Category Archives: modern architecture

N is for Nürnberg (Nuremberg)

I went a number of times in the late 80s to early 90s to visit a friend, and she introduced me to a number of places in Bavaria. Alas, I didn’t take loads of images of Nürnberg itself, and many

N is for Nürnberg (Nuremberg)

I went a number of times in the late 80s to early 90s to visit a friend, and she introduced me to a number of places in Bavaria. Alas, I didn’t take loads of images of Nürnberg itself, and many

More glass,and a cloud

Outside the coffee shop in the park, you get some wonderful reflections in the glass. I think it makes for a strong composition against the blue sky, with it’s very definite lines, and that hovering cloud:

More glass,and a cloud

Outside the coffee shop in the park, you get some wonderful reflections in the glass. I think it makes for a strong composition against the blue sky, with it’s very definite lines, and that hovering cloud:

Bridge

Here is an image of a railway bridge with silhouettes of people going about their lives, crossing from one platform to another…..so far, so literal. But this week, WordPress has asked us for our take on Bridge..so, the image above

Bridge

Here is an image of a railway bridge with silhouettes of people going about their lives, crossing from one platform to another…..so far, so literal. But this week, WordPress has asked us for our take on Bridge..so, the image above

Six Word Saturday: A curvilicious variety of manmade curves

Pop over to Cate for more Six Words here. Also linked to WordPress Weekly Challenge Curve.

Six Word Saturday: A curvilicious variety of manmade curves

Pop over to Cate for more Six Words here. Also linked to WordPress Weekly Challenge Curve.

Black & White Sunday: Diagonals (a cacophany of diagonals?)

For Black & White Sunday today, Paula has asked us to post diagonals. She has asked us “to think about the role of lines in photography and..Think how diagonals draw the eye of the viewer through the photograph and enhance perspective…”

Black & White Sunday: Diagonals (a cacophany of diagonals?)

For Black & White Sunday today, Paula has asked us to post diagonals. She has asked us “to think about the role of lines in photography and..Think how diagonals draw the eye of the viewer through the photograph and enhance perspective…”