At the end of the double yellows is a building I really like, designed by Amanda Levete Architects, which is almost impossible to photograph, because it’s on a narrow alley. The architects have, cleverly, peeled the facade back and allowed light into the building. I’d love to say I’d deliberately balanced the red of the London bus with the fire hydrant, but it is a happy accident! The cladding is an aluminium ‘plank’ which gives the rich textured reflections you can see in the shot. At least in this effort the lighting and colours are good… Shot with my Zeiss 28/2.8 on a Sony NEX-6.