Just a few photos of architecture during my day out in Cambridge.
Following on from the end of 2021’s Barbican visit, I was recommended to visit another example of Brutalist architecture in London, the Southbank Centre.
On a cold Tuesday morning, I decided to have a short photography trip focussed specifically around the Barbican Estate. The Estate itself provided some great opportunities thanks to the harsh concrete aesthetic and strong geometric structure…
Another weekend, another trip to London. This time from Liverpool Street station, across Tower Bridge and through Bermondsey. After a late lunch in The Gregorian pub, I then walked to Hayes Gallery before heading across London Bridge and back to Liverpool Street station.
Following on from my last excursion into London, I spent some time this Saturday at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Hackney Wick to see if any urban photography opportunities would present themselves.
It has been a few years since I went on a serious, dedicated photography trip. This Sunday, I decided I would make a day of it in London.
Some photos I took in May of a nesting pair of woodpeckers. I cropped in on the last photo quite heavily to show the baby in the hole.
Photos from a recent trip to Thames Chase Community Forest.
This weekend I stayed in London and actually visited a place I have been before. I wanted to try and experiment with the compositional photographs some more, although only got two that I considered worth sharing and even one of those – the first one – I wasn’t sure about. Below is the Battersea Park…
Continuing on from the experimentation last week, I traveled to London, specifically Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs. The idea was to make a full day of it but, naturally, I forgot to charge my batteries so was disappointed when, after 2.5 hours, all three of them were dead. I wanted to experiment with…