I love this image. There’s too much going on in the background and around the potter, but you can sense his focus and concentration. Your eyes get immediately drawn into the centre of the picture and you’re painting the bowl … Continue reading
Well, having had a very busy weekend where the camera didn’t feature at all I’m left with scouring the archives. So here’s another shot from the windows at Seldridges which didn’t make it into the last set of posts. Everything … Continue reading
I’m not feeling that lucky at the moment. Although I had a lovely weekend, the camera featured very little. Even when it did make it’s way out of the bag I forgot to check the ISO (Again!) and I’ve found … Continue reading
The final shot I’m going to post from the Selfridges shop windows. I think I may have over saturated this image, it looks *very* red on my screen. Let me know what you think.
Another shot from the Vivienne Westwood windows at Selfridges on Oxford Street.
I know this is just a picture of a shop window, but I couldn’t resist. This is one of the windows at Selfridges on Oxford Street and they are all fantastic. Designed by Vivienne Westwood for their Wrapped Christmas theme. … Continue reading
Did I scare you? Happy Halloween.
Continuing with the “Keep It Simple” rule of photography, I came across this stunning chandelier yesterday. I just thought it was beautiful.
We have an artist painting some pieces on the walls where I work. He has a corner of the office littered with brushes and paints and they looked so good so I couldn’t resist taking a shot. I may post … Continue reading
I know you’ve probably seen hundreds of images of rubber ducks, I know I have, and most of them were far better than this. But recently I’ve not captured much that I’m happy with. So at the weekend when I … Continue reading
I had a pretty barren day yesterday with regards to photography. But having just dragged my pictures off the camera I was immediately drawn to this and realised I’d completely forgotten I’d taken it. I’m sure Tiffany & Co aren’t … Continue reading
Tracey Neuls has recently opened a lovely little shoe shop TN_29 in Marylebone Lane, London. Each individually designed shoe hangs from the ceiling by a ribbon. A quirky and novel way to display footwear that caught my eye as I … Continue reading