There’s a series of people drawn under one of the concrete bunker-bridges at the South Bank. They go all the way back in size to a dot.
I thought I’d follow up on the Golden Afternoon photo with one from almost the same position, but two months later on a bleak and foggy winter’s day. In contrast to the busy autumn afternoon there was only one other person in this part of … Continue reading Foggy Afternoon
And another year is drawing to a close. It’s currently very gloomy, but only a few days ago it was looking as lovely as this.
I thought I’d start publishing some of the old photos I have lurking as drafts on this blog. I’m not sure why they never got published – maybe at the time I wasn’t quite sure about the photo, or maybe I couldn’t think of anything … Continue reading Giant Raven Guard
I don’t really know what to make about this. I appreciate the effort involved, I really do, and it’s beyond my own artistic abilities. But it’s… odd in so many different ways. Seen along Regent’s Canal, near Camden.
There’s something magical about photographing plants and flowers, especially when you get in close and they start to look like the formation of a galaxy. A variation of this involves a bee. I actually like this one better, although the bee isn’t quite in focus.
More static vegetables than flying fish, Seattle’s market pier has a mighty fine selection of produce.