(7/365/2020) I’m not going to lie: I’m finding abstracts hard to come by. I’m going to have to extend this year’s theme into other things, such as textures and shapes – things that aren’t exactly abstract but might be interesting in themselves. I’ve always liked these stairs, especially the angles
216/365 Stairs by rutty is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA Many of my photos feature symmetry, so I just had to take a shot of these lovely railings in Cromer. They are a big set and head down to the beach from the cliff tops.
“122/365 stairway to?” by rutty is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA We are having our stairs re-carpeted – along with decoration of the whole hallway and landing – so we must tread carefully for the time being. In the meantime I have done a MacGyver and covered all the exposed sharp
“112/365 Stairs” by rutty is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA I know this isn’t exactly the famous staircase in the Vatican, but it’s an impressive little version. I had a fascinating day learning all about Nightwatch.js at Unidays today, all part of a special workshop arranged through #NottsTest. I’ll soon be
“101/365 Steps” by rutty is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA I’m a big fan of patterns in architecture, so often take photos of interesting shapes and lines. They are often not the most immediate images, but I do find these sorts of photos fascinating. This is a good example of the
Stairway to …, originally uploaded by rutty. 6/365 I’ll take pictures of any old crap, and this pretty much sums up the sort of images I like. I love geometry in photography, and this has the lines of the stairs and the footbridge sides. It’s also pretty grimey, and I