Architectural Lines, Patterns & Textures

I love images of patterns and textures, which I guess comes from years working in design and animation. However, I do love how some modern (or relatively modern) architecture can make some really interesting graphic shapes when taken in the right light and from the right angle. Dublin's Trinity College has some great buildings for taking these kinds of shots.

I was waiting to meet a friend the other day, and I had some time to kill so I wandered around the university campus and got some shots of the architecture. It was a lovely sunny day, and while normally you wouldn't want strong sunshine for these kinds of shots, the shadows actually helped define the lines and textures of the buildings

Taken with Fuji X-Pro 2 and 35mm F/1.4 lens. Processed using QuickLux 2 for Lightroom.

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