Found this on a hard drive clean up session and still like it. The very talented Jo Zenk (@jo.zenk) rolling down a steep ledge in Nuremberg at a realstreet contest back in 2015. Not much to write about it, lines, squares, black & white separation with a human body passing by. Shot on GH4 + Oly 75mm.
Last one for now of architecture upside down. This photo was taken jetlagged after a 30+ hour travel marathon, finally finding my hotel in Nanjing, China, being stroke by the brutality and everywhere-ness of modern minimal chinese skyscraper architecture. Endless concrete walls on walls, 2/3rds of them empty and just planted in the middle of hundreds of other huge empty buildings. When I asked a local friend about why and how come, he laughed and just said: "Don't worry, we have enough people. Our government knows what to do. In 2 years, everything will be crowded." Intersting approach to say the least. Small town me was amused, then went to floor 27 and fell asleep.
Shot on 7D + even worse Sigma 30mm. Following insta queen Stro-Z's advice (@strosetzki), this post will hit the air in crunch time with hshtgs for days in the comments below.