Tag Archives: Glass reflections

Window Light

Windows are canvases on which light paints an interpretation of the surroundings. Sometimes the interpretation is accurate, sometimes it is closer to Cubism than reality. Advertisements

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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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Replacing the windows

Almost a perfect fit. Walking down towards Tate Britain earlier this week I passed this building. Nothing very remarkable about the building – large floor to ceiling windows in a facade that was clad with wood. A little austere and … Continue reading

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Geometric patterning

The world would be a very different place without glass. That is a statement of the obvious. But it is when you view reflections in so-called flat glass windows that you appreciate that glass is so much more than a … Continue reading

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Window Gallery

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 … Continue reading

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A Neighbour’s Imprint

Yesterday I was in London (in-between the strikes currently being inflicted on passengers travelling on Southern Rail by the Unions). I am still familiarising myself with the London terminus at which I now arrive – Victoria Station. A station whose … Continue reading

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Split Screen

I’ve been looking through the Archive while the rain pours down. I remember this image  – shot in March 2012 in the Chelsea area of West London. It’s one of those images that you look at and think: how was … Continue reading

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