I love the silver birches in front of the Tate Modern, they are one of my favourite bits of urban landscaping, along with Paley Park in New York. On saturday I particularly liked the way they picked up the cool evening light. First picture with the iPhone, I then got my NEX-6 & Sigma 30mm… Continue reading 22.02.14 -> Silver
Maybe I wouldn't cry, but the basic sentiment holds. How many Tes-bury's does any area need? Zeiss 28/2.8 MMJ on NEX-6
I promised myself that I wouldn't post any Cat photos to my blog, however photo-a-day can be demanding and inspiration never struck on Wednesday… So here's a photo of our cat Poppy lounging around on the sofa. In a desperate attempt at making it relevant the shot was taken with my Zeiss 135/2.8 Sonnar. 😉
Another of my ongoing "Darkitecture" series of unused post-war buildings. Once Again the extension to the Childrens Hospital, as previously posted from a different view. I think this one works better (?) as the street lights at low level left the upper part too dark in that previous post.
Following up from Saturdays photo of London Fields I am posting a shot of the BMX track at Haggerston Park. we had a walk from Spitalfields and Brick Lane up to Broadway Market. Though I took a few other shots I loved the way the warm light on the foliage and cherry tree interacted with… Continue reading 16.02.14 -> Un-natural Landscapes
Just a snapshot of something kinda remarkable - a sunny day in Southern Britain! Apparently there is a new set of public toilets emerging behind this tasteful Olive Drab hoarding. NEX-6 and 16-50, which looks like a surprisingly decent lens in this shot.
Tottenham Court Road tube station, Central line platform. I wonder who got the Roundel? Sony NEX-6 and 16-50.
Sometimes there really is no art in photography. I took a ton of images today but they were all for my 'day job' and none were much good for anything other than record purposes... This one, however is literally Pants!