The Ice Hotel, 2013
SEnt a little chill…
Ha, ha – wish I knew what the building really was.
Is it nice? It has either an ultra modern feel or a prison- love the blue color though!
I’m not sure I’d like an ice hotel. There is one somewhere carved out of blocks of ice. Prison iciness is probably closer 🙂
Brrrrrr. Great lines. I really have this desire to open those shutters at the bottom.
Know what you mean – I’d love to know what the building is – I think it’s living space above a club. Thanks very much, Melanie.
Nice shot, great wonky architecture, and a title that suits perfectly (and abstractly)! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂 Yes, I’ve been taking my titles from the work of Peter Hammill in the last couple of posts – he has great titles and lyrics.
(And somebody else to add to my list… Ahem…)
La fotografía me gusta mucho, pero no creo que fuese un sitio donde me quedase!! jajajajaja
Ha, ha, thanks very much, Manoli!
I like how everything is just a little off kilter. Cool blue.
Thanks very much, Karen. Yes, there are a lot of buildings like that in London.
Is that really a hotel ? … liked the blue color.
I’m not sure to be honest – think it may be someone’s flat.
Love it, looks like a painting
Thanks very much, Alison. I’m really glad you like it.
Nice lines, the pale blue tones do give it a frigid feel.
Thanks very much, Stevie. Everything’s frigid here at the moment. 🙂
The title fits perfectly. It seems cold and impersonal. (of course pictures can lie and we don’t know what is hiding inside).
Thanks very much, Cardinal! Yes, it’s very much a metaphorical hotel.
Oooh! I like this! All those wonderfully wonky lines!
Great, thanks very much, Ashley! I’m really glad you like it. It’s a building that’s above the spot I took the shot of Melanie ages ago.
Great pic. It makes me want to know what’s behind… someone’s gone to a lot of effort.
Yes, me too. Today it makes me think of Taxi Driver for some reason. Thanks very much, EllaDee!
I love this one! All the lines, the white cables, the little corner in red, the shadows of brown underneath…
Great! Thanks very much, Laura! I’m really glad you like it. I’m really enjoying your latest series too!
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