I feel like I’m repeating myself, but I can’t believe I’m on Week 12 now – the time has flown! I’m actually finding it a lot harder now, really having to push myself further to go to new places in search of triangles. Around the 50 mark I had a lot of ideas and places that I knew I could visit for triangles but now it’s becoming a proper challenge to post something new and exciting. 80 odd days in and I’m still learning to look at objects/buildings in new ways! I’ve gained a lot more from this project than I could have imagined, but now I’m beginning to think about what happens after… do I continue posting only triangles? Thoughts on a postcard, but until then…
78 – A comical shot from the Blogger’s evening last Friday at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition. Congrats Alan Charlton, your grey triangle is probably the world’s biggest dunce hat/most expensive triangle in the world priced at £60,000!
79 – I stumbled across this striking wall hidden in the depths of East London a few weeks ago whilst on a Foto-Ruta iphonography tour. The optical illusion-monochrome dream belongs to Clutch Chicken, just off Columbia Road and makes for a great photo backdrop!
80 – Gis’ us a Wednesday Wave! Spotting shapes in shadows at the Royal Festival Hall in these multi coloured platforms, part of the Festival of Love (with Jo as my model). I had a great time at The Festival of Love on Southbank last year – can’t wait to explore it again 2015.
81 – Pattern spotting with this geometric inspired sequin detailing on a skirt in Forever 21. Imagine if you happened to catch one of the sequins… oh the horror!
82 – Celebrating Friyay using the ol’ ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ idiom after what seemed like the longest week EVER! Looking up, I spotted this random window at the V&A which seemed pretty out of place amongst all of the grandeur and marble.
83 – Keeping it simple with this white on white ceiling detail. Sometimes less is more…
84 – A weekend back home in The Fens celebrating the arrival of my niece. The Thomas Clarkson Memorial marks some little known history for my hometown – I doubt 70% of people that live there know anything about it. Thomas Clarkson lead the campaign for the abolition of slavery, and helped achieve the Slave Trade Act in 1807 which basically ended slavery in Britain. It’s a pretty inspiring story, especially as my hometown is surrounded by a lot of negativity.
Again, thanks for everyone’s support – can’t believe there’s just 16 days left now! Don’t forget that for daily triangle updates follow me on Instagram @natasha_nuttall and via my hashtag #100daysoftriangles. Let me know that you’re still enjoying the project 🙂