Lens artists Photo Challenge #151: From Large to Small

I’ve chosen Red as my colour, and am hoping these are in diminishing order of size, even though it’s hard to gauge in the way these are presented.

Large red doors on the facade of an old warehouse in Wapping:

Wapping – whopping in red

Now for a red interior wall of an office:

Street art by Stik on a door in Shoreditch, followed by an odd orangey-red painted bollard in the same area:

Red bollard

And finally, a small poppy in a field

Linked to Lens Artiists challenge at Patti’s here

25 comments

  1. I enjoyed them whatever the size, Sue. And “Wapping–whopping” was fun and “Street art by Stik on a door in Shoreditch” is almost a poem, so I enjoyed those word bits, too. Happy Friday.

  2. Sometimes small and simple is the most striking Sue. Loved all of your images today but especially loved your closing capture. Your choice of aperture is perfection. Also, I don’t think I could work in an environment as red as the wall you included! Yikes, a headache waiting to happen!

    • Sue

      Many thanks, Tina! It was quite a performance getting that image of the poppy blowing in the wind at f1.8, I think. Might have been 2.8….I had take quite a few because it was going in and out of focus with each gust. As for the red office, it was lighting….one minute green, then purple, then red aaaaaargh!

  3. The poppies are out around here now. Lovely to see itn the fields, and on the verges.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. So good Amy. Loved the transition 🙂 🙂

  5. Where or how did Amy sneak into my comments. I can only apologise Sue

  6. I really like these, especially the second one. Very striking!

  7. I love the old warehouse exterior, but the red office wall made my eyes hurt!

  8. Beautiful transitions here 😀 😀

  9. Love it, Sue – the Wapping – Whopping is just so great. Is it a Swedish poppy?

  10. I enjoyed your “large to small” collection in red, Sue. It’s one of my favorite colors, too.

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