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Monthly Archives: September 2013
The proud horse in the photo is part of the equestrian statue depicting Charles I in Trafalgar Square, London. I love the contrast between the horse’s smooth, solid bronze and the faded white clouds in the bright blue sky. Tourists … Continue reading
This photo has many layers. Your eye is immediately drawn to the striking mural of the kissing couple; the vibrant colours explode out of the wall towards you but the bright stripes also draw you in to this intimate scene. … Continue reading
I saw this cracked, old door in Trastevere in Rome, Italy. The winding, narrow streets of this characterful neighbourhood are full of wonderful details, such as this mail-opening on someone’s front door. I can imagine how beautiful this door looked … Continue reading
It’s only when you look closely at logs or the bark on trees that you begin to see their multitude of layers within which their secrets lie. I love the way the light falls on the hiding holes in this … Continue reading
Along the Via dei Fori Imperiali in Rome, Italy, stand a couple of different stalls. Many of these moveable mini-stores sell tourist paraphernalia and front a reasonably generic identity. As I walked down this busy road, however, the bright colours … Continue reading