Posted November 3, 2012 by Scott Marshall in Abstract, Cityscape, postaday, Shape, Texture
Tagged with British Museum, Cityscape, Colour, creativity, England, Landscape, London, LSSi, Museum, People, photography, postaday, Scott_Marshall, Shape, skm1963, Texture, travel, Twister, Urban, vacation
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Makes me think of tea and a nice cake in the cafe just round the bend on the ground floor… Lovely shot for ‘geometry’.
So much going on in this image I looked at it for quite long time. Fantastic Scott!
I’ll need to come back and view this more.
Scott, I think you’ve managed to cover all aspects of ‘Geometry’….
It is so diverse; the colours, the age, the architecture…. There are so many elements in this pic…. could stare for ages….! You are so clever…
You certainly didn’t disappoint on this challenge. I love the ceiling most of all, but it’s all good.
Ohhh I LOVE this! Great work.
it is a well photographed location but this was taken in the early days so I am pleased with it – Thank you
It is indeed a well-photographed location but I enjoy this shot for its quality. I particularly like the texture you have achieved in the stone.
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