Pure WheelPure WheelThere something about a white sky that I like about photos. Perhaps is the way I was taught how to use negative space in architecture to affect moods. That puts in in good stead to start applying it in photography. It is always in the back of a photographers mind when they are composing. The more you do it the less you have to think about what you are doing. It just sort of becomes natural to you. I am not sure where I am on that scale but I like to think that it is nearly natural. But if you stop thinking about composition, then what will happen?
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A Rogue One

August 07, 2016 - We are half way through the year and that means that it’s only another 4 months until Christmas (yes 4 pay days) and als...
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Welcome o China Town

February 28, 2016 - China town seems like it’s own little world cut off from the heart of London. There are so many things here that stand o...
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A Bright Walk

February 24, 2016 - The Hungerford footbridge is one of the lesser-known landmarks in London although you can see it from the most tourist o...
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Along Southbank

January 26, 2016 - I did a mini photowalk along the Thames on my way home recently; and by mini I mean 20 minutes out of my way so I don’t...
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Watching Big Ben

December 29, 2015 - You take so many things for granted when you just don’t notice what’s around you. You sit in the same seat on your morni...
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The Lone Surveyor

November 22, 2015 - On the 6 th November, a group of photographers in my Arcanum cohort were set a task to document your day. The end result...
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Angle in thirds

October 12, 2015 - Well I have taken to flying drones like a duck to sky. You are able to take your photography to new heights (pun intende...
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From a different Angle

September 01, 2015 - Don’t you just love it when you have a few spare hours at an airport! Well I guess not everyone sees it that way but if...
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Movement at the Ageas Bowl

July 29, 2015 - When you go and shoot architecture you sometimes have to be very patient for the right moment or sometimes that moment j...
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Look through to the horison

June 14, 2015 - Navigating the streets in London can be pretty tough if you don’t know the area. One of the many great things about New...
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Lie in Wait

May 20, 2015 - Thinking about it, having a World War 2 Battleship in the centre of London is a pretty strange thing. It’s now a part of...
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Sunset over South Tower

May 11, 2015 - Two photos for the price of one on this great Tuesday morning. Peeking out over a balcony over London always takes your...
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Splitting London

May 03, 2015 - London always has this cool blue tone to it at night. I’m not sure what created it but perhaps summer will be a nice war...
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Look Over London

April 26, 2015 - A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to get some private access to the top of Tower Bridge. How I got this access is anoth...
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On the corner of

April 19, 2015 - I never really understood addresses in New York, When someone would say to meet on the corner of 5 th and 82 nd I would...
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A New York Glow

April 16, 2015 - I was in New York in the week that sandwiched the 4 th July. The temperature was so hot but so enjoyable. It made waitin...
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Golden Abyss

April 13, 2015 - Everytime I walk out of Southwark station I never have my camera with me but I have always framed this shot in my mind....
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Cracks in the relationship

April 07, 2015 - Canary wharf station is such a famous station in London. It is always is full of photographers lurking around the multip...
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Southwark Symmetry

April 06, 2015 - Symmetry again... When I scan through my pictures, it’s scary how many become symmetrical. Well I’m not going to stop. S...
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The hidden frame

April 02, 2015 - The British museum is home to some great architecture. I have posted quite a few from there recently. I walked down thes...
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The War Museum

March 29, 2015 - I have been inside this place but must have been on an old school trip when. I can’t even remember if it was Primary or...
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Vanishing in 2 ways

March 26, 2015 - Symmetry is a huge theme in my photography. You can quickly see that when you flick through my images. I don’t know how...
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A Colourful Reflection

March 25, 2015 - I am still obsessed with this place. I still look back through all the images I took there and want to process all of th...
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The Wedding cake monument

March 19, 2015 - Arguably this is one of the most famous monuments in London. Well perhaps apart from the aptly named Monument close to L...
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Up Up and Away

March 17, 2015 - You wouldn’t have thought that Elephant and Castle could be home to interesting architecture, but this little gem stands...
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The Black Hole

March 15, 2015 - You will probably reconise this staircase. I have posted so many images of it before but there are just so many good ang...
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Split Personality

March 10, 2015 - I love going back over old photos that haven’t been processed. When you first put them in their usual “To Process” pile,...
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It's fun to stay at the…

March 08, 2015 - Y.M.C.A. Yeah I went there with the title. I would be disappointed with myself if I didn’t. I’ve never really given this...
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Far from Brooklyn

March 05, 2015 - I perfectly timed my trip to New York to coincide with Independence Day. I had the thought to watch the fireworks, which...
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A path to the future

March 03, 2015 - There are so many photos of this walkway. I’ve even posted one before so I tried to process this one a little differentl...
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Spiral to the top

February 22, 2015 - There is no reason why I haven’t been to the Tate Britain. In fact I should have more reason then most as I work within...
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The future is full of colour

February 15, 2015 - I’ve never really planned where to go and take photos. I normally run and gun it and see where the streets of London tak...
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A Walkie around the garden

February 12, 2015 - To actually understand the title of this image you have to get a grasp of where this is taken. London has recently has a...
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A spiral reflection

February 10, 2015 - The spiral staircase in the Mayors office London is surrounded by glass windows that looks into offices. The whole build...
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Look to the exit

February 08, 2015 - For some strange reason I find it hard to make up my mind about what photos to take inside the national history museum i...
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Macy's Cross

February 03, 2015 - I didn’t have many chances to take photos while I was in New York but I made the most of our Hotel’s roof terrace. While...
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Ancient London

January 29, 2015 - If you are ever in London make sure that you make some time to visit the British Museum. It’s completely free to get in...
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A Gothic Statement

January 27, 2015 - If you do not know your way around Barcelona then you can easily get lost in the city. Especially in the Gothic quarter...
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Just Walk

January 25, 2015 - It’s sometimes good to go through old photos that you have yet to process. I tend to leave loads in a Lightroom folder u...
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Up at Madison Square Park

January 22, 2015 - It took me a while to figure out where this photo was taken. When I shot film you kept a notebook of where every photo w...
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Rise above the Library

January 15, 2015 - My New York knowledge isn’t all that. I look back through my photos and wonder where they were actually taken. I need to...
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Relax in Reception

January 13, 2015 - When you walk around a building so many different views pop up in to your head. You have to try and capture not just the...
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Outside Hever

January 01, 2015 - I may buy an annual ticket to Hever Castle. There is so much to see and when I went the weather was shocking that I got...
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Cube Crossroads

