The mathematician (Pascal) who admires the beauty of a theorem in number theory; it's as though he were admiring a beautiful natural phenomenon. It's marvellous, he says, what wonderful properties numbers have. It's as though he were admiring the regularities in a kind of crystal.

Ludwig Wittgenstein

Culture and Value:
Translated by Peter Winch

Double-exposure analogue images made with a 1950s breast pocket camera of buildings predominantly in London.