I wouldn't go as far as ever calling myself an architecture photographer (I'm just a..photographer, I suppose), but I do enjoy the pleasing feeling of connecting lines, of watching the simplicity take over a busy scene that might be right in front of me, yet looking up I see "less is more"-kinda scene, and it simply pleases me for that moment.
London is one of those places that requires you to visit and re-visit, and yet when you think you know it, you come back and see something you never noticed. It is full of people (literally), but, no. It's full of culture, it's full of lines and roads connecting people from all over the world.
This time, it's less about the people, and more about London above us.
Though the trundling of the traffic adds rough rhythms to the city,
There’s an off-beat syncopation in the greenness of the park.
Whilst the clamour of the cattle-like commuter isn’t pretty,
There’s a beauty of the birdsong of the blackbirds after dark.
/ C. Richard Miles