- Aperture: f/5.6
- Focal Length: 23mm
- ISO: 200
- Shutter: 1/169 sec
- Camera: X100S
The apartment buildings in the London suburb street I live in were built around a hundred years ago, so I’m told, designed by the same architect responsible for some of the larger houses in a neighbouring street. The street takes it’s name from the many lime trees in the area (not the fruit!) and the blocks all have a distinctly old-fashioned feel, from the single communal boiler serving each building, to the coal elevators attached to the balconies out the back of each apartment.
All this is just a very long winded way of introducing this image as being one of the papered-over windows to one of the ‘engine rooms’ of one of the buildings, housing a boiler, the electrics and all the phone connections.
Processed with a touch of the ol’ cross-process look in Lightroom 5.