Many months ago I spent an afternoon travelling on the north section of the Piccadilly line, checking out the stations between Cockfosteres and Holloway Road. It was quite a fun thing to do on a miserable day.
I met a fellow photographer at this station, which was also nice.
I was able to take photos in all of them, and it was only when I was at my old stomping ground of Wood Green did someone stop me and state I wasn’t allowed to take photos. Wearing headphones, even though I wasn’t listening to any music, allowed me to ignore him long enough to get the shots I wanted though, and then I politely moved on.
In other news, I have now picked up my Canon from the repair shop and so it’s once again working. I had a sensor clean and a replacement top cover put on as well, so I’ve now said goodbye to the cracked body I had from a previous dropping; it also seems a rear button that would occasionally play up has also been fixed.
If you look at it now it could almost be new.
Well, if you look at it from the right angle that is.
And if you squint a bit.
- Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
- Focal length: 14mm
- ISO: 400
- Shutter speed: 1/30s