December 30, 2014 - At 105 Tottenham Court Road the Qube takes pride of place along the high street. There really is nothing like it nearby...
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Archways Over Hever

December 23, 2014 - The gardens of Hever Castle are just as impressive as the castle itself. In fact it takes 10 times as long to explore th...
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Spired New York

December 21, 2014 - Spires on skyscrapers really have no main purpose. Ok they are sometimes used as radio antennas and alike, or perhaps a...
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Qubed

December 16, 2014 - I recently was asked to shoot some pictures of the Qube on Tottenham Court road. It’s a stunning building that stands ou...
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Straight to the point

December 11, 2014 - During the Open House London 2014, lots of buildings were opened to the public. One that I went in has a staircase that...
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Building Bokah

December 02, 2014 - I sometimes like to go back through my image archive and spruce up an old image or 2. I found this one that was taken fr...
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Down Past the Windows

November 25, 2014 - I took a lot of pictured when I was at London’s City hall that I couldn’t wait to process them all. It was hard to think...
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Wharf of a Fountain

November 20, 2014 - Another black and white image for today. I’m not doing it on purpose I promise. I just seem to have a feel for them rece...
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Circular Temple

November 16, 2014 - This Gothic Temple in Painshill Park is the perfect candidate for a HDR photo. The interior has a lot of detail with som...
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London Skywalk

November 11, 2014 - City Hall is home to some great architecture. The interior has a crazy spiral staircase that you would have seen quite a...
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888,246

November 07, 2014 - If you follow me on the old Twitter or Instagram, you may have noticed that I have been spending a lot of time at the To...
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Tower Poppies

November 02, 2014 - The Tower of London is a much-loved piece of London. After all it’s where most of its history resides. From the home of...
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Down on the Flat Iron

October 26, 2014 - During one of the stages where I was able to pull myself together and actually look over the edge of the Empire State bu...
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The bottom of the turbine

October 23, 2014 - I spent ages on editing this photo. And even then I kept on changing my mind on what to do with it. It’s a heavy reminde...
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Fabric courtyard

October 16, 2014 - The Perspectives you get while looking down from rooftops are so unusual. They put you out of your comfort zone. I guess...
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Monkey Business

October 14, 2014 - I have no idea why but the stone moneys that hang onto the columns of the Natural History museum are a great little addi...
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Circle Symmetry

September 30, 2014 - We have a thing called Open House here in London. It’s a time where lots of buildings get opened up to the public that y...
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Shadows on the stairs

September 28, 2014 - Sometimes you just have to look up and that’s what I did while I was in New York…constantly. Even when I was inside and...
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Under Guildford Gardens

September 25, 2014 - Guildford castle isn’t much by itself. Now basically ruins that you can only walk around and not go inside its pretty un...
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Spinning Spiral

September 21, 2014 - This weekend London has opened its usually closed doors with up to the public. This event is called Open House London wh...
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The San Remo

September 18, 2014 - It took me a while to find out what the double topped building in the background of Central Park was. I opted for a goog...
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Across the long long bench

September 14, 2014 - Gaudi was a great chap. He could sure design a good bench. Well not just a bench but as that’s the subject of the image...
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One More Thing...

September 11, 2014 - Who can say that I don’t cover current issues. Perhaps it’s just coincidently timed. By what ever means it just so happe...
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Close to Freedom

September 09, 2014 - The 911 memorial was a very strange place. It was a fantastic place to go but the feel of the place was odd. Its strange...
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Roosevelt Bridge

September 07, 2014 - On our final day in Manhattan we were looking for something to do before getting ready for our long flight home. My girl...
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Murray Street

September 04, 2014 - I guess this photo means more to me than you since my last name is Murray. I had to post it, perhaps just due to sentime...
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Stand By

September 02, 2014 - When you think of Guildford the first thing that comes to mind definitely isn’t castle. Well for me it wasn’t. For resid...
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How can a building fit there?

August 28, 2014 - I have always had an obsession with this strange building that lies on 5 th Avenue in New York. So much so that I includ...
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The Tate Britain

August 24, 2014 - The Tate Britain is one art gallery that I have never been into. I actually have no idea what kind of art is inside. I a...
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Under Central Park

August 21, 2014 - Who knew this was hidden under a popular place in Central Park? Well apparently lots of people. It was full with street...
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Apple Footsteps

August 17, 2014 - I have no idea why but I really wanted to visit the Apple store on 5 th Avenue while in New York. I’m nowhere near a fan...
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Cloudy old Brighton

July 31, 2014 - I do like the smell of the sea. I never go there enough but when I do it brings back the memories of eating chips out of...
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Colour in Canterbury

July 24, 2014 - My old University town is pretty incredible but I guess I’m slightly biased. Its currently graduation season and this is...
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Midtown Black and White

July 22, 2014 - New York is a stunning place. Coming from an architecture background I knew every single old building there. I guess I s...
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London's little river

July 17, 2014 - The More district in London Bridge has a mini feature river that runs from the shard to Tower Bridge. It must be great i...
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The Other side of Brooklyn

July 13, 2014 - Going to America photography was second on my mind. That’s impossibly hard as its always in the forefront of my mind but...
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Steel Under Canary Wharf

June 26, 2014 - Under Canary wharf is a labyrinth of glass and steel. Combined this make a maze of corridors flukely put together to mak...
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Business As Usual

June 19, 2014 - I know what you’re thinking. I post way too much of this area but it just photographs so well. It’s still one of my favo...
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Garden of Canary

June 08, 2014 - There is so much to take in around Canary Wharf. This particular time the light was rubbish I didn’t help that I wasn’t...
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Escalate the Shard

June 05, 2014 - Only a quick one for today. I got in really late last night so do not have much time to write a long-winded story about...
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Black at the Tate

June 03, 2014 - Back to the Tate modern for the todays image. The turbine hall is a huge expanse of space. Those turbines must have been...
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Pier Through

June 01, 2014 - I have always wanted to do an under pier shot. Brighton provided the perfect opportunity. I was still learning the way a...
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The Sitting Fountain

May 22, 2014 - There is so much to see as you walk along London’s Southbank. I see something new every time. Especially this time when...
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Stainless Steel Entrance

May 20, 2014 - Canary Wharf has its own Underground Tube station. The main exit is very memorable with its big silver arches and great...
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Cut Outs

May 18, 2014 - I much prefer the architecture of the Tate Modern to the art inside it. I have been going there for many years and it ha...
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Grey Reflection

