Tag Archives: Glass

Twenty Versions

Those of you who know of my liking for reflective glass will understand that it was impossible for me to walk past this building without taking a picture or two. It’s the rather uninteresting façade of a hotel on the … Continue reading

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Subtle Curves

Following on from the muted colours of my last architectural image (click here to view Geometric Subtlety), here’s another one from last year. In this instance the geometric lines are not criss-crossed but swirl through the frame. Both today’s image … Continue reading

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Noticed

Today’s image was taken last week in London as I walked up Vauxhall Bridge Road from Tate Britain in Pimlico to Victoria Station. The sun was lighting up this tall stepped glass façade and I just snapped it with the … Continue reading

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Blue Hues

Colour can be bold, colour can be subtle. Pre-digital, I became increasingly disenchanted with my colour work as a small amount of under or over exposure usually ruined an image. Not so with B&W work where, as the processor, I … Continue reading

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Overhangs

Every month I go down to London to a meeting of the Camera Club at the Royal Society of Medicine. It’s always an enjoyable occasion. I belong to two camera clubs and from each of them I acquire new ideas … Continue reading

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Nearing Completion – at sunset

A slightly clumsy title that encompasses two themes: A sunset, and a building nearing completion that reflected it. I have been planning to write about the building itself for a few weeks, but let’s get to the sunset first. Last … Continue reading

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Glass Houses

There was a time, a century and more ago, when many of the buildings erected in London were of Portland Stone and the architecture was classical. Those buildings are still there and they still look great – in a way … Continue reading

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