Changing your viewpoint lets you see things in a different way. Here are a few photographs taken over the last few weeks on strolls around my part of London when I turned the camera skyward to take a different view.
A few photographs taken whilst cycling around London in late March and April as the year turns from Winter to Spring and as the Covid19 lockdown eases in England.
Each year since 2016 I have produced a calendar for sale via this website. It’s a great way to exhibit my work and every year I try to think of a new theme, something a little different to a traditional calendar. You can view examples of photographs from earlier calendars in the galleries linked atContinue reading “Calendar 2022”
This is the first in an occasional series of posts looking at a particular place and events that happened there in the past. When I take a photograph I am always struck by that sense of moment it represents; for a fraction of a second I captured this instant. In that moment I also feelContinue reading “The Great Eastern”
From my collection of photographs I have taken in previous years this one was taken today two years ago in Trafalgar Square. I was struck by the little boy’s red shoes and the approaching pigeons.
On this day in 2019 I went for a walk around Tottenham Cemetary …
Today’s photograph was taken on this day in 2014, somewhere along the River Thames.
Taken on an early spring day in 2015 with strong sunlight cutting through Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, London.
Today’s photograph was taken on the 4th March 2018 on a dull and gloomy day. St Luke’s is a church on Old Street, London, built in the 18th Century. Designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, it includes this striking obelisk for a tower.
Taken on the 1st March 2019, a reflected view of the London Eye caught in a puddle at the Southbank Centre.