Tag Archives: Distorted reflections


The great fascination of glass-fronted buildings is the way they create inter-relationships. A building no longer stands alone as a discrete structure, it becomes part of a complex kaleidoscopic jigsaw that changes with every step we take. Two days ago … Continue reading

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Columns and Panes

Light is everything – it’s light that makes photography possible. And when the light is shining bright the facades of the buildings on the streets of London come alive. I was walking back along the Euston Road. It was a … Continue reading

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Glass and Water

On my most recent trip to London I spent some time out in the Docklands area of London – an area that has seen colossal development in recent years. Canary Wharf is the financial centre of this area with many … Continue reading

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Fleeting Figures

This is the third in a series of Posts displaying images from the Hungerford Bridge crossing over the Thames from Charing Cross to South Bank. There is an alternative route onto this bridge from the one described in my previous … Continue reading

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Two weeks ago I stopped off at London Bridge to take a look at The Shard (Europe’s tallest building). As soon as I stepped outside it started to rain and so was I was quite rapidly driven back inside where … Continue reading

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Warped Facade

A few days ago we paid a visit to our local Ikea store. The façade of all Ikea stores (at least in the UK and I suspect elsewhere) is a combination of two bright colours – blue and yellow. We … Continue reading

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