May 13, 2014 - Or perhaps I should have called this Comp Stomp. I had never heard that phrase until Mike told me of it. He had found th...
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Turkish Tent

May 12, 2014 - Painshill Park is full of “perfect landscapes”. Some might say too perfect and that they are. It is entirely man made ou...
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British Bridge

May 01, 2014 - I never really notice this bridge every time I go there. I always come in the entrance beneath it and never look up. On...
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Through to the landscape

April 22, 2014 - I know rubbish title sorry. My imagination wasn’t really on top form today and now I have to live with that title foreve...
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Scooping the Shard

April 15, 2014 - For some reason there is an amphitheater right next to the mayors office by Tower Bridge. It plays host to some outdoor...
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The Five Arch Bridge horison

April 03, 2014 - Painshill Park is perfect for photography. This hidden treasure in Surrey is full of architectural wonders that you can...
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Mystery More

March 25, 2014 - I look at this building every time I walk past it, which is quite a lot. I still have no idea what its called. A quick s...
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The Long Path to Salvation

March 16, 2014 - I must definitely have a soft spot for Canterbury Cathedral. S0 far I a loving how every shot turns out, yet in the back...
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Dome on the horizon

March 09, 2014 - I don’t actually remember taking this photo. I remember being in the general vicinity but this was taken so long ago. It...
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Business is Business

March 06, 2014 - London's skyline has changed in the last few years. Tall buildings now dominate the skyline. Not a bad thing I guess. It...
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The Nave that's full of sun

February 26, 2014 - This photo is from the nave of Canterbury Cathedral. The whole place wasn’t actually that busy, well until a whole schoo...
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Hogwarts in Canterbury

February 21, 2014 - I recently spent a day in Canterbury visiting my old Uni town with my girlfriend. It felt great being back even if I am...
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Church and the Wharf

February 19, 2014 - I was up high for this photo ­. Well high enough on the 10th floor at a corporate event. I don’t really get on with heig...
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Time is Money

February 11, 2014 - I guess time is very important in the business world hence why there are 3 clocks in a row in Canary wharf. Does anyone...
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A Colourful Entrance

February 04, 2014 - I love the offices of More London perhaps a bit too much. Every single London image I seem to post recently is from arou...
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Glass, Glass everywhere

January 28, 2014 - London is full of glass. especially in the pubs in summer that are always jam packed with after hours business folk tuck...
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The Pointy End

January 26, 2014 - You could call this photo the pyramid of London but that would be a lie. To my knowledge there is no such thing. This ju...
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The fountain Outside Canary Wharf

January 19, 2014 - Original title I know. I guess it’s hard to get creative when writing a post late on a Monday night when I should be in...
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New York in London

January 14, 2014 - I have New York on the brain. I’m currently planning a journey their in July. It seems like studying an eyewitness trave...
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Business as usual

January 11, 2014 - What a busy busy city London is. Especially around all of the business districts. Lunch time must be manic with pushing...
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Red London

December 19, 2013 - I haven’t been out photographing London in a while but miss it immensely. I’ve more been wandering around going to Chris...
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Canary Balls

November 04, 2013 - Remember remember, the 5th of Novemb…… wait you might be thinking. This is no firework photo. I thought I would be diffe...
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Up high on the 10th floor

June 25, 2013 - Happy 26th of June everyone. Not thats its a special day (although a quick google search reveals that its Happy Against...
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Red Reflections

June 18, 2013 - Thats just what every photographer wants. Not a fantastic image (I’m not saying this isn’t), but a title where you can u...
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Outside the V & A

June 10, 2013 - I had completely forgot that I had been to the Victoria and Albert museum until I was looking through my photos to proce...
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Angle in the Wind

May 12, 2013 - Nope I still haven’t discovered why these wind turbines on the top of the Strata tower do not spin like they were design...
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Bar before the storm

April 29, 2013 - Interior shots always come out well. It’s not really hard when you are inside a manor house. Everything is so well kept...
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Look at those guns

April 14, 2013 - Taking a photo of this gave me a headache. In theory the shot should work really well. You go there thinking that gettin...
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Abstract Strata

April 10, 2013 - The Strata tower apparently was an architectural disaster. I should really google this for the reasons why, as it would...
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Zombieland

April 07, 2013 - It’s pretty much common knowledge that there are lots of abandoned housing estates around London but I didn’t know exact...
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Clouds in the Stradosphere

April 02, 2013 - Ahhh cleaver title you say. Well you will once you know the name of the building otherwise that’ll make no sense. This i...
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After Easter

April 01, 2013 - I must of put on 5 stone with the amount of chocolate I ate over the easter weekend. I hope you ate copious amounts too.
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Back with Barcelona

March 12, 2013 - So yeah I know, it has been a while. I could make up a lot of excuses and you wouldn’t believe me so I’ll just leave it...
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Who needs golden hour?

February 04, 2013 - Winter is very annoying for me as you get to work in the dark and leave work in the dark. That means always missing gold...
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Lost in Rome

January 29, 2013 - Getting lost in Rome is never a bad thing. I’m sure I’ve said this before, but it’s not a very big city. I walked from o...
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I tought I taw a Canary

January 28, 2013 - Its not a bad place to live if you have this view one side and then this one on the other. I was standing in the same sp...
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Over Barcelona

January 27, 2013 - From the freezing snow of London to the hot blue sky of Barcelona. I cover all aspects on this site it seems. I’m defini...
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The Shard in Layers

January 17, 2013 - There is something about the Shard that looks really good in black and white. Especially the abstract ones. PErhaps its...
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Yellow Lego

January 16, 2013 - Building sites are a sore subject around London at the minute. They are everywhere so much so that I can’t really rememb...
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Total Reflections

January 15, 2013 - You know its cold outside when your gloves don’t work. That was my experience this morning while waiting for my train. T...
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Boatside Docklands

January 14, 2013 - Like yesterday’s post this was taken in the docklands by Canary Wharf that you actually just can’t see in this image. Th...
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South Quay

January 13, 2013 - I double took this station as I walked past thinking I love that design but where is a good spot to take it from. After...
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Inside there are stairs

January 09, 2013 - Another taken before my sister’s wedding for todays shot. All the guys got ready up here. There is a door just to the le...
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Sing in Cadiz

January 06, 2013 - That hymn book is pretty big. Not that I’m an expert on hymn books or anything but it seems a little over the top. 4 lin...
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Lots of bushes, oh and a house.

