My wife and I visited the South-West of England over the weekend past and one of the places we took in, albeit far too briefly was Wells Cathedral. As a student of architectural photography I was only too aware that one of the most famous early 20th century architectural photographs - 'A Sea of Steps' was… Continue reading A Sea of Steps
Some shots of Madness at the launch event for Hastings Pier last Saturday... All taken with a Canon Eos 5D. What a pleasure to be able to focus properly in low light in a way that my A7r just isn't capable of .
Just a couple of roller blinds abandoned in the street. The blinds were up against an orange shopfront and it's amazing the way the contrast of the reflected glow of that orange wall and the cool morning light play out on the folds of the fabric.
Just love this bit of graffiti on a Rollrt shutter on Mare Street in London. A quick grab from the top deck of the 26 bus earlier today.
Latest addition to the ongoing series on empty buildings in London. This, the first for this winter, is in the Hoxton area of London, a building which must be worth a fortune yet has been empty for ages. Personally, I was drawn by the green fluorescent light in the building on the left and the way it contrasts… Continue reading Darkitecture VI
Glorious Autumn light!