Time to present a little minimalism of my own today, in the form of some architecture.
The very best buildings have form dictated by function and any stylistic elements appear to be nothing more than a choice on the part of the architect to make the necessary fit in with the environment and the people; in effect becoming functional by helping the users to feel at one with the building. As such, I’d like you to think of this photoessay as a distilled essence of that particular building. To produce most of these images required some unusual positions and contemplation of both the surrounds and the way I’d feel as a user or visitor to the site.
Please note that the first image, Transparency, is available as a 10×15″ Ultraprint in a limited run of 30 – click here to order.
Images were shot with a huge variety of equipment. Enjoy! MT
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