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The National Gallery, London.

Photo of the National Gallery taken from Trafalgar Square.

I wish you all a very Happy New Year!

Also, the last Kodachrome was processed today – well technically yesterday – 30th December 2010. No more film roll developing hereafter, digital photos are here to rule. Read more here.



  1. great blog! the night shots look awesome! thanks for reading, and i’ll definitely be stopping back here!

    • Thanks Batteredleather Journal! Good to see you here.

  2. Lovely! 😀 I know I suck for saying this, but I won’t miss film that much. Not having to worry about how many exposures you’ve got left is just… brilliant! 😀

    Happy New Year! 😀

    • Cheers mate, wish you a great new year too!

  3. Hi Aufidius

    Happy New Year!

    Looking for someone to guest blog for Visit London (the official website for London) about Sri Lankan experiences in London and wondered if you’d be interested? Could be a photo blog. More info here

    Please get in touch if you might be interested or have questions.



    • Hi Jenny,

      Thank you for the invite to contribute. I would love to! I will get in touch with you soon!

      Can I please have your email ?

      Happy new year!


  4. Lovely night images; love those silhouettes in front of the National Gallery

    • Thanks Kayode! Feels great to be complimented by a photographer such as yourself!

  5. Photos are amazing Auf! 🙂

    • Thanks Scrumps! Nice to see you hear again!

        • aufidius
        • Posted January 17, 2011 at 6:56 pm
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        Of course you know I meant ‘here’.

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