Tube entrance

So, this photo is a direct continuation from yesterday’s. The man in this image can also be seen in the earlier shot, which had been taken just moments earlier.

FILM - The entrance to the network

Canon Sure Shot Telemax & Ilford XP2.

Taken on 17 April 2019

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Travellers

Silhouetted figures sit inside St. Pancras railway station in London.

It was the guy on the end of the bench that caught mye eye for this shot. I liked the position he was sat in and the way I could just make out the frame of his spectacles.

FILM - Travellers

Canon Sure Shot Telemax & Ilford XP2.

Taken on 17 April 2019

St. Paul’s traffic

It’s tempting to avoid venturing out for photography on rainy days, but it’s often very worthwhile. The reflections and sheen of the surface water can add whole new dimensions to a scene.

I’m not sure that the water adds that much to this shot beyond a bit of haze, some puddles and a vague reflection of the two cars. but I think it still does its bit.

FILM - St. Paul's Traffic

Canon Sure Shot Telemax & Ilford XP2.

Taken on 17 October 2018

Mega-pickle

The Gherkin (or 30 St Mary Axe as it’s otherwise known), one of the more distinctive building on London’s ever-changing skyline.

FILM - Gherkin

Nikon F70, Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 D & Kodak Tmax P3200.

Taken on 18 December 2018

St. Paul’s looms in the background

This small pedestrian street in London has an amazing composition of St. Paul’s cathedral, with the dome and columns perfectly framed between the buildings. The Tmax P3200 allowed me to get this shot handheld.

FILM - It looms

Nikon F70, Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 D & Kodak Tmax P3200.

Taken on 18 December 2018

Skyline abstract

From a walk around the City of London before a Christmas get-together with colleagues. Although dusk was settling (it was a gloomy, rainy day) when I took this, the P3200 has rendered everything nice and bright.

FILM - Skyline abstract

Nikon F70, Nikkor 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 D & Kodak Tmax P3200.

Taken on 18 December 2018