There are a lot of architectural photographs on this site. Organising these into separate portfolios was necessary but not easy. I do think that photographs of commonplace buildings, designed for ordinary living and working, rarely look well set amongst architect –designed grand constructions. This portfolio represents the “little architecture” in styles that have come to characterise the way their parts of the world look, from maritime Nova Scotia and Ile de Re, to urban , crowded Hong Kong, the adobes of New Mexico, the White Villages of Andalucia and more.
Please view this as a work in progress. The photographs in this gallery still don't fit together as well as they should and neither are they all photographs in the sense that a photograph should bring a little more than documenting an existence. I feel that putting the portfolio up might force me to either make it better or recognise that it's unlikely to get better.