Winter in London. Cold, wet and windy. We wake up in darkness and return from work in darkness. The daily newspapers bombard us with never ending accounts of political turmoil. Yet we Londoners navigate this pique with a certain resilience…. Keep calm and carry on.
A couple of older shots from as far back as 2 years on a roll that was left in the fridge for too long and some newer digital shots. Hope you enjoy!
Hipster bar or pub? There is a small clue.
Big deal going down here.
Some of today’s media is as good as garbage.
Cricket at Lord’s – makes me miss the summer.
Strange scene. Im was not sure if they were dancing or doing something more artistic and deep.
A pint at lunch. The man deserves it.
Its not raining, so lets celebrate with a pint.
Although its not an aesthetically pleasing shot, it is exactly why I love street photography.Being able to instinctively capture a moment
No umbrella in London. Schoolgirl error.
Girls’ night out.
The light here at around 10am is amazing. The light reflects off the glass of the Heron Tower creating beautiful back lighting. I spent everyday for a week waiting for something interesting to happen here and nothing did so I gave up.
Holborn Station. I would hate to work around this area. Imagine the daily commute home?
Big Brother is watching.
As I’ve been shooting quite a bit lately, I find it hard to select a single shot to post for the day, so I’ve decided to post a stream of photos. This post is from the last couple of days. Although the quality control is probably less intense this way, I hope it gives a better feel for what I find interesting and what instinctively makes me push the shutter. I have tried to comment on a couple of the shots to give some background.
The best part about winter is the light.
The issue with shooting on aperture priority. I still kinda like it
Ive always wanted to take a photo like this, problem is that it never comes out as well as I visualise it to be.
Never surprised with anything in London. Music Video, I’m guessing
Adam Ben Ezra – Genius. Check him out
This small old Irish lady walked past me and asked me to pray for her to win the lottery.
Passionate about the newsLook outside!
Barbican Brutalist architechture.Not sure what this guy was doing
Not very clever being on your phone on your bike
Our society in a box. Consumer on the phone
Selfie Nation #2
Soho – Marvellous!Warning – Political statement to follow. Its going to be very interesting after Brexit to see who will work in the services industry. According to my (not very accurate) assumption, more than 80% of people who work as waiters, barmen, etc are not English. Good luck filling those positions.
Bakerloo Line, London
Bakerloo Line, London