‘House Of Cats’
One from the travel archives to brighten the day of feline lovers, or art lovers for that matter.
This shot was taken in Barcelona late last year. I was taken by the varied cat images and soft colour geometric highlights on the wall of a central city building.
Not until sometime later did I notice the curling shape at top left of the image.
The tail of a mystery black cat perhaps?
Another building art related shot from last Sunday’s walkabout in Auckland’s Ponsonby.
Abstract snow (or maybe ice cream!) appears to melt from window sills.
Literally, very cool!
All faded grandeur
main street king seen better days
curtains draw to grey
‘Ten Windows, Four Gulls’
‘Come Summer I Will Be Verdant’
‘Sharpen Your Saw’
Spotted today on holiday in Northland – an old corrugated iron building.A saw sharpening shed (alliteration alert!).
The shed itself isn’t looking that sharp…
‘Sixties: Lines And Angles’
By way of contrast to the older houses in the previous two posts, here is a shot of an “original state” sixties home on one of my walking routes.
Simple, brutalist design; all lines and angles.
Can’t decide whether it is ugly or a thing of retro beauty.
Eye of the beholder, and all that…
‘Blue Door, Green Door, A Tilted Cross’
‘Beauty is Hard To Find Sometimes’
‘Out Through The Arch’
…houses, the sea, the afternoon sky; all framed by a masonry rainbow…arches are always optimistic!
…morse signals in concrete and glass…
‘The Vic (Windows)’ Victoria Theatre, Devonport NZ. June 2020
‘Now Playing’ Victoria Theatre, Devonport NZ. June 2020
‘Band Rotunda’ Auckland Domain, 24.5.20
‘Twin Vaulting Ambition’
If one massive skyscraper is not enough, have another…Kuala Lampur’s Petronas Towers, shot a few years ago.
(#11 in series of shots of small town New Zealand)
‘ ‘Four Square’ Grocery Store, Russell ‘
(#8 in a series of shots of small town New Zealand)