Sunday, 19 February 2012

Traditional York

While in York, we visited some of the main attractions, for example the cathedral, Clifford’s tower and the walls. I found it fun, to include twists of very traditional photographic spots.





The cathedral is a much photographed subject, but I noticed others in the group, used a 3D map nearby, and experimented with contrast of scale achieving more creative images.



Using some of the intricate patterns on the walls of the cathedral was another point of focus. I found an different spot in York, and photographed the cathedral from a distance, using layers of different buildings in the foreground.







Bikes are quite a landmark in the centre of York; I walked over to some bikes tied up, and experimented with composition, achieving interesting effects.













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