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January 18, 2014

C is for Cathedral

Filed under: Rex — Rex @ 09:16
Went to the wild life exhibition at NHM, the National Portrait exhibition, and the Landscape at the NT.

Went to the wild life exhibition at NHM, the National Portrait exhibition, and the Landscape at the NT.

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  1. I was fairly sure that I’d seen a similar title from you before Rex, perhaps I was thinking of this http://www.myfourthirds.com/document.php?id=15955 from, I don’t believe it, eight years ago.

    I’ll return for a more considered comment when I’m viewing on a desktop screen.

    Comment by cgcooke — January 19, 2014 @ 11:08

  2. I keep wondering if I would have failed to take this image because of trying unsuccessfully to isolate the C from the fragment of the a(?). Which is definitely not to say I think you were mistaken to take it!
    The framing and the strength of the reader’s concentration have a powerful grip on my attention. Not that there isn’t anything else to explore in image, perhaps made a little beguiling by the secondary image. I can’t help but wonder how wide the gap must have been in the glazing to cause such a relatively large offset.

    Comment by cgcooke — January 31, 2014 @ 00:20

  3. It was a double take. Nora and I had walked down to the Tate Modern and were about to head to the Millennium Bridge. I walked past this and then considered what I’d seen as I walked on and then figured there was an image there and turned back. I took a series moving around to change the composition and waiting for the lady on the table to move out of the way. I also had folk on the path getting in my way!
    I think this is the kind of photography I enjoy the most, uncovering and revealing things that others might well pass by.
    I left the a in the image as Cathedral starts Ca :-), in another place it was suggested cloning it out.

    Comment by Rex — January 31, 2014 @ 21:47


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