This week’s Photo Friday entry: ’Buildings’
This weeks theme is buildings. There aren’t too many places in the world you can see buildings underwater (and none that I’ve seen in person yet) but living in London there is no scarcity of great buildings to look at and photograph. Like a tourist, I love to look up. Here are some building abstracts from central London that I took whilst doing some of my degree exercises.
Tell me in the comments what is your favourite local building (and which city is it based)?
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ps – thanks to all those who voted last week, my Intense post is in the noteworthy🙂 You can vote for last weeks Darkness post (#38) here.
This week’s Photo Friday entry: ’Pattern’
At the end of last year I finished my second chapter for photography degree module one. One of the categories was pattern so I had great fun both in the water in Bali and wandering around London finding patterns.
If you want to see more of my underwater photos from various places then check out the galleries in my Reef Beasties Gallery. Or my best from 2012 here.
See all the other photo Friday entries (and submit your own) for ‘Pattern’ here.
This week’s Photo Friday entry: ’Geometric’
I really liked this weeks theme: Geometric. I love patterns and there’s plenty to be found in the sea. The best photos of them though are when the pattern isn’t quite perfect. I already posted some a few weeks ago when the theme was detailed but here are some more underwater patterns from around the globe…
If you want to see more of my underwater photos from various places then check out the galleries in my Reef Beasties Gallery.
See all the other photo Friday entries (and submit your own) for ‘Geometric’ here.
I’ve been a little busy recently but I’ve been on a few outings so hopefully I’ll get a chance to upload some photos to show you. Here are some Toadstools (or Mushrooms, I’m not sure of the difference really) that we found growing on our lawn! I liked the velvety pattern made by the underside.
Natural light, Nikon D300 + 60mm macro lens
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