Just an interesting stair I saw in Cambridge, yesterday. I only had my mobile at hand, so here it is, another mobile picture. And the funny thing is that this is my first “Explored” picture in Flickr ever! And I joined in 2008, that talks a lot about how the whole interestingness algorithm works… 😉
About the title, I’ll explain it in a future post. Good weekend!
A couple sitting in a bench at Cambridge’s Botanic Garden, a place I really like. This was taken from the inside of one of the glasshouses. The one where the weather is like in a jungle. The dirt in the glass is a mixture of condensation and actual… dirt.
Cold outside, warm inside. Taken a few years ago, in a coffee in Cambridge. It was freezing outside. The frost in the window is the proof. Also the snow in the cars and the road. I tried several processes with this one, and this high contrast black and white was the one I most liked. Just the silhouettes.
In my last weekend I took a few of pictures in the rooms of this house.
Here, an exit door in Wimpole Hall. Trying to get enough contrast in the light, but not killing completely the shadows. Also, I avoid the HDR look, that I don’t like too much, to be honest… I liked the symmetry of the chairs. Other tourists that were walking along with me in this place were a bit surprised of why I was taking a picture of two chairs. Usually happens that way. It’s just something that grabs my attention.