Diagonal of Light
Early morning light is the best. And sometimes, as you walk past a place that the evening before looked as nondescript as could be, you stumble upon a shot. I love this one. Not only the diagonal of light, but the shadow of the walking subject and the London Brick backdrop…
The Music School
Canon A2, 20mm, f/8, 1/200s, ISO 400
Film: Fuji Pro 400 H
I recently went to Aarhus in Denmark for work. Aarhus is a small town on the western coast of Denmark, full of those red bricks that you see everywhere in Northern Europe. I had a little time to walk through town and took this photo of the Music School which was quite characteristic of the atmosphere.
This is Manhattan’s Northern Dispensary where, apparently, Edgar Allan Poe was interned for a while. It’s a wonderful brick building that instantly screamed « shoot me » when I passed it.
During my short stay in Teheran, I managed to briefly visit the Golestan Palace. There was a wonderful exhibition there of 19th centuries photos of Iran taken by Russian photographers. It was below grounds and walking out I stumbled on this wonderful stone stairwell that just begged to be shot. I wish someone had walked in the frame just as I shot, but alas…