Category Archives: Abstractions

Abstract Geometry

Your first thought on seeing this may be: ‘What the heck is that?’ And my answer would be: ‘Does it matter – would knowing what it is change your opinion of it as an abstract image?’ It’s an image that … Continue reading

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It’s Friday already – where has the week gone? Maybe it’s something about being retired, but life seems to rush by in a blur these days. Today’s image popped up on my desktop after another rummage in the toy cupboard … Continue reading

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The End of the Line

It’s Friday again. It’s been a busy week with 19 images posted in my last two blogs. So, time for something simple and short for today. This image was shot from the window of a speeding Eurostar train two years … Continue reading

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Mezzanine Window – the final cut

The Mezzanine Window on the staircase of my house has already been the subject of three earlier posts, as followers and regular visitors to my Photoblog will know. When you are as familiar with a scene, as I am with … Continue reading

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Freaky Friday

It’s Friday, end of the week, time for something a little lighthearted. Someone commented on the images in the two Mezzanine Window posts – ‘The Mezzanine Window’ and ‘The Mezzanine Window Part 2’ – saying, entirely reasonably, that they would … Continue reading

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