Thursday, November 13, 2014

Angles That Were Right Not Wrong

The nineteenth century did not do curves very well. With the rigidity of a Victorian patriarch, architects preferred horizontals and verticals, angles that were right not wrong. Get rid of the stylistic curves of the cars and the vaguely carnal line of the flyover and you are left with the solidity in stone that is nineteenth century Halifax.


  1. Ah perhaps, but one thing is for certain, there's a lot going on in this lovely photo.

  2. Splendid composition, good to see that those fine buildings are still standing.

  3. Looks like a double exposure from two different eras.


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