I love abstract shapes in architecture. I am at my happiest tilting, shifting, bending and crouching to get a creative unexpected tight framed image of a building or architectural feature.
The National Gallery of Australia in Canberra is a great example of how, with a determined eye, much can be seen just as wonderful as that hanging on the walls.
This small gallery is an example of what can be found on a quick walk through the art space.
There are a multitude of possibilities to highlight a structure and fall of natural light, if you take the time to look.
There are a variety of presentation options, I have three below for your viewing pleasure, which do you prefer?
- individual images