January 02, 2013 - Perhaps I should of said this yesterday but happy new year! Ok now thats over and done with back to normal. Normal as i...
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A Gherkin for New Year

December 31, 2012 - Morning all. I hope the hangover isn’t too bad this morning and to all you non drinkers, I hope you didn’t have to look...
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Just a Pipe Dream

December 30, 2012 - Does anyone actually work today. I mean, I know this year people are actually back at work but come on. One day and then...
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Through the mesh

December 27, 2012 - I recently posted about me travelling up to the top of the Monument. This was taken from the top of that. Its not the gr...
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Leftover Olympics

December 26, 2012 - Even though the olympics left London what seemed like ages ago, there are still bits and pieces of the legacy left. This...
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The Ceremony Room

December 25, 2012 - Hopefully by the time this is posted I should be in Scotland. Thats if the snow at Glasgow airport hasn’t put a stop to...
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Christmas in Covent Garden

December 23, 2012 - Merry Christmas Eve! Honestly what did you think was going to happen? It’s so close to christmas so obviously I was goin...
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Glass Madness

December 19, 2012 - Yes I know. I’m a little obsessed with this building. There are just endless angles to photo though. There are so many d...
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Leadenhall Market

December 18, 2012 - It wouldn’t be the run up to christmas if there wasn’t some decorations in a blog post. Does this fulfil the criteria? G...
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Its not that high…right?

December 17, 2012 - Sure I said. Easy I said. It’s not that high. How wrong I was. Walking back to London Bridge I peeked into the Monument...
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That Pointy whatyoumacallit

December 16, 2012 - Yes of course I mean The Shard. If the sky isn’t that interesting then my default setting goes to black and white. It’s...
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The Never ending Glass Tower

December 13, 2012 - I see the Shard pretty much everyday as I go though London Bridge station but haven’t recently stepped outside of London...
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Lloyds’ Lines

December 12, 2012 - Sometimes colour HDRs just don’t quite cut it. This part of the Lloyds building was pretty colourless. Its industrial is...
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What’s up a Gherkin?

December 11, 2012 - Happy 12/12/12 everyone. Make sure you look at the clock at 12:12 today too. You could also be like me who only realised...
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Lloyds London

December 10, 2012 - Around the same area as yesterdays Gherkin image, stands the Lloyds building. This is also another building that I learn...
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Gherkin Reflections

December 09, 2012 - On Friday I dragged my self around a part of London that I haven’t visited in ages. In fact the last time I photographed...
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Party Boat

December 03, 2012 - There are many boats that just stay moored along the Thames. They are either used as bars, clubs or restaurants and are...
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Colour in Malta

November 26, 2012 - Happy Tuesday everyone. Todays image is from the harbor in Malta. These houses (I guess they are houses) were one of the...
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Triple flag

November 14, 2012 - All I know about this photo is that it is in Barcelona by the Harbor. Other then that my knowledge is pretty limited. It...
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Pure Wheel

November 06, 2012 - There something about a white sky that I like about photos. Perhaps is the way I was taught how to use negative space in...
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Narrow Cadiz

October 24, 2012 - If I didn’t know where this photo was taken then I could of mentioned any European town and it would of been believable.
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By the Mayor’s Steps

October 22, 2012 - This area is always full of photographers. I have written about how the security here always stops you using a tripod. W...
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Love the Place

October 21, 2012 - I had a pretty uneventful weekend that still seemed to fly by. I really should of gone out to take photos but the weathe...
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Looking down on Barcelona

October 15, 2012 - In my “To Process” folder, I still have 577 photos left of Barcelona. Probably about 20% of them I actually think are wo...
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Stone, trees and tunics

October 11, 2012 - Rome is such an amazing city. I really want to go back and explore more. I wasn’t able to go into the Colosseum. This ma...
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50 Shades of Blue

October 09, 2012 - Perhaps not 50 shades but there is a lot of blue in this picture. If I remember correctly (It was quite a while ago) it...
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Night at the Tower

October 08, 2012 - The Tower of London was having a huge make over before the Olympics. Like most of London it was covered in scaffholding...
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Lets go to the Palace

October 02, 2012 - I have taken this photo so so so many times. In true tourist style I put mu camera through the gates and snapped away so...
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Outside Addington

September 30, 2012 - Another from Addington Palace for you today and the outside to the manor house where my sister got married in. It was ta...
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Addington Palace

September 26, 2012 - Another from Addington Palace today and taken in arguably the most important room of the place, the bar. They actually o...
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Shadow on a Shell

September 25, 2012 - Ahhh see the title fooled yo there eh? eh? Well it is the shell building the the shadow of the London Eye is cast on. I...
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Inside Addington Palace

September 23, 2012 - As some of you may know it was Open Huse over the weekend. For a weekend, some buildings in London are open up to the pu...
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Close to the Palace

September 20, 2012 - I have taken photos around here for years. It is always so busy that you can never get a wide angle photo without anyone...
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Believe it or not

September 19, 2012 - I never had a clue what Ripley’s was until last christmas my Dad showed off a book that he had got. The book, funnily en...
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A Busy Piccadilly

September 17, 2012 - I was was happy to see that all of the scaffolding had been taken down from around Piccadilly Circus. At one point it se...
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Green around the Stadium

September 06, 2012 - So put up your hand if you watched the Paralympics on TV last night. I hope everyone has their hand held high as it was...
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Inside Coke

September 05, 2012 - You wouldn’t of thought that this was from the olympic park but were a whole host of surprises there. You have seen this...
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Under Orbit

August 28, 2012 - The Para Olympics starts today and you really wouldn’t of thought it around London. There isn’t the same vibe as the Oly...
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Touch

August 22, 2012 - Its hard to explain what this actually was. I guess you could call it a musical beat box but that would only partly expl...
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Around the Orbit

August 20, 2012 - I could of spent a whole day just finding different angles to photo the Orbit structure. Probably a whole week to cover...
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End of the Olympics

August 12, 2012 - I think you all have to agree that it was one spectacular Olympics. Before it started everyone is London was thinking ab...
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Olympic Moat

August 07, 2012 - Who says moats had to be old fashioned. Ok well maybe this isn’t moat running through the Olympic park but you do have t...
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Garden of Orbit

August 06, 2012 - The Orbit towers above London. I didn’t get a chance to go up it. The ticket system works very strangely. If you go into...
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Wood cutting through the sky

