The other day on my way to the 214 bus stop in Kings Cross I noticed a pig in the clouds:
And today after a trip to the health food shop and garden centre in Kentish Town, this head – half in the clouds and half emblazoned on a building facade:
These sightings give me a sense of connection to one of the genres of art history that has resonated with me for decades – that of surrealism. On my way to and from doing mundane chores I can have a sense of affinity with the the like of Magritte and Man Ray!
A couple of photographs from my neighbourhood – part of an ongoing project called Persian Kentish Town:
Looking closely at a Kilim in the window of one of the Nassir rug shop on Highgate Road you can see a passer by and details and signage from the construction site opposite.
Further afield – A Parisian window with a homage to artist Marc Chagall reflects the Marais street:
Next, a few shots taken in Catalunya earlier this year:
Leafy reflections in urban London:
Shine and Reflections involving glass and metal:
Reflections via accessories:
The above two images are also variations on the theme of a selfie – I can be seen with my camera in the mirror shades.
Michelle Baharier https://michellebaharier.co.uk
Persian Kentish Town https://www.mishaminoff.com/portfolio/persian-kentish-town-portfolio/
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