A quick portrait of my mate Richard taken with the Zeiss 55/1.8 on the A7r down the pub last night. Shot wide open as another Bokeh test type of shot.
Kind of a Bokeh test for the Zeiss 55/1.8 here. This is a shot of a couple of the (apparently) newly fashionable ceramic Swans my wife has been collecting for a few years. There are about half a dozen on a shelf by the stairs of our little flat in East London.
Not the most seasonal post ever, but it is still within the 12 days of Christmas... Anyway, I was walking past the Castle Terrace car park in Edinburgh today and noticed that they had some quite extensive Christmas decorations, which seemed really odd for a car park. It's remarkable that they probably make the place look… Continue reading Car Park
A short series about colour, pattern and movement as seen from a #26 London bus.
Euston Station - to my eyes, at least - is beginning to aquire a certain charm as a classic example of it's period. While Traveling to the northwest yesterday I noticed this fantastic ceiling in the ticket hall.
A door to... ? I only noticed after publishing this post that it's my 150th Post on this site, which is amazing, and also a bit disappointing, in a way. I started 2014 planning to do a post a day or, at least, a photo a day. After a good beginning, tough, hat number says… Continue reading 31 (150th Post!)
Every day I walk past this signboard out side Camridge Heath Station and wonder why they don't get rid of it or move it after all, do you really want to look like this after you've had your hair done?
Seen on Cambridge Heath Road
These little guys are at the entrance to a garage on Cambridge Heath Road and they just keep getting more and more additions. The white mask starts to make them look just a little sinister, no? Taken with the Zeiss 55/1.8 on Sony A7r.