August 05, 2012 - I hope everyone had a great weekend. I spent pretty much all of it watching the olympics in one form or another (Well do...
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Orbit and Stadium

August 02, 2012 - Obviously the Olympic theme has to continue so here is another. Surprisingly behind one of the MacDonalds restaurants (y...
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Olympic Fever

August 01, 2012 - As a celebration of an amazing Gold Wednesday yesterday I have decided to post about the olympics until it finishes. In...
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Out of the Aquatics

July 31, 2012 - I was a bit apprehensive about going to the Olympic park. I was expecting travel chaos and disruption but all in all I L...
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The black and white pods

July 29, 2012 - The Olympics is well underway and all i’ve done this weekend was to binge on sport. Whether it was the Formula 1 (well d...
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And it Begins

July 26, 2012 - Of course I had to post one of the Olympics today, probably just like every other photography blog you will look at toda...
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Purple River

July 24, 2012 - More often then not, when I go around London taking photos the sky becomes this shade of purple/red. I dont mind as it c...
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The Love of Paul’s

July 23, 2012 - I haven’t posted a photo of St Pauls Cathedral for a while, so I guess it was about time to rekindle my love of it. This...
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Lots of e-numbers

July 18, 2012 - The M & M store lights up the corner of Leicester square. You cant miss it and with tourists piling through the doors it...
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Climb up to the Guell

July 16, 2012 - Parts of Barcelona are very hilly. I found this out when I went to go to Parc Guell. When you get off the metro (Barcelo...
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Art By the SIS

July 10, 2012 - I have posted many of the (not so) Secret Intelligence Service building so wont bore you with all of the details about i...
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A cut through the houses

July 02, 2012 - Doesn’t this look like a stereotypical European scene. I guess this is what Europe looks like to most people. I say Euro...
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Castel Sant Angelo

June 28, 2012 - Rome is a surprisingly small city. I had to walk from the Vatican all the way to the Colosseum on the other side of the...
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Spot the Red

June 21, 2012 - Merry Friday everyone! You all know where this is. Unlike most tourists around London that always seem to ask “where is...
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Gaudi Rock

June 18, 2012 - I have shown you this piece of Parc Guell from up close and from afar but now you can see what it actually all looks lik...
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Kings Angle

June 17, 2012 - This is a monumental moment. This is the last shot that I have from King’s cross, well until I decide to revisit there a...
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Purple lattice

June 13, 2012 - There are pattern everywhere you look if you try. This one you couldn’t miss even if you tried. I know you already know...
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Under abstract

June 12, 2012 - Guess where… no? Ok well it is a tad abstract. This is another one of Parc Guell in Barcelona. You can see another view...
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Intelligence and the reflection

June 11, 2012 - I have posted a few of the MI6 but this is the last 1 I have processed. This very secret building is hidden in plain sig...
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The atmosphere in London

June 10, 2012 - Merry Monday all. I have decided that I really have to get out soon. Work and social commitments have stopped me wanderi...
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The join to two styles

June 07, 2012 - You might be able to tell when this picture was taken if you look close enough. Plus the actual image name will give it...
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From St Pauls to the Shard

June 05, 2012 - Wow so its been a while. 4 days seems a while to not post anything but it was a great 4 days if you were anywhere in Eng...
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Beachside bridge

May 30, 2012 - This is the only stretch of beach that I have been on around the Thames (apart from a runway into the thames in greenwic...
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Welcome to Primrose Hill

May 29, 2012 - There is a point next to Regents Park that I had never been to. Yo have to be quite fit to lug up a heavy camera bag to...
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Exit to the Parc

May 24, 2012 - There are many exits to Parc Guell in Barcelona and this is one of them. I chose to post one of Barcelona today as on th...
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Concourse Columns

May 22, 2012 - I did say that I couldn’t help it. If you remember, a few weeks ago I had a week dedicated to King’s cross station as I...
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Mayor’s Art

May 21, 2012 - Back to the strange shaped building for todays post. Still the home (well office although I would love to live there) of...
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The King’s Doorway

May 16, 2012 - I tried to find a unique photo opportunity at King’s Cross station. It is such a popular place that I nearly had no chan...
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Pathway to the inside of the Cardinal

May 15, 2012 - I was waiting until it had been a while since I posted one of Cardinal Point to post this. I was sitting on it for a whi...
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Sun set in the Millennium

May 14, 2012 - I have crossed the Millennium bridge countless of times but I still like the view of london you get from it. Ok well I g...
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The Golden World

May 13, 2012 - Merry Sunny Monday. Well it started off sunny and like a fool I decided to come to work without a jacket. Off the train...
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The Circle on the Ceiling

May 09, 2012 - If you remember a similar photo, well then I’m impressed. This was taken at the same place as this one in Parc Guell, Ba...
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A Fallen Canary Tree

May 08, 2012 - As you might of guessed this isn’t actually a fallen tree. I think its meant to be a bench around Canary Wharf, but I wo...
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Down on the Corner

May 06, 2012 - If you read this early enough (at about 9:00 GMT) I will still be in bed as its a bank holiday Monday. Its been a mad we...
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Black and White Overhead

May 03, 2012 - As usual happy Friday everyone. Today is the last in my special series of shots from King’s Cross station, although I ha...
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Symmetry of King’s

May 02, 2012 - There are only so many angles that can be found to photo at this place. This is one of the best but also one of the most...
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From trees to the canopy

May 01, 2012 - We are currently on Day 3 of my one week King’s Criss special that was no way devised by me as I haven’t processed anymo...
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A Busy Concourse

April 29, 2012 - So its the start of another week and I thought I would dedicate the whole week of blog posts to my new favourite archite...
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Path to the Dome

April 26, 2012 - Happy Friday everyone! Wow this week has gone quick. Deep down in the darns of my hard drive lies a batch of photos wai...
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A Busy Wobbly Bridge

April 25, 2012 - There is an exhibition currently on at the Tate Modern that I really want to see. If have watched the news or read an UK...
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I could spend hours in this station.

