Mixed Media in Cardiff City

My walk this week featured a range of mixed media. From the natural mossy trees in perspective and their shadows on buildings to a classical architectural foreground with a more modernist tower in the background; the intricacy of sculptures and the simplicity of the structures within walls along with urban pedestrian functionality. It makes for quite a mixed bag and all to be seen within a hundred yards or so in the centre of Cardiff City.

Cardiff tree perspective

For those who are wondering, the figurative statue in the images below is a memorial to the events at Ladysmith and Kimberley in the Second Boer War.

A monochrome version of the architectural angle shot can be seen on Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness MM 3-44 blog post.

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