It is always interesting to see what turns out when one takes a photograph (although nowadays with digital photography one can quickly check the image). Your brain sees the thing in front of you, and what the camera sees is what’s actually there. And what’s there is often a reflection of the nearby buildings, cast upon the window glass. I sometimes like the reflection better, because it is two images in one.
This reflection was taken deliberately as I liked the juxtaposition of the clashing styles. The imposing classical dome of the V & A is reflected against the 60’s architectural add-on of the Natural History museum.
I liked the contrast of the smoothly modern shop selling Italian design, reflecting the townhouses that rise above shop fronts tacked on at street level.
This cow is well on her way to jumping over the moon, as she is already about to soar over this tall building.
Although the sky looks plain and formless ahead, the glass in this modern office block shows that somewhere quite near there is blue sky and fluffy clouds. Lost in the concrete canyons of a city, it is lovely to be reminded of this.