April 23, 2012 - If security allowed me I could spend all day photographing canary wharf station. It’s definitely up there for me as one...
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The Edge of Soho Square

April 22, 2012 - I had to rack my brain to remember where this pub was. Once I had remembered I saw the street sign and the name of the p...
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High (but not that high) on Millennium Bridge

April 19, 2012 - I have seen a few photo taken while sitting on the top on the cables on the Millennium Bridge. Infact I have been with p...
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The missing piece of a puzzle

April 18, 2012 - Everytime I walk over London Bridge a building catches my eye. Its probably not the one you are thinking of here. Most p...
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The Mystery Cardinal Building

April 17, 2012 - I have no idea what this building is actually for. It looks more like a piece of art deco sculpture then an actual build...
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Lattice at King’s Cross

April 16, 2012 - If you have been trailing through the depth of the internet recently you will of seen lots of images taken of the new Ki...
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Hungerford in detail

April 12, 2012 - Perhaps its something to do with my architecture background (infact its definitely to do with that) but I love taking ph...
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Trees at Canary Wharf

April 11, 2012 - I was on a photowalk with a few people (I say people as I can’t remember who as this was a long time ago) but Mike and I...
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The Purple of Selfridges

April 10, 2012 - Oxford Street is the shopping capital of London. Everyday no matter what time, it is rammed full of people. I try to avo...
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The Hall of 100 Columns… well 86

April 04, 2012 - Every time i go to barcelona I spend a lot of time in this place! Parc Guell started of as a housing development but qui...
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Night at the Dome

April 03, 2012 - Sorry for the large post today. It seems that a lot of photos that I took from this night have come out well. Perhaps I...
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Seating by the office

April 01, 2012 - My shoebox of processed photos is running very low. I have loads to process but just currently don’t have the time. I ne...
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A cold Winter Wheel

March 29, 2012 - London is currently in a heatwave, which means everyone is in a happy summer mood. Unfortunately today is the last warm...
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Alright me ol’ Mucker

March 28, 2012 - I recently told you about my dismay of not taking a decent shot from this location. Well here is another one for you to...
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Getting close to Mi6

March 27, 2012 - I thought I would give you a closer view into my ultimate favourite London building. I recently showed you a photo of th...
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Westminster Underground

March 26, 2012 - Some photos annoy me when processing. This one did but not for the usual reasons. The station is situated on a slight hi...
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A shot that I should of taken a long time ago.

March 25, 2012 - Yes I know its pretty rubbish of me not to of taken a shot (well a decent one that I liked) from this spot before. The v...
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Wide by Westminster- The joy of a wide angle lens

March 22, 2012 - As some of you may know, I take most of my photos with a Sigma 12-24mm lens. I love shooting at an ultra-wide angle. You...
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Purple above Cardinal Point

March 21, 2012 - There were endless angles at Cardinal Point that look good through a lens. It’s basically a photography heaven. This sho...
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No Entry into Cadiz

March 20, 2012 - Cadiz in Spain is a very stereotypical European city, filled with narrow streets and indie restaurants. I found it a ver...
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Cold Parliament Sky

March 19, 2012 - When a photographer says that they want to meet at the usual Parliament spot then this is where they mean. That is exact...
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Up at Big Ben

March 15, 2012 - As this photo needs no introduction todays photo goes with a rant. One that has plagued photographers since the beginnin...
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The not so Secret Intelligence Service

March 14, 2012 - From a very young age I had decided that I was going to work inside this building. That was even before I knew what that...
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Wide over Greenwich

March 11, 2012 - In the beginning of February I posted this photo of a close up of the dome. This photo was taken from exactly the same p...
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Under Villefranche

March 07, 2012 - Merry Thursday everyone. It’s that day where everyone is looking forward to the weekend but yet it seems so far away. I...
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An (un)crowded Tower Bridge

March 05, 2012 - I spend ages around this area of London every time I am there to take photos. The problem is that its always rammed with...
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Outside the Palace

March 04, 2012 - I’m not much of a royalist but people who say that we don’t need the Royal Family really get on my nerves. Someone said...
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Who’s that there?

March 01, 2012 - Another from the underground for you today. I am finding that i’m taking more and more shots while I’m on the undergroun...
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Welcome to Westminster Cathedral

February 29, 2012 - I had never been to this Cathedral (actually I barely knew of tis existence) but I was happy when it was on one of out p...
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Nightlife at the Dome.

February 28, 2012 - Another from the same (and only) journey to the Dome for todays post. There are so many colours that come from the resta...
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Occupy Eviction

February 27, 2012 - This is quite possibly the last photo that I will ever post of Occupy London. At midnight last night (well 12:10am but c...
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Merry Monday

February 26, 2012 - Merry Monday all. I hope the trip back to work is not too hard today. I struggled to get out of bed due to a heavy weeke...
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The good old Parliament

February 22, 2012 - Happy Thursday everyone. Thats right only 1 more day until the weekend can begin so cheer up. I try to avoid taking phot...
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Sit at Cardinal Point

February 21, 2012 - I took so many photos in this area as it is an architectural dream. This whole structure covers the shopping centre and...
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Thats a Wharf of a Dome

February 20, 2012 - My cleverly named title (well I try) should give you a clue to where this shot was taken… What still no idea? I don’t bl...
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The Tripod Police

February 19, 2012 - The area around the Millennium Dome is private property so we knew it wasn’t long before security came to stop us. For o...
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Cardinal Point

February 15, 2012 - As promised here is one of the photos I was able to recover from my corrupt CF card. Out of all of the images I took the...
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Angle of the Eye

February 14, 2012 - I’m not sure but the London Eye is definitely a candidate for the most photographed (if you can call it) building in Lon...
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Traffic at the Tower (Not quite a valentines picture)

February 13, 2012 - Well I suppose I should start off by saying happy Valentines day to everyone, or for those of you who detest this coming...
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Sunset behind the Tate

February 12, 2012 - This photo was taken a while back but I missed the brackets in my original scan of the photos. I likes the colours in th...
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The Crown on the Dome

February 09, 2012 - It is strange that I have never posted a picture of the Millennium Dome (that I can remember) until now. If i’m honest I...
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The Brutal entrance

February 07, 2012 - Well perhaps not brutal but definitely inspired from brutalist architecture. This is one of the entrances/exits of the C...
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No guesses for where this is

February 06, 2012 - As the title says, its pretty easy to tell where this photo was taken due to the fact it is plastered all over the balco...
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Late Night Cathedral

February 05, 2012 - Taken on a very cold winters night last year, here is a photo of a side door of (guess the cathedral)…. thats right…the...
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Right in the Centre Point

February 01, 2012 - The tall building that goes out of view on the left is a landmark to us Londoners known as Centre Point. Being the build...
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Hungry for an apple on Regent Street

January 27, 2012 - As promised here is the bonus photo for this week. Since loosing my iPhone I bought the new Nokia Lumia 800 Windows phon...
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Looking down onto Malta

January 22, 2012 - Malta was great for photos. The place is so unique and the ship made a great view point to take photos from. This was on...
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The Colour of Malta

January 16, 2012 - Every building in Malta is built out of the same Maltese rock. This means that an orange glow is emitted from the countr...
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Reflection in the Orb

January 12, 2012 - The strange egg shaped orb should be familiar to anyone who follows this blog or lives in and around London. It is of co...
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Narrow streets of Cadiz

January 11, 2012 - My last photo from Cadiz, Spain now. I had a look at my unprocessed photos and nothing jumps out at me from this town. I...
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Christmas Still?

