BRISTOL 99 – URBAN ABSTRACT
March 22, 2016 13 Comments
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Reflections in the windows of the Colston Hall, a theatre in the city centre; 20 Aug 2013.
Focus is on the strong, dark window frames that cut the image into four parts. One of these frames bisects the image horizontally, on its long axis. But the other frame cuts down at a high angle across the image, at an opposing angle to the prominent white lines in the backdrop – which is a slightly out of focus reflection of other windows.
The image’s main focal point is formed by the intersection the in-focus window frames. But my eye is also attracted to the small red dot just right of centre, and the adjacent small area of featureless, very pale blue.
D800 with 70-300 Nikkor at 280mm; 400 ISO; rotated 90 degrees clockwise.