Aside from my regular natural history photography, I have been out fulfilling my other photographic interests. Like many genres of photography, the attraction of lines, textures and patterns led me to photographing architecture. Many people would not think is an area that I cover, as my website content is centred around showcasing the amazing natural world that surrounds us everyday.
I’m not aspiring to being a jack of all trades, but theres no harm in striving to take quality images of whatever one desires.
I came across the CIOB (Chartered Institute of Buildings) ‘Art of buildings’ photography competition and decided to try something different from the usual wildlife photography competitions. I found it to be refreshing and generally great fun and I encourage everyone to give it a go.
Out the three images per entrant limit I managed to have one image placed in the finals (see image below.) It is now down to the public to vote for the winner.
So, if you are feeling in a generous christmas spirit, please go forth and vote for your favourite image (link below) and if you are feeling extra kind please vote for mine. (Public vote closes on the 9th of January)