January 05, 2012 - Is it too late to still post christmas photos? I’m gonna say that its never too late. Does Covent Garden still have thei...
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Allies in Villefranche

January 02, 2012 - Villefranche takes on the stereotypical view of Europe. The narrow alleys, small coffee shops and people who don’t speak...
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Southbank of Wonders

December 27, 2011 - On London’s Southbank next to the London Eye lies a wondrous place unknown to me until recently. This place is called Wa...
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Happy Christmas Eve Eve everyone!!

December 22, 2011 - Such an occasion merits a christmassy picture and I would say the Christmas decorations at Covent Garden deliver. These...
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Stairs to St Paul’s

December 20, 2011 - I haven’t been back to visit the protesters at St Paul’s recently but I hear that they had to get rid of a few tents alt...
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Trees at the Tate Modern

December 13, 2011 - I processed this image a while ago but have only just learned to like it. That happens sometimes as you spend a while pr...
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Apple on Apple

December 11, 2011 - London is full of christmas lights for the festive season and on this trip I fully intended to just take photos of those...
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The temple in Sicliy

December 08, 2011 - On friday I posted a photo from Segesta in Sicily. That was of the remains of an amphitheatre and this is the temple on...
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Over the Tiber

December 05, 2011 - I want to go back to Rome to explore some more. It is a surprisingly small city taking around 45 minutes to walk from th...
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Does someone Segest a show?

December 01, 2011 - My cleaver title is meant to tell you where this photo was taken…. no really you didn’t get it from that? Well its an am...
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Streets of Villefranche

November 30, 2011 - Villefranche still remains my favorite place that I have visited. Sure I loved being at Castaway Cay or Rome but the Fre...
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Drawings of the Animators

November 29, 2011 - Animators Palate was my favorite guest restaurant as it is the most interesting. This restaurant alone cost over $5 mill...
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Plaça Reial

November 21, 2011 - For those of us who are not fluent in Spanish, or if you are like me and have no clue at all, this translates into Plaza...
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Glass next to St Pauls

November 18, 2011 - I went up to St Paul’s Cathedral to take pictures of the protesters as there was a rumor that they were being made to le...
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Preludes on the Disney Magic

November 17, 2011 - Deck 4 on the Disney Magic cruise ship was home to many things but one of them was the Walt Disney Theatre. The entrance...
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The Cathedral with no name

November 15, 2011 - This is a photo from inside the Cathedral in Cadiz, Spain. I have no idea what the name of the cathedral is and there wa...
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Under the red of the world

November 11, 2011 - A few weeks back I posted a few images of an entrance to the Natural history museum and today is another. A globe made f...
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B.A.R.C.E.L.O.N.A

November 10, 2011 - As you may know, one of my favorite cities is Barcelona. I have been there many times and was our home port in Europe....
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Deck 9 on the Magic

November 09, 2011 - I had such a great time working on the Disney Magic Cruise Ship. It is an amazing place to work at as you can imagine. D...
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A lift to the top

November 08, 2011 - As I was going up the lift to the top of the One New Change shopping centre I realised it was the perfect spot for a pic...
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From the top of One New Change

November 07, 2011 - One New Change is a relatively new shopping centre located next to St Paul’s Cathedral. i have been up in this position...
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Me at the Palace

November 06, 2011 - I have a lot of spare time in London and recently it has been used creating timelapse sequences of the capital. I took a...
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The Australian War Memorial

November 04, 2011 - This war memorials lies on London’s Hyde Park Corner. It is dedicated to the 102,000 Australian dead of the First and Se...
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A Blue Aquarium Glow

November 03, 2011 - The blue glow of the London Aquarium always makes the Southbank standout. Combined with the giant London Eye (that night...
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Entrance of the V and A

November 01, 2011 - I had never been to the Victoria and Albert museum in South Kensington but had heard alot about it. Friends had done a p...
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July 7th Memorial in Hyde Park

October 31, 2011 - A permanent memorial to honour the victims of the 7 July 2005 London Bombings is in place in London’s Hyde park. There a...
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The Pod at Dusk

October 28, 2011 - I find that it is hard to get a great picture of the London Eye close up. There are so many details that you can miss. T...
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Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

October 27, 2011 - The Globe theatre has be re-created on London’s Southbank, close to where it originally stood. They still put on Shakesp...
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Art by St Paul’s

October 26, 2011 - Yeah I know what your thinking, another one of St Paul’s. What can I say, I’m addicted to it. I have noticed this sculpt...
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The Scoop

October 25, 2011 - The Mayor’s office has always been an interesting building to me. Mainly because someone once described it to be as a sl...
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The Scarecrow on the Roof

October 24, 2011 - On top of the Haywood Gallery is a roof garden that we stumbled upon while trying to get a high view of the Thames. Look...
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Signals on the Magic

October 23, 2011 - The family pool, as you can imagine, was the most popular pool and was always full of guests. Even late at night there w...
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Through to St Paul’s

October 21, 2011 - Wow 3 in a row of St Paul’s Cathedral. It kinda just happened. I may have just unwillingly outed my self as a lover of t...
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The corner of St Pauls

October 20, 2011 - More from St Paul’s today and this shot from the gated gardens. It was taken on a photowalk with Murphyz and you can see...
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Protesters By St Paul’s Cathedral

October 19, 2011 - A multiple photo post today as I went to St Pauls Cathedral to take photos of the recent protesters there. I went there...
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over the Thames

October 18, 2011 - This photo was taken a for steps from yesterdays photo. It shows a view of St Paul’s Cathedral in the distance, all the...
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Up at the Oxo

October 17, 2011 - I have taken many shots while looking up at this famous London Landmark but I have never found any worthy of showing you...
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Under the Bridge

October 16, 2011 - The name of this photo lends itself to the wonderful Red Hot Chili Peppers. An interesting fact for you, well perhaps no...
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Pants , pants and more pants

October 14, 2011 - This shot is taken from on top of the Hayward gallery from the other side from this location. It looks over a current ar...
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Reflection By St Pauls

October 13, 2011 - Sorry for the late photo post today but my computer suddenly decided that it was related to a Blackberry and didn’t like...
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Come On Up

October 12, 2011 - Carrying on from yesterdays post, this is the place that we were walking too. We walked up the external staircase of the...
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The just discovered glass sculpture.

