It seems painting is more dangerous then you would expect – this person is covered in paint in places that seem unrelated to a seemingly peaceful occupation.
These two are either deep in discussion or enjoying an awkward silence, as they head into the mist.
Everything is nicely coated, just like a cornflake.
I like the muted colours on a sunny winter’s morning.
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.
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.
Running underneath Euston Road is this secret tunnel that joins one private part of Regent’s Park to another. Apparently it was used by the folk who lived in the nearby fancy houses, and who wanted their children to play in the park, but didn’t want them … Continue reading Nursemaids’ Tunnel
The fancy looking house and grounds just seen in Hazy Lake is owned by an Saudi Arabian prince and is called The Holme (incidentally not far from 221b Baker Street, home of Sherlock Holmes, but probably unrelated). From what I’ve read on the internet (the one true source … Continue reading Holme’s Lily