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Double take

Sometimes the 180 degree filter works to complete a satisfying symmetry. The surpise element is in the  ‘twin’ towers of St Botolph’s church, arising from the footings of the glass office block in Bishopsgate.

So many of our modern buildings are mirrored surfaces, contrasting with, and reflecting back, the solidity of ancient brick and stone architecture. A serial theme of ‘Reflection’ is one that will inevitably run for however long it takes before the fascination of these juxtapositions begins to wane.

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St Botolph’s without Bishopsgate

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playing with photography @ eljaygee whilst Tell Tale Therapy has a weakness for words

3 thoughts on “Double take

  1. Great composition. The reflection is great, but what I really like about this photo is the framing. Almost takes on the quality of a face. Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

    1. Good to look through your eyes as never saw it from this perspective. Look out for an upcoming reflection with more obvious face forming

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