Flatirons

I love acute-angled buildings. And wasteground. And flyovers. And oddly-shaped alcoves. And windswept weedy courtyards bordered by bollards. Here are two acute-angled buildings, which I have taken to calling flatirons, after the famous Fuller building on New York’s 5th Avenue. I took a picture of the Fuller Building while I was there, but seem to have deleted it, so there are only two flatirons in my triptych. Or if each building bisects the picture into two scenes, it would have been a hexaptych, so it’s now just a tetraptych.

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