The sculpture shooting off into the sky like a rocket on it’s launchpad, piercing through the atmosphere as a a giant metallic ring encloses it. The repetitive lines of the glass windows, each a slightly different texture and contrast of grey. The roof of the building rising in a diagonal arc to the point where the sunlight catches it with a shining crescendo. This is one of my favourite photo’s I have taken, I’m not big on architectural photography but having seen plenty of examples I’d say maybe, MAYBE, this is an ok one itself. (more…)
This is what greets you after around 300-400 odd spiralling, narrowing, horrendous steps when you climb to the top of St Peters Basilica in the Vatican, another 100 odd and you’re on top of it. (more…)
This the last post in a series across this week of the Ogmore River, the other two can be found here and here, and this time it’s of the ruined castle itself that sits next to the river. The photo below was taken on my Nikon FM with 28mm on Ilford FP4 125 ISO film at f11 1/125th sec.