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LAURA HOL PHOTOGRAPHY

A highly decorative lamp post on the balcony edge of Schloss Drachenfels in Konigswinter.
Overwrought
Decorative iron gates on a disused, empty building in Waikiki, Hawaii.
Pearly Gates
Shadow symmetry from the metal railings bordering the edge of the lake at Hampton Court.
Railing II
Shadow symmetry from the metal railings bordering the edge of the lake.
Railing I
Rustically hewn  timber beams and shingles on an historic Latvian barn.
Rainproof
A deeply recessed, crumbling arrow slit window in some Monastery ruins.
Recess
Timber window detail from one of the houses at the Latvian Open Air Museum.
Red Window
Sunkissed glowing cobbles on one of the main city squares in Riga.
Ripple Effect
Art Deco reflections of the Gresham Hotel on a highly shined table.
Squares
Moss coloured timber slats and beams of a bridge spanning the Jubilee River.
Stripes
Timber railings and edges of a bridge spanning the Jubilee River.
Texture
Looking up at the interior of the Gaudi masterpiece that is the Sagrada Familia.
The Eyes of God
The tunnel and steps up through one of the linking arms of the Atomium in Brussels.
The Final Frontier
A n intricate metal wire sculpture on top of the Dancing House in Prague.
The Ribbon Dance
Looking up at the interior of the Gaudi masterpiece - the Sagrada Famila.
Three Stars
A hot cat on a tin roof, turning it's back on the Trading Guild in Riga, Latvia.
Tin Roof
Intricate timber rafters and battens on the roof of a Botanical Garden Glasshouse.
Trellis
Light patterns and texture playing on the underneath of the A4 Motorway.
Under the Motorway
Subverted arched ceiling alcoves in the Budapest Parliament building.
Underneath It All
Light and shadow patterns playing on both the water and the underside of the M4
Vanishing Point
The blue green water of Venice lapping against an ancient oak door.
Venice Door
Starkly textured walls, with traditional light and modern surveillance.
Watched
Soft blue reflections of  a tower block in the adjacent glass high rise office.
Watercolour Windows
An historic window in the ruins of a beautifully textured monastery wall.
Window II
The electric retro colours of the travellator leading from the Atomium.
Zio-n-eon

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