I don't know what 'school' of architectural photography I belong to, but some might say that my personal work is a little indulgent at times.
I like to work on relationships between things, and express an opinion by setting up visual indicators of feeling. Such as this image taken last week. It is of our local war memorial and our local former grammar school (now being demolished). Two inanimate objects provide an extra dimension to the photography. Indulgency or photographers craft?
Whatever it is, I feel much the better for it after capturing the essence of my thoughts.