Landscapes

 

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Gathering Storm, Istanbul; © Ian Poole, 2015.

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Rue du Temple, Paris; © Ian Poole, 2015

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Paris; © Ian Poole, 2015.

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Kerbside Collection – One Way; © Ian Poole, Brisbane, 2011.

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Kawarau Trees; © Ian Poole, 2014.

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Metropolitan Gallery; © Ian Poole, 2014.

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White Island, NZ; © Ian Poole, Brisbane, 2013.

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Under the Yamanote Line, Tokyo; © Ian Poole, Brisbane, 2012.

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Japanese Silence; © Ian Poole.

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Central Otago Reflection; © Ian Poole.

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Corrugated Iron; © Ian Poole, Brisbane, 2009.

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Squall; © Ian Poole, 2012.

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Lindis Pass; © Ian Poole, 2010

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Osaka Confusion; © Ian Poole, 2011.

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Philosophers Walk, Kyoto; © Ian Poole, 2012.

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The Wall Close to Home; © Ian Poole, 2009.

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Road to Skippers; © Ian Poole, 2014;

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Gathering Squall; © Ian Poole.

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Shephard’s Hut, Central Otago; © Ian Poole.

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Spring Hill Tree Root; © Ian Poole, Brisbane.

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Adam+Storm; © Ian Poole.

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Gary+Net; © Ian Poole.

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Skeletons; © Ian Poole,

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Tokyo Suburbia; © Ian Poole.

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Big Budda; © Ian Poole.

5 thoughts on “Landscapes

  1. Ian, I got to your site by accident! I must say I really like 2 images: the beautiful peaceful sense of space and mystery in the corrugated iron image. But the red car coming through the underpass seems to break conventions on a structural level for me. I like the pos/neg chequerboard pattern in the bridge abutment played against the red (interesting because we have a colour balancing against a pattern instead of another colour or density) and how the yellow line just touches the left of the frame creating a competing tension point – for me its a beautiful – and successful – example of design experimentation.

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  2. Love the Kyoto shot, one of my favourite places on earth, be back there in December

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