Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

Meyers Bros - Detail of multi-storey car park in Shoreditch

Meyers Bros – Detail of multi-storey car park in Shoreditch

IN - Entrance gate of Royal Academy of Music

IN – Entrance gate of Royal Academy of Music

Post Rush Bench - Finchley Road & Frognal Station

Post Rush Bench – Finchley Road & Frognal Station

Thameslink - Train Operator's Sign on Hendon Station

Thameslink – Train Operator’s Sign on Hendon Station

Barlow's Beauty - Detail of the Trainshed Roof at St.Pancras Station

Barlow’s Beauty – Detail of the Trainshed Roof at St.Pancras Station

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Comments

  1. Great set – love the feeling you’ve created with your images here.

  2. Thank you Martin for this wistful tour through the wonderful streets of London, truly lost but so happy with the detail! That tarnished roof of St P. is a spectacular shot!

    • Thanks Patti 🙂 I’m pleased to report that St.P’s roof girders are a lovely shade of blue and not in any way tarnished – I just thought I’d apply some solarisation to the black & white image 😉

  3. Great shots. The Post Rush Bench has great color.

  4. Wonderful details! I particularly like the newspaper on the bench!

  5. Amar Naik says:
  6. In your first photo, looks like the details got lost in the car park! And then the newspaper got left behind —
    😉

  7. Stunning and beautiful details. Have a great day!

  8. intriguing details … well noticed and captured martin … i do wonder about the reader of the paper who has obviously dashed off onto the train, after leaving his rubbish on the ground …

  9. Great group of shots . . . love the newspaper and the Thameslink sign.

    • Thanks Nancy 🙂 I saw the additional comment up above too – I hate the way that people just leave litter around these days. But taken in context, the newspaper and sign work artistically, even if we feel that the newspaper shouldn’t be there in the first place! 🙂

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