Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Summer London

I knew it would not be long before I visited 
the newly opened Photographers' Gallery
architects O’Donnell + Tuomey.To be perfectly
honest, I avoided the opening because, in spite of
Edward Burtynsky's huge talent and relentlessly
accurate eye, I didn't want to be depressed by
his subject matter in this exhibition. I still
haven't been able to look at the opening
exhibition but I took some pics of the
street scene outside the gallery.

The mesh screens, above, cleverly
prevent this floor to ceiling window
view from being vertiginous.

The buildings on the south side
of the gallery.
The north side of Ramilles Street,
opposite the gallery.

Summer London and the windowboxes shine

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