A resting place of inspiration and elevation, that’s how we look at the final frame of every Images of the Week, which we gather many here together for you to gaze upon.
Possibly photographer Jaime Rojo searches for a counterbalance to the city from within the city, cloaked in clouds, in the stately lines enveloped by the rolling fog. Often his chosen scene is the interval that is free from the crowd, even when surrounded by it.
The course city street can be colorful and chaotic, full of cross currents and barking agenda. Behind his lens he reveals his own quiet way of finding the poetry, and it is often stirring, stately, striking.
Columns and ceilings and blinking orbs, bended branch, exposed beam, shimmering shafts of light. Surrounded by people, here is your chance to be alone in muted patterns, at peace, free to summon refuge and reverie, old ghosts and winds stirring deep and buffeting bright dreams that redden your cheeks.