Well, given the traffic on this site every picture has been seen internationally, but this was the first print I sent overseas after a customer spotted it in the 2012 A Day in the World book. Feel free to order yours today!
Liverpool St at Rush Hour
Given that I’ve spent a few years working in London, this is not the only time I’ve photographed in Liverpool St Station – here’s a few very different pictures.
Familiar Stomping Ground
Liverpool Street Station
(The inventively titled original post is here)
And finally, another submission to the aday.org project – this hangs in my hallway at home.
Hurry Up and Wait
This post is a continuation of a retrospective series I started a few weeks ago, and continued with two-headed deer and otters.
Continuing the retrospective ‘Firsts’ from last week and the week before.
This was so long ago, even my watermark was different! Our friend pictured was a wild otter making a living robbing blackback gull nests on Sanday, Orkney. This was not the only otter I’ve had the joy to photograph – the others were at the London Wetland Centre during a friend’s wedding - sample below:
(Still not sure why she’s miffed…)
Continuing the retrospective from last week:
Week 2: Two Headed Deer
OK, so it’s just an illusion spotted when I was in Richmond Park a while ago. As it happens, it’s not the only illusion I’ve spotted over the years – here’s one in Paris:
In Front or Behind?
I’ve been in a bit of a retrospective mood lately, so the next few weeks will be a recap of some of my photographic firsts. There’s no particular order, and no particular theme – other than they stand out for me.
Week 1: Lewes Castle
This originally featured in a post last December.