Today’s photo is of the West Yorkshire History Centre in Wakefield, UK, which I walked past on my way to The Hepworth gallery when visiting the city back in March.
The building stands next to the busy A61 road. It is clad in a series of perforated metal panels and at ground level there are a number of interesting concrete supports next to the entrance. It makes for an interesting photographic subject but, because of its location, unless you use a wide angle lens, it will probably be difficult to frame it in a way that avoids a busy and cluttered background.
However, take a moment to tilt your gaze upwards and the clutter is removed and a stark geometric shape is instead presented.
Canon Sure Shot Supreme & Ilford Delta 400.
Taken on 14 March 2020