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A broad Front

The area around Victoria in Central London has been a rich source of new images this year. On my regular trips to London, if I have the time, I take a walk around the area searching out images. Each day … Continue reading

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Into the Interior

The modern concept of using glass as cladding or facade for buildings allows us to see into them to varying degrees depending on a range of factors including the direction of light, its intensity, the degree of reflectivity of the … Continue reading

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A Patchwork Quilt of Windows

Buildings never look the same re-visited. You visit them a second or third time and you see something completely different. About a year ago I photographed this building and the scene then was all about a vast curve of reflective … Continue reading

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Approaching the station

The Façade of Milton Keynes railway station is a hundred yards of glass. A sky reflector, pure and simple. And on a good day what a sight it is. As I walk towards this my spirits lift. Turn ninety degrees … Continue reading

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Lattice

Following on from my last post – Glass and Water – here is another image from the same day, same area. A perfectly symmetrical building, given the ‘Flat Glass’ treatment I have talked about before. What a joy to behold … Continue reading

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Second Viewing

A couple of weeks ago I re-visited a scene I previously photographed in Where to Crop. You might like to view that image to make comparisons with today’s. On my first visit I encountered problems that related to an inability … Continue reading

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Where to Crop

There’s nothing sacrosanct about the size of a captured image, It’s dictated by the size of the sensor and each of my three cameras has a different sized sensor. We crop to remove extraneous detail, to improve composition and accentuate … Continue reading

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