Yes, it’s spring! That means photos of flowers in random parks across London. This one is in St. James’s Park.
Time to get used to colour again.
Superb. Saw them a few years back in Kentish Town.
Being an innately cautious person I’ve never been skiing or snowboarding, but it was fun to watch other people do this at Sunshine Village, and to also admire the surroundings. The mountains in Canada are on a scale that you just don’t get here. But then, the same could be said for the whole country.
This is a tiny square from the top of one mountain, taken from the ‘base camp’ at Sunshine Village just outside of Banff. There are people skiing on there.
The last time I did any night photography was with a film camera, far too many years ago.
My first attempts with a digital camera resulted in black photos and numb hands. The second time resulted in exclamations of ‘woah’ as the little camera screen revealed these ethereal photos. What amazes me more is that the first night’s photos match what my eyes actually saw – darkness!
Paris is a great city, there’s no doubt about that. One I’d like to explore further. But it has an almost overwhelming amount of traffic.
I live in London, I’m used to traffic. Unless you live on the Northern Circular, or one of the other main arteries, it always seems distant, like a cat purring by your feet. In Paris it seems everywhere, at all times, scratching at your heels until you move. The Eiffel Tower? Giant roundabout! Arc de Triomphe? Monstrous ten lane roundabout from hell!
Make sure you don’t dawdle when crossing the road.