There’s a definite appeal to these block-like houses. It’s like someone has taken a cube of fresh clay, imprinted a brickwork pattern, and then cut perfectly angular upenings into the material. Despite the very up-and-coming nature of this part of town, I’m not sure I’d want to live in a home that people can walk so close in front of, and I’m unsure if they have any sort of green space such as a garden (although it could be atop the flat roofs for all I know). Photographically though, I find them very attractive.
Bronica ETRSi, Zenzanon 75mm f/2.8 PE & Fujifilm Pro 400H. Lab developed. Home scanned and and converted using Negative Lab Pro.
Taken on 5 February 2023.
3 thoughts on “Little boxes”
Looks like someone carefully sawed up a row of terrace houses and moved them a few feet apart.
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Maybe like one of those big shelf-on-wheels things they have in archives. 🙂
Great photo, dreadful place to live unless you are an automaton.