Taken overlooking Waverly Station. The spikey bit on the right of the shot is a silhouette of the Scott Monument.
I woke up one morning to this amazing sky – a minute later the orange had gone from the sky. I don’t know why my sunrise/set shots always seem to have a tree between the lens and the sun – it just happens. While I’d played about with the Edinburgh shot above to darken the foreground, this shot is straight from camera (apart from cropping).
Paris, circa 2010
Settings: Dejection from not seeing a good shot all day, and from really crap drizzly misty weather, then tweak with delight at coming around a corner on the roof of Basilque du Sacré-Coeur to this shot pretty much all lined up for me. I gave it a antique look to hide the fact that pretty much the entire image was a dreary grey.
If I’d been 30 seconds quicker the plane which had ploughed the cloud would have been in shot too ….
Something completely different – candles
My first attempt at indoor studioesque photography.