Sunday photoblogging: Hotwells and Cliftonwood

by Chris Bertram on May 10, 2015

Hotwells and Cliftonwood



Alan White 05.11.15 at 12:22 am

This counts as an Escherian optical illusion (for me at least)! The middle tier of houses comes to the front of perspective for me because of the strong color contrast. Great photo.


john c. halasz 05.11.15 at 1:18 am

Where is this from? It reminds me, with those parti-colored row-houses of St. John’s Newfoundland, according to my visual cortex, which I visited maybe 40 years ago.


john c. halasz 05.11.15 at 1:40 am

BTW when you get down on your back and shoot upward at those cathedral portals, they look oddly like some sort of official parliamentary assembly (of saints?).


Chris Bertram 05.11.15 at 10:39 am

@john This is Bristol, England.


Donald A. Coffin 05.11.15 at 4:07 pm

Wow…that’s all…just WOW.


bad Jim 05.12.15 at 6:25 am

It’s gorgeous in so many ways, old and new in narrow staggered rows, echoing their colors, but why do they have to be pastels? Yuck!

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