For the new Google+ theme of #SAturdayStyle curated by https://plus.google.com/113973458554656282296/posts/JX6rbasjLsH – but in a nutshell it's a theme that exposes style of some description; art, fashion, design, architecture, etc.and who I have a sneaky suspicion may be related to one another. You can read more about the theme's rules here –
I've gone with architecture for the inaugural post in this theme. This is a reworking in my own particular style of a photo I took almost a year ago in Wakefield, Yorkshire, and features my second favourite style of architecture, brutalism (my favourite being art deco like just about anyone with taste). From the 1950s to the 1970s brutalist architecture embraced the wonderful ideal of casting concrete into moulds to create repetitive, geometric buildings or, if you prefer, works of art (which, admittedly, some people think are gruesome but there's no accounting for taste).
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