Tuesday, 14 January 2014

London Patterns


Another aspect of London I like to explore photographically is that of patterns I find in buildings or combinations of buildings. What do they tell us about London? This is a very typical traditional street in London. A pattern all of us staying in London for longer will grow used to.

16 comments:

João Menéres said...

Também eu aprecio muito, ANGELIKA !
Boa perspectiva !

Um beijo.

messymimi said...

The patterns suggest people who don't much like surprises.

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Fine!!!. Well done.. :-)))

Fernando Santos (Chana) said...

Belos padrões...Excelente fotografia....
Cumprimentos

kwarkito said...

I love the way you photograph London... And the diversity of your work and the quality of your pictures is amazing... you seem to be a great traveller and photos of other countries and landscapes show that you really have the eye of an accomplished photographer

Gumer Paz said...

Hi Angelika, me too I like these streets so typical of London.
Too bad the fog is no more, right? (LOL)
Great Photo! A kiss from Spain

Bill M said...

Very nice detail.
I have been enjoying your London photos. They are all really nice.

William Kendall said...

That is a lovely pattern!

Vera Lúcia said...


Olá Angelika,

É uma arquitetura interessante, bem ao estilo londrino. Lembram construções centenárias, que guardam história.

Belo registro fotográfico.

Beijo.


Linda said...

Beautiful, Angelika!

Irma said...

Beautiful picture of the windows.
Very well photographed.

Adullamite said...

The houses are interesting. Is that Spitalfields area? Late 1700's or early 1800's perhaps. Long interesting history around such parts of London.

Marco Luyken said...

Hello Angelika,
Wonderful shot!!
Nice to see this typical English street. Good with the light at the front.

Best regards,
Marco

Jéfferson B. Cezimbra said...

É uma imagem bem característica e muito bem retratada por você Angelika.
Beijos

JJ said...

Many people feel these old buildings are typical, maybe even lacking in character. I am the opposite. I appreciate the uniqueness in each of those structures. It is almost like the DNA or the soul of the buildings that give them their special characteristics. You have captured the spirit well.

Julia Hones said...

Very interesting, Angelika. I appreciate this snapshot of London's architecture.