German photographer couple, Bernd & Hilla Becher’s water tower series is fantastic. I love it when artists take something industrial & utilitarian and transform it to be so completely gorgeous. Plus there’s a really nice graininess…something delightfully unrefined about these that a lot of modern photography just doesn’t have these days. Also why don’t American water towers look like this??
The Round House and its idyllic setting evokes an overwhelming sense of magic, intrigue and romance. Built in the 1790 's, along the now disused Thames and Severn Canal from Lechlade to Stroud. Originally, a Linesman' s cottage, the horses were stabled on the ground floor, and the family lived on the 2 floors above.
Vivian Maier, a street photographer from the 1950s - 1990s. Vivian's work was discovered at an auction here in Chicago where she resided most of her life. Her discovered work includes over 100,000 mostly medium format negatives (90% of her work), thousands of prints, and countless undeveloped rolls of film.