Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Buildings

Faraday Building – I used to work here!
Faraday Building
Kings Cross Station – Cubitt’s masterpiece.
Kings Cross
Flatford Mill – Made famous by Constable.
Flatford Mill

Posted in response to Cee’s B&W Challenge.


      1. Ah yes, King’s Cross – the simplicity of the design is attractive. Flatford Mill is near Manningtree in Essex so if you are visiting England it’s a place you could add to your list – though it’s best on a sunny summer day 😉

    1. Thanks Patti – it was a nice building to work in. And I’m not working that far away from it now – just the other side of St Pauls on Newgate Street.

  1. Nice to see where you used to work & Kingscross station is a wonderful design. I think I remember you posting photos of it some time previously. The Flatford Mill photo is a stunningly beautiful photo Martin. It just looks so calm & peaceful.
    I’ve recently started photography as a hobby, I’m a raw beginner with lots to learn. My photography blog is HERE

    1. Thanks Tony – Flatford Mill would usually look great in colour but it was a grey overcast the day we visited and that made for a good B&W conversion.

      I’ll take a look at your photo site 🙂

    1. Thank you – a grey day made it a good choice for B&W. Well worth a visit if you like National Trust Scones and Tea 😉 Or perhaps doing some birding 🙂

  2. Is the Faraday Building as large as it looks in the photo? It looks immense! All three are quite impressive as buildings, as is the photography!

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