– Wilderness Approaching, 2013 –
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Excellent Richard! There’s so much going on in this shot. Textures, composition, atmosphere, movement and ten thousand stories.
Thanks very much, Ashley! One of my favourite staircases. 🙂
So many wonderful planes and angles, a brilliant John Le Carre shot Richard!
Thanks so much, Patti!
I agree. It’s a great shot. He’s moving, and that creates movement in the image too. I like this very much. And the title…
Thanks very much, George – glad you like the shot. Yes, John Cale is great for titles, and is a brilliant performer too. Here’s the song I lifted the title from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMA57GyS9Oc
Que buena toma Richard!! Me encanta todo de ella!!
Thanks very much, Manoli! I’m really glad you like it.
A splendid maze of composition. Wonderful Richard!
Thanks very much, Elena! It’s one of my favourite staircases in London.
Lovely image …. a book cover!
Thanks so much, Lesley! That’s very nice to hear.
Thanks very much!
Going underground into the mythical world! Love this shot.
(forgot to say: good thing he was wearing black, it creates a good contrast).
Really glad you like it, Cardinal! I take that as a big compliment. Thanks.
🙂 Great! Thank you!
Thanks very much, Leon. Much appreciated.
Amazing. That rectangle of pavement seems to be glowing.
Thanks very much, Alison. It does have a bit of a look of an optical illusion this one.
Great depth to this, Richard! 🙂
Thank you, Sir! 🙂
this is so great
Thank you very much, Hanna!
From Essex to the Temple. Beautiful.
Thanks very much.
What a beautiful perspective. A labyrinth of the urban wilderness.
Thanks very much, Karen. Think I’ve squeezed just about as much as I can out of this staircase (think this is the fourth or fifth post to feature it).
love it, very graphic…a great slice of urban geometry…
Glad you like it – it’s one of my favourite outdoor staircases…
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