Wednesday 17 August 2011

I noticed something exciting the other day. When I left work, for the first time in months, there was a faint hint of daylight still lingering in the sky. I think it's finally happening. I think Winter is finally receding. Thank goodness. Light is such an integral ingredient in photography, great spaces and let's face it, happy moods! I'm more than ready to have it back. Here are some images to celebrate the first signs of longer days to come.

From top to bottom:
1. "Line of Shadows" from longbachnguyen's Flickr account.
2. Sverre Fehn's Nordic Pavilion via m_innit's flickr stream.
3. Le Corbusier's Chapelle Ronchomp. My own photo.
3. Le Corbusier's Firminy. Photograph by Helene Binet via Design Boom.
4. Peter Zumthor's Kolumba 01. Photograph by Helene Binet via Design Boom.
5&6. Photographs of Greece by William Abranowicz via iiiinspired
8. Via Kiss the Groom.


  1. Oh Ella are you my uber-design-muse today or what!? I just found this post after a day of modeling and photographing fragments of daylight in volumes for my project! Oh golly - perfect!

    Ps I noticed you were mentioned on Liz's blog! I love how in the blogosphere you tend to overlap and cross circles with other blogs you love!

  2. wow, these are stunning!! xx

  3. Ronchamp! Brings back some fun memories! :) - jol

  4. These are GORGEOUS! I feel so inspired by the first one :) xx

  5. hi, please link the second photo to my flickr account, it's used without my permission by the other blog, of course you can use it. thanks :) nice blog by the way
    link here:

  6. @Anonymous Absolutely! It has been updated. Thanks for the heads up. Fantastic photo, by the way. Plus I'm incredibly jealous that you got to visit the pavilion in the flesh!


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