October 11, 2011 - While walking along the Thames, we took a slight detour around the back of the Royal Festival Hall near the Haywood Gall...
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St Paul’s and ME!

October 09, 2011 - St Paul’s and ME! I went on a photowalk last week with a fellow photographer Murphyz and one of his photographer work ma...
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Leading to the Mayor

October 08, 2011 - I took many photos on this purple night but I felt weird trying to take this photo with a couple getting cosy on the ste...
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The National Theatre from Waterloo Bridge

October 05, 2011 - This bridge has one of the best views in London. Waterloo Bridge is situated right next to the London Eye and the Nation...
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Close Up of the London Eye

October 04, 2011 - I still haven’t given up on my HDR timelapse of london. I have collected so many clips now that all I need is to put the...
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Trails Around the Imax

October 02, 2011 - I have only been to the Imax cinema near Waterloo once to see a film. I thought that The Dark Knight deserved a viewing...
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The Empty Church in Cadiz

September 28, 2011 - http://wp.me/p1OBFO-8tU9nc I spent very little time in Cadiz but it gave me a lasting impression. It is a gorgeous plac...
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Up to the cable car

September 27, 2011 - When we were on the Transatlantic cruise, one of the places we stopped in was Funchal, Maderia. We spent ages walking ar...
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The Night Palace

September 26, 2011 - Another from the same night as yesterdays image. Green Park is part of the old garden of Buckingham Palace. I guess some...
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Buckingham Palace Over the Water

September 22, 2011 - This is a shot I have taken before but during the day. I went there expecting to take a few great shots but as I was wal...
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X Marks the Sky

September 18, 2011 - I have to admit, I have been a bit lazy at the moment but I prefer to say that I have been busy. Truth be told its a bit...
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The Mean Streets of Rome

September 13, 2011 - The streets of Rome are never “mean”. I loved Rome and I was lucky enough to spend alot of time there. The people are gr...
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The Lifts (sorry elevators) of the Disney Magic

September 12, 2011 - One thing that I couldn’t get used to was all the Americanisms. Time after time many Americans stared blankly at me when...
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Glow from behind the Glass

September 11, 2011 - The Mayors office on London’s southbank stands out like a sore thumb. A very fetching sore thumb nonetheless. The sky wa...
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See to the Shard

September 09, 2011 - I love walking around London at night. I new about this little pathway as have been there before nut never realised that...
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Purple Haze

September 04, 2011 - I went out in London to take photos at night but was worried that the sunset wouldn’t be good enough for some good photo...
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Ice cold Thames

September 01, 2011 - An August night shouldn’t be this cold! No the Thames is not made from ice here, its just that the long exposure and ice...
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Flare in the eye

August 22, 2011 - Flare in the eye. People ask me how long it takes me to process a HDR photo. The typical photo takes around 15-20 mins...
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Parc Guell, My favorite Place

August 15, 2011 - Parc Guell is my favorite place to visit in Barcelona, perhaps in the world. I love architecture and the park is designe...
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The Red Room

August 11, 2011 - The Red Room I was luckily enough to take photos while on a tour around the Maltese capital, Valetta. We walked all ar...
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New Shadow of the eye

August 09, 2011 - I have recently been going over some old photos from when I first started HDR photography. I have realised that I have l...
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The improved power station

August 08, 2011 - The improved power station. The Tate Modern art gallery is a refurbished power station on London’s Southbank. I have be...
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The Charing Cross Bridge

August 06, 2011 - The Charing Cross Bridge Also known as the Hungerford Bridge, it links Charing Cross to Waterloo station across the Tha...
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The corner of the National Theatre

August 04, 2011 - The corner of the National Theatre. The national theatre is one of my favorite buildings in London and I must have take...
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Double Trouble

July 31, 2011 - Double Trouble. I could get lost in the streets of Villefranche for hours and it would be the best time of my life. All...
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Tower Bridge HDR Panorama

July 26, 2011 - Tower Bridge HDR Panorama. I have missed posting some london pictures so just for today I am going to post something th...
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The Colourful Alley

July 24, 2011 - The Colourful Alley All of the buildings in Rome look like this. Streets are lined with the typical European style that...
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St Paul’s in Malta

July 22, 2011 - St Paul’s Cathedral. No not the one in London, the one in Malta. Tagged: architecture, cathedral, church, gold, hdr,...
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Back Home in Europe

July 20, 2011 - We finally reached our home port for Europe, Barcelona. After a very long transatlantic we reached my favorite city. I...
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The Crypt of Cadiz

July 18, 2011 - We went down into the crypt of the same cathedral in Cadiz. It was full of echos as it was designed that if you stand in...
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Still on the Transatlantic crossing

July 17, 2011 - Still on the Transatlantic crossing, on final stop before we hit barcelona. We were at Cadiz, Spain but didnt have long...
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Milestone

January 23, 2011 - I have just realised that I have reached over 400 followers on here and welcome to you all. Thanks to every single one o...
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Columns inside the Museum

January 23, 2011 - More from the British Museum now and the restored ionic columns that face out on to the reading room. Tagged: archite...
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My favorite shot of the museum

January 19, 2011 - My favorite shot of the museum. I was standing at the top of the reading room stairs and had to wait around 10 minutes t...
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Looking up to the roof of the British Museum

January 19, 2011 - Looking up to the roof of the British Museum. The stairs lead all the way around the reading room. Tagged: architectu...
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I love the British Museum

January 18, 2011 - I love the British Museum. Its full of wonders but being an architecture graduate my favorite thing in the place is the...
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Down onto London

November 25, 2010 - Tagged: architecture, buildings, cathedral, church, down, hdr, high, high dynamic range, lights, london, night, photogra...
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One New Change

November 21, 2010 - I went up the new shopping centre by St Pauls cathedral called One New Change. It has a roof terrace on the 6th floor. T...
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The National Theatre

September 05, 2010 - The National Theatre is such a great building Tagged: architecture, hdr, lights, london, night, photography, street
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