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All Saint’s Church – Margaret Street, London

Yesterday, I made my long planned return trip to the incredible All Saints Church in central London for a photo session with my tripod. I had been there before, but the lighting is so dark that it is not possible

Oct
28
2007

Docklands in the Fog

Woke up this morning to see – well, not a lot frankly as it was very foggy. Couldn’t resist and went out with the camera to take some photos instead of sitting down to do some work. More at my

Oct
11
2007

Anubis on the Thames

You see some odd sights at times going along the River Thames – but seeing Anbuis standing proud as he is taken up to the center of London has to be one of the stranger ones. As an aside, the

Oct
01
2007

Lightning over London

There was a fabulous thunderstorm over London this afternoon, and after seeing the first lightning strike, I decided to stand on the balcony (getting wet) for about 20 minutes with my camera on a tripod taking absolutly loads of photos

Jul
03
2007

London art project

I was wandering around the South Bank yesterday waiting for friends as we had tickets to see a recording of Have I Got News for You – and saw a small plastic bag sellotaped to one of the lamp posts

Jun
01
2007

Tower Bridge “Salutes” Slavery Ship

Today, London’s iconic Tower Bridge “saluted” the arrival of the replica slavery ship, The Zong which passed through for a visit to London for the next ten days. Typically, when a ship passes through Tower Bridge, the roadways are lifted

Mar
29
2007

Bath, Bristol and Concorde

Finally got round to uploading a load of photos from last weekend’s little jaunt down to Bath and Bristol. Clikie on the “photo gallery” link on the sidebar to see them. It was a nice little weekend break, half a

Dec
04
2006

WWII archive photos go online

More than five million aerial photographs of World War II are to be made publicly available on the internet. The pictures will go online on Monday. Taken by the RAF, they were used by Allied commanders to help devise their

Nov
07
2006