A wholly holey viewpoint

It’s time for another month of squares!

To keep us challenged and entertained throughout July, Becky has given us our new square theme of “perspective”. So now might be the time to lean, squat, stretch, climb, and clamber out of the box.

I’m kicking off my month with an unusual viewpoint, peaking through a decorative wall outside St Pancras Station, looking out towards Kings Cross and the lighthouse.

View from outside St Pancras Station, London, June 2020



Copyright Debbie Smyth, 1 July 2020

Posted as part of SquarePerspectives

38 thoughts on “A wholly holey viewpoint

    1. Oh yes, that’s a great way of thinking of it – all those different perspectives πŸ™‚ I hadn’t though of it in that way – I had only gone as far as unusual perspective, but multiple is even better! Thank you

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    1. I agree – better depth of field. It would have been easier if I had a) used a tripod, or b) not been wearing pink trousers! Trying to almost-kneel isn’t the best position to play with camera settings.

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      1. I would like a photo of you trying to get into the best photo position Debbie πŸ™‚ I remember an earlier convo with you and laying down in the street in Venice getting “that photo” πŸ˜€

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    1. Thanks Simon. I’m working on a zine at the moment – just some of my images during lockdown. They are a little more weird and gloomy than my usual.
      But I’m getting out a bit more now and returning to some sanity (maybe!)


  1. I was expecting a manhole or hole in the road!! This is brilliant . . . ooh I am already thinking I may need to change some of my scheduled ones. I love this πŸ™‚

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        1. I am so looking forward to this month. Think it is going to be slightly quieter than usual but already blown away by the imagination and viewpoints πŸ™‚
          Bring on that tea!!


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