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After Escher

By tony64  
Well to finish the Barbican week, the last shot here is of one of the staircases and a bit of an optical puzzle!

I couldn't work out everything I was seeing, even when I was there!


Tags: Specialist and abstract Mirrors Staircase Barbican

Voters: Diana, nellabella, brownsilent and 12 more

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27 Jun 2010 9:53PM
thatīs interesting, had to look twice

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baclark 8 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2010 10:31PM
Touch of the Escher here Tony, it works upside down too! WinkThis has been a really interesting series of images. Well seen, selected and captured.
woolybill1 Plus
11 22 71 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2010 10:46PM
You have made remarkable progress in your architectural studies, Tony, I am really rather envious of your eye for the right angle. I seem to remember that Escher worked largely in black & white, so I have done a mod to recapture the entire spirit, so to speak.
tony64 14 204 9 England
27 Jun 2010 10:51PM
Thanks Bill, that mod is much more to my liking, great idea!!
Many Thanks
mikbee 11 3 8 Scotland
27 Jun 2010 11:48PM
Reckon you have kept the best till last Tony !!
Terrific lines for a good abstract feel here.
Excellent shot.
SlowSong Plus
9 7.3k 30 England
28 Jun 2010 11:52AM
Wow, what a great piece of composition and exposure. I can't make it out either. Well spotted Tony. As mikbee says, think you've saved the best till last.
I do like Bill's mod, which shows that it's just as confusing in mono.
Joline Plus
11 30 53 United States
28 Jun 2010 12:22PM
Dizzying view, it must be very confusing in person.
I also like the mono version, but either way it is a brain teaser.
bel64 9
10 Jul 2010 10:13AM
Hi Tony, great shot, love this a lot.
My sort of picture.

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