The BFI IMAX in London shot earlier this year
Grand Central Terminal is a hub of activity with people either walking very fast or running. You can quite quickly say the who the tourists are because they are the ones who stand still for more than a minute while they gawk in awe.
I was hoping to get a beautiful sunset from this bridge but it was so cloudy that the sun was hidden and the colours muted. So settled for the blue hour and some light trails. Needless to say, it was freezing cold and wind on the bridge was not helping one bit. It was also …
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.
Standing in the middle of road while buses whizzed past and trying to take a long exposure is an interesting experience!
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.
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 …