Standing in the middle of road while buses whizzed past and trying to take a long exposure is an interesting experience!
This was taken last week – I left home at about 5:30 am! It was freezing but thankfully no clouds and was treated to a beautiful sunrise. The tall building on the right is The Shard and the little box on left is the “Walkie Talkie” (yes that’s its nickname). This was taken from the …
At the time of taking the picture, I didn’t think that was a good image. I didn’t like the angle and the bright lights. But after looking at it on the computer screen, I liked how the light trails show the Union Jack colours.
Went out at early in the morning, in the freezing cold, to get this shot – an image that I had always wanted to get. Well worth the pain of frozen fingers and toes!
Another fantastic installation from the Lumiere London festival. This one is the Great North Door at Westminster Abbey lit up by Artist Patrice Warrener. The intricate details of the lighting was both amazing and beautiful.
I loved this statement at the West End Theater Trafalgar Studios. For some reason, this image resonates with me and I like a lot of things about it. In addition to the statement, I love the reflection of the bright lights on the wet road, the gap between the vehicles showing the full theater entrance, …
This was the highlight of the London Lumiere festival for me. The bright, changing colours on the facade made the sculptures and intricate design feel almost “alive”. After trying to get a picture with the crowds at the entrance, I crossed the road, stuck the camera in between steel rods of a road sign and …
Shot on a hiking trip in summer in Castlerigg, Keswick. Not great weather but a brisk walk made it interesting
Taken during a recent trip to Disneyland Paris. The red & yellow hot air balloon waits for passengers against a backdrop of the Newport Bay Club Disney resort and brilliant bright blue sky
Another angle and version taken from the observation deck of the tallest artificial structure in the world, the Burj Khalifa. Though it might not look it, this is the view from 452m above ground level. The pointed building on the left, the Al Hekma Tower, is actually 64 storeys high.