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Instagram overload



I’ve split my Instagram account into three as of the weekend.

Follow @nickminers for my day-to-day Instagram, with photos mostly from my phone of things I see and do that I find interesting.

Follow @nmp_brutalism for architecture photography – mostly black and white, with an emphasis on brutalism and modern architecture styles.

And for landscape lovers, follow @nmp_landscapes for my photos from Iceland, the Lake District and beyond.

Most of the images on these last two accounts are available to buy as prints – you can hunt them down on my online print store or simply ask by commenting on the photo(s) you like on Instagram.

Brutal Watford

Brutalism divides opinions. Many of our best brutalist buildings have been, or are threatened with being demolished. Yet nothing is being built these days that is quite like this bold, geometric, concrete, future-facing architecture. It can be found in many, if not most town and city centres, and every building is pretty much unique.

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