I’m still not sure about this one. Walking home this evening I passed the Nike Town store in Oxford Circus and these bright yellow windows and black figures looked so good with people walking past them. However there was so … Continue reading
I’m going out on a bit of a limb with this one. I suppose you could call it an abstract, but what I was aiming for was a heat haze look on a desert although it maybe a little overdone. … Continue reading
I suspect for most people this is going to fall squarely into either the “Love It!” or “Hate It!” category. It was taken at the Kew Gardens. Chihuly Exhibition. I was hoping to stay a little later when these glass … Continue reading
Whatever you do this time of year, enjoy it. I’m looking forward to 2006, I hope you are too. (Posts might be a bit sporadic next week. Obviously.)
This was taken in the turbine hall at the Tate Modern. It’s an installation called EMBANKMENT commissioned by Unilever and undertaken by Racheal Whiteread. This only a very small part of it, as you’ll see by tomorrow’s post.
This is the second image from the Frost Fair on Sunday. Again, it’s a shot of another inflatable archway. I used the auto white balance setting in post-processing and the sky turned this odd colour, but I kind of liked … Continue reading
This was taken at the Frost Fair on Bankside yesterday afternoon. I think there were a few London Photobloggers meeting up, but I went along with the J and the little boy. It was too cold for hanging about taking … Continue reading
9. He can be whoever you want him to be. 10. He is a black man. Make up your own 9 and 10. 9. He uses a PC but wants to switch to a Mac 10. But wonders how Aperture … Continue reading
I was a little stuck for an image today, so just started playing around with shots of magazine cover. I was trying to make it look as if it was jumping of the screen at you. Oh, and it is … Continue reading
Niqab. Update: Looks like I’m still in the running for The Urbs 2005 : World’s Best Urban Photoblog albeit second from last. You also have to scroll right down the page, which obviously doesn’t help.
I visited Colchester Zoo with some friends at the weekend and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. I’m a little unsure of my feelings about zoos, but it was clean, well kept and all the animals looked very healthy … Continue reading
I’m going to see what the reaction to this shot is before I describe anything about it. Update: Owen was right, this was produced using a torch, with a cardboard tube taped over it to focus the light a little … Continue reading