonably accurate depictions of neighbouring buildings; but on other occasions each window appears to be an individual surrealist’s interpretation of the neighbourhood – as in this case.
This is an image captured a year or two ago that has just surfaced from the archive. Winter is a season that has a lot of downsides to it, but one of the benefits is that we are confined to the house more than at any other time of year. Easy to get bored, but not when you have an archive to explore. Winter is a time for a little bit of image pruning – deleting images that will never, ever, see the light of day. Re-organizing the archive perhaps to make the images you value easier to find. And always there will be images, long forgotten, that have sat on the hard drive, unloved and un-processed. An hour in the archive is always time well spent.