First of all, apologies for being so reticent in this blog. Have been held up with a lot of things. Now that summer is approaching and due to the super weather we have been having in otherwise wet England, I did manage to go out a bit and take some photographs.
My regular followers may have seen my other photos of the London Underground. Here are two of my favourite photographs.
Taken at Shepherd’s Bush station, London.
A woman watches as the train leaves the platform.
A train departs as the other stays on the platform.
Shepherd’s bush Station
In other news, I am now on Tumblr. Follow me here.
Taken on a warm spring day in London.
No, not our other drummer RD, although he does frequent this area and god knows if he stops to do the same when not very busy. Taken on the bridge that leads to the Royal Festival Hall, for some reason I can’t remember its name!
Have a great weekend!
The London Eye at night.
Oh, I finally started a facebook page for my photography. It is under my real name, toying with the idea of linking it in this blog – but still undecided. Those who know me are most welcome to look it up!
Enjoy the rest of the week!
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.
Royal Albert Hall
For those of you who don’t know, “The Royal Albert Hall is an arts venue situated in the Knightsbridge area of the City of Westminster, London, England, best known for holding the annual summer Proms concerts since 1941.”
Photos taken on a leisurely night stroll in Kensington and Chelsea. Both images were taken from Kensington Gardens looking out.
Going down the escalator at the Liverpool Street tube station. London
This is an average day to day gate that you would see. I pass this gate everyday on my way to work, being the main entrance to the studio of some Rock Band (I think), they do have some very interesting themes going on.
At the moment they have an innocent rabbit when seen from about 45 degrees from one side of the gate, and if you were to look at it from about 45 degrees from the other side of the gate, you would see an evil red nerved rabbit.
This image has been capture right in front of the gate, i.e standing parrallel to it, thus capturing the dual sides of the Rabbit.
Also in the background is the moving image of a pedestrian.
The theme of the gate changes periodically, and I hope to keep adding more images of this gate as they change.
Taken on a cold night, during a cruise in the Thames.
Spider photographed from below to be taken against the backdrop of the sky. Taken in my Garden, London.