School of Mondrian #2

(Camera: Olympus OM-PC; Lens: Zuiko 50mm f/1.8; Film: Kodak Ektar 100)

Another shot from the same day as the previous image. Don’t you wonder why so few public buildings are designed to be visually attractive as well as functional? The next time you go walking in your own city/town, take note of how few really nice buildings you see. It’s surprising how rare appealing architecture is really. I don’t agree with everything that Prince Charles has to say on the subject, but I do take his meaning when he quotes Goethe, saying “there is nothing more dreadful than imagination without taste.” Of course, that sentiment applies to many, many things — not just modern architecture.

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One Response to School of Mondrian #2

  1. tal says:

    the Ektar is truly an amazing product! paired with zuiko glass – u-la-la!