Concrete Squares in the City

I wanted plenty of room for colouring, and also wanted an unusual frame which was geometric, and went scouting the city to photograph any square-shaped things I came across.  This series is of intersections in a concrete pathway, where some interesting large cubes formed both a barrier to vehicles, and also a seat for pedestrians.

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Plenty of room for imagination in the four corners of this composition.

 

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This piece of concrete had chipped and crumbled a little…  When I turned it all black and white, the chipped bits reminded me of a person laying down flat.  Can you see it?

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Not quite square, more triangular…  The centre piece is the corner of a square – will you let me off the hook?

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