Cubic houses, Rotterdam, January 2020
I expect many of you remember these bright yellow houses in Rotterdam – I’ve shared views of them from a number of angles. My camera and I had a great but too-short trip to Rotterdam at the end of January and I was wowed by the exciting architecture that the city now has. getting to know the city and its friendly inhabitants made a great start to the year.
To cap off my year, I have just been told that one of my shots of the yellow cubic houses has been shortlisted in the architecture section of the British Photography Awards 2021, with proceeds going to the Shelter charity. Second round voting is now underway and the shortlisted photos are open for public voting for the People’s Choice winner. If you can spare a minute, please pop over to give me a vote. All votes will be very much appreciated. Thank you!
This is the one:
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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 5 December 2020
Posted as part of Six Word Saturday