Robert A. Small: Geometry Around Us

A collection of photos I have taken in New Zealand, Barcelona, London, France and Fiji documenting the shapes that litter our lives.

Although we cannot see the plant’s stem, the ‘stems’ of the other shapes tend to fill in that portion on the leaf in our minds.
This row is organized more along distribution of shapes than the shapes themselves.
The scribbled column was like that when i found the magazine, which emphasizes the vertical of its partners.
Again, I did not arrange any of the shapes in these pictures; they were found ‘as is.’.
Not far from the Tate Modern, there is something of about that strange little pickle shop.