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Nelson Staircase

I went staircase crazy over the weekend and wandered around a few particular spots in London taking photos of staircases. During this short outing I returned to Somerset House and attempted once more to take a photo of this, the … Continue reading

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Axelborg II

I spent a few days in Copenhagen on the way over to the Faroe islands last month, and so I made a second trip to the Axelborg building. It was a huge contrast to my first visit. During my first … Continue reading

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The Pantheon

I found the Pantheon to be quite unassuming from the outside. Sure, it looked quite nice sitting there by the Piazza della Rotonda, a nice fountain in the front and an annoying piece of scaffold on the left hand side … Continue reading

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Twins

I find the heat debilitating. I would much rather be out and about in a cold environment than a hot one, especially when it comes to photography. Of course there is that perfect heat where you can wander around effortlessly; … Continue reading

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Petronas

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of jaunting around Asia where I travelled from Singapore up to Thailand via Malaysia and Cambodia. A fantastic solo trip, even if it was a whirlwind tour. What trip to Kuala Lumpur would … Continue reading

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Exchange

Most of the time when I’m in this area I take photos which are of this particular building, and indeed the spot where I am standing. This time, however, it was nice to get a shot from the entrance of … Continue reading

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Smothered

Super quick post today as I’m pretty darn busy at work, and such. Wide angle plus being close to some really tall buildings gave me some great distorted lines here and made the Gherkin look like it was being smothered … Continue reading

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