Friday, 6 September 2019
This Modern World
I know this may sound weird to those of you who live in big cities or in lands where history is less varied and visible than in the United Kingdom, but from time to time I get bored with photographing the countryside or historic buildings. I feel a need to "re-boot" my diminishing stock of grey cells in some way and point my lens at something different, something outside my usual drift of experience. One way of doing it is to examine some of the constructions and contrivances of modern architecture. Although I'm not much interested in the kind of world they represent, there's something about their sharp angles and shiny surfaces that I find compelling.