Duplicity

These repeating frontages picked up the shadows of the lacy ironwork above in a most sympathetic manner.
These repeating frontages picked up the shadows of the lacy ironwork above in a most sympathetic manner.

A remote corner of Bayswater“, and I dashed out of the ill-named Pembridge Palace (“Vile Hell Hole” would have been more appropriate) in the early morning to take some snaps. The endlessly repeating neo-classical facades of the terraces showed up starkly in the surprisingly brilliant London summer sunlight and I was pleased to see how the wrought iron balconies above these double-column mock-Palladio porticos cast their Regency shadows on the peristyles below.

Photography 101: Double and Weekly Photo Challenge:Ephemeral

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