A bit of winter sunshine, taken in Greece.
I was drawn to the simplicity of the stark geometric shapes and reduced colour palette.
This is a block of flats, painted white to reflect the merciless heat of the sun, with a blue sun screen canopy on the top floor.
I thought about photoshopping the bushes that stick out from each floor, but they break up the brutality of the architecture and add interest. These distractions from the strong composition add interest that makes the viewer look longer.
The thought processes can flash through one’s mind – “I wonder what they are, Ah, herb bushes. Someone must look after them. A hint of humanity. I wonder what it’s like to live there…”
Composition is more than pure geometry, it gets engaging when our curiosity is linked to people, even in small ways.