Fuji x100f, 28mm, f/2, 1/60s, ISO 400
From the top of the San Catalina tower in Valencia, the view is magnificent, but the best thing is looking down into the narrow staircase. Looking back at this picture, I find it verging on the abstract, and it reminds me of the graphical world of Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas…
Fuji x100s, 35mm, f/8, 1/60s, ISO 800
I don’t usually do these kinds of abstracts, but there was something fascinating about the way the reflected branches of this ancient tree reflected in the pond as my son threw pebbles in the water.
Canon A2, 20mm, f/8, 1/50s, ISO 400
Film: Fuji Pro 400 H
When you fly to Aarhus in Denmark as I had the opportunity to do a few weeks ago, you have to walk through a mile-long corridor between the vast international terminal of Copenhagen Arlanda and the minuscule national terminal. It’s a boring walk, but architecturally that corridor is very interesting. Since I had time to kill, I did a number of shots which I’ll be sharing, but the most intriguing in its abstractness is this one.
I am sometimes astounded at what a pesly little smartphone can produce provided you have enough light. This is an iphone shot, from the side of an Airplane (which won’t surprise you). It’s quite abstract, but intriguing all the same.