A tree in a field. Taken in a field, somewhere in the Kent countryside.
Houses floating in the darkness. Taken by the sea at Camber Sands in East Sussex.
Bright dots under a rail bridge, near Borough Market.
A brick wall. Sky. Somewhere in the backstreets of London.
Light and dark on a street in London. Taken near the Barbican on a quiet afternoon in August. I find it odd how such a vast and vibrant city can have moments of incredible calm at its heart.
Early morning sun in Southwark, London. The church is actually Southwark Cathedral. This was taken early in the morning on my way to Wimbledon to watch the tennis at the Olympics. Later that day it poured with rain. Oh well, … Continue reading
The Thames during the Olympic Games. A bright, clear morning at the start of the Olympic Games in London, the Olympic rings hanging from Tower Bridge.
A view of the Thames and Shard. Not an especially unique view of the Thames, but somehow I wanted to take this shot to convey the sheer ordinariness – and sheer grandeur – of the Thames on an August day … Continue reading
The criss-crossing lines of buildings at the Barbican Centre, London. I love the sense of different spaces and dimensions at the Barbican Centre. Hopefully this shot captures the sense of the criss-crossing horizontal and vertical spaces, the shadows and openness.
Towers and Crane from the Barbican Centre, London. I’ve given this a softer look, in contrast to the harsh lines of the Brutalist architecture.
One of the towers at the Barbican in London. Although austere, there’s something very pleasing about the sharp, clean, Brutalist architecture at the Barbican. It’s surely one of the few examples of Brutalism actually working.
A bright blustery day on the Penwith Peninsula in Cornwall. It’s not too far from Land’s End, and some of the rocky cliffs there are truly dramatic. Taken on my Canon 5D Mk II and tweaked just a little with … Continue reading