Last Friday I shared a simple image of a plant taken whilst on holiday in St Ives, a couple of years back. What this is really telling you is that I haven’t been taking many photographs recently and I’m now trawling through my archives. Unfortunately, the same is true this week and so I have returned to the same archive.
I know that my first love is the landscape but I also like architecture. This image was taken inside the Tate gallery in St Ives. Whilst everyone else was looking at the exhibits I was admiring the stairway. I did get plenty of odd looks but it’s worth it. I really like the clean lines and proportions.
Have a great weekend and I will see if I can’t shoot some images before next Friday.
6 thoughts on “Friday Image No.135”
Quite a change of images for you but nicely done.
Lovely image! All I can say is more architecture please – interspersed with my beloved Yorkshire 🙂
Thank you. I will see what I can do about including some more architecture (and Yorkshire)
There is a strange fascination about an attractive staircase, and this one is beautifully lit – did you have to do much processing inn the shadow areas, or was the light spot on? I share your primary interest in landscapes, but interspersed with some architectural shots would be great.
Thanks Roger, I will try to include some architecture from time to time. But to answer your question, I did vertually no processing other than a quick conversion to B&W in Nik Silver Efex. I used the fine art preset.