Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Happy Accidents #2 - University of Leeds

These Lomography images were taken in May on the University of Leeds campus. These are my two favourite images of the day taken with my Diana F+. Although it isn't clear what's going on in the above one, it is a superimposed image of the Roger Stevens Lecture Theatre and a campus signpost and the buildings behind it. I think it produces a slightly uncanny effect whereby you can't work out what buildings belong to what image. Also, the signpost is in such a place where it looks like the beige building on the right is abutted to the grey concrete building in the background.

This image is also superimposed. It is of the Clothworkers' Centenary Concert Hall (what used to be the Presbyterian Church) and a lovely tree nearby that was in bloom with yellow blossom. The effect is of golden light emanating from the church door, which is interesting from a religious perspective, even though it wasn't my intention.

Related Links:
Presbyterian Church on Leodis
Roger Stevens Lecture Theatre - Listed Building


  1. Hey, I mentioned some of your work and my experiences with Leeds Psychogeography group here;

  2. Hi Melanie. That's great, thanks for that. I shall send your blog around to everyone. Hope things are going well for you. All the best. T