built (environment)

A doctor can bury his mistakes, but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines
― Frank Lloyd Wright

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I felt inspired this afternoon and so I rounded things off by shooting one of my favourite locations in London, the Tate Modern, and more specifically the new extension tacked on to the back.

*All shots taken with Nikon D700 with Nikkor AF-S 50mm f/1.4 lens with ISO200 in manual mode, some of the settings I like to claim to be ‘creative’, or maybe it was that Mexican beer?*

9 thoughts on “built (environment)

  1. Really nice set, Andy. Good to see them displayed in your large format. It looks as if you found the brickwork, lines and shapes of the new extension as compelling as I did: mikeosbornphoto.com/2016/07/24/new-tate-modern/

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    1. Hi Mike, thank you, I just tried to leave a comment on your post to say that I was inspired by your recent post but I seemed to have failed to post it so glad you found this one! And yes, I loved the building and the sweeping lines, I will return again soon as I love the place.

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  2. Hi Mike, thank you, I just tried to leave a comment on your post to say that I was inspired by your recent post but I seemed to have failed to post it so glad you found this one! And yes, I loved the building and the sweeping lines, I will return again soon as I love the place.

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