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Long Term Projects - Small Buildings

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Long Term Projects - Small Buildings

24 May 2020 10:09AM   Views : 350 Unique : 200

There are some long term projects on the go, and one of them is my collection of "small buildings" - anything from a pig pen to a shed to an ice house......any thing that catches my eye as we go about other things. I have always had a casual interest in architecture and in fact my son Michael is an Architect. He was the Project Architect on the recent Ordsall Chord project in Manchester and was awarded "RIBA North West Project Architect of the Year 2019" as a result.

Looking at architecture can be quite fascinating and I learned quickly from my stint on the English Heritage "Images of England" project. One think I learned was to look up at buildings, especially in towns. Above the line where the shop fronts end is a wealth of original architecture. It also taught us that a Listed Building could be anything, and even a wall could fall under the same definition. Architecture has many facets, and I mat recognise just a fraction. However, that leaves their enjoyment in photographic terms and I'm going to search out now some examples of my images of Small Buildings.

Clara's Cafe, Whitby
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Two Loos and a Dog
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Play House at Night
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Vintage AA Box at Devils Bridge
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Bude Nippers
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Small Building at edge of Putting Green
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Stokesay Castle Gatehouse
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Derelict Glasshouse at Worsley New Hall (Now RHS Bridgewater)
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Smaller of the Outside
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Garden Tea House at Arley Hall
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Belton Boat House
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Tattershall Gatehouse
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pink Plus
16 6.5k 8 United Kingdom
26 May 2020 7:56AM
Great idea for a project Dave, I will certainly be on the lookout for them now!
All the best
Ian

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