Richmond upon Thames: the view from London's "Arcadia" along the River Thames in Southwest London.
The ranks of trolleys doubled up by the reflection in the window provide endless fun for the photographer. The "dragon's teeth" effect is especially attractive.
Oh YES! Fantastic!The choice of black and white makes the subject completely unrecognisable and lets us concentrate on the geometric play. Lovely.
Cette image, en effet, est très attirante, je dirais même hypnotique. Tu as réinventé la quatrième dimension !(Avec les chariots de supermarché, comme les rangées de vélos ou de toutes choses, il est préferrable de couper le début et la fin, à mon avis... ce que tu as fait !)
Hi Roon! Finally I found some time to enjoy your excellent blog…Great shot! Dragon's teeth is quite appropriate, at least for some supermarket chains... ;))Loved to re-live those three men in a boat; one of the first texts I remember to have heard about while starting to learn how to speak English...Loved to see that prejudice shaking picture of Central London; St. Pasul, NatWest and the Gherkin are ok, but Westminster on the right hand side doesn't make much sense... ;))Wonderful shot of the sky, the cloud and the plane; should it be the Concorde, it would have been ten miles high... ;))Many thanks for your comments on Blogtrotter, now with the second and last post on the MoMA! Hope you enjoy and wish you a great week and a nice holiday, in case you have the chance to profit from it! ;))