Tag Archives: Reflections

About Turn

This is my fourth and last post about Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters. Click here to read the first post in this series. Having taken the classic view, stared at the sand under my feet, and raised my eyes … Continue reading

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Clean Abstract

A reflection in a building near Victoria station shot a few months ago. The reflections were dramatic and I decided to maximise their impact by using Topaz Clean to ‘clean’ and simplify the reflections. Then I straightened the image, in … Continue reading

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Sky Grid

A reflected skyscape – need I say any more?

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Fragmented

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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The Cream House

There’s a glass-clad building on the corner of Euston Road and Hampstead Road (just opposite Warren Street Tube station) that I walk by quite often, and every time I pass that building I see a different reflection. It depends on … Continue reading

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Looking in the mirror

Where there’s glass there will be reflections. This building was under construction last summer when we were in Zermatt. It’s always intriguing to imagine how a building will finally look when completed. Buildings have ‘sides’. A side that welcomes the … 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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