I’ve tried to take advantage of the wide angle lens here and split the image in two. This was an idea I saw at some of the local asylums where the corridors are acutely angled. This is testament to having my eyes open and thinking about framing images and what the camera and lens can do for me.
Often I’ll be focussing on a particular type of image and be a little blinkered in my approach, the wide angle makes it very easy to be a little lazy and not particularly inventive. After realising what I wanted to do I had to look around for a suitable place to get the shot. Luckily the location was fairly small, so returning here was easy. The hard bit was squeezing up against the wall behind the lens!

 (Mark Blundell)

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