The famous 22 story building, resembling a clothes iron, on 5th Avenue, New York, is an impressive structure. The clock is a 19 foot cast iron clock from 1909. Right opposite the building, across 5th Avenue, was the famous sandwich place called Eisenberg’s. I had their fantastic Reuben, which was out of this world!
A very common scene of yellow cabs in New York, whizzing past the tall skyscrapers. However, these ones look a bit more modern than the ones shown in the movies!
After a long day’s walking around New York, we stopped over this cool restaurant / bar for some refreshments. This apple cider was delicious and being hot was perfect for the cold day!
It was a beautiful sunshiny day on the last day of my trip to Innsbruck, Austria. We went up Nordkette mountain, which has been referred to the Jewel of the Alps. The journey itself, on a cable car through beautifully designed stations was an experience in itself, but the view from the top was just …
This was shot 1,965m above sea level from the top of Patscherkofel Mountain in Austria, looking across at the Nordkette mountain range on the other side of Innsbruck. Right after taking this picture, I got a call to say that the lift cars had been closed down due to high winds and I had no …
Another one from the Lumiere London Light Festival. The cinema kept changing into different colours and it was a nice backdrop against the busses whizzing past.
Another black & white – this time of the famous Eiffel Tower taken during a trip last year. It would have been amazing to have photographed this icon during the recent snow storm in Paris!
Decided to go back and reprocesses the St Paul’s image as a black and white and without the human element! Not sure which one is better?
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 …