On my way back and forth to the post office near where I work I had noticed some great (free) performances by european musicians in Broadgate circle this week. I skulked past with my E-M5 today to take some photos of Sardana Dance, a Catalonian cobla (wind ensemble) formed by eleven instruments.
Monthly Archives: June 2012
This chap was playing at a piano on the street near where I work. I assumed he was part of the festival which is on in the City at the minute, but to my amazement after playing he stood up and wandered back into the nearby bank building… Taken with my X100
Anyone for Tennis?
Some photos from my trip to Wimbledon yesterday. You may recognise some of the players. A great day out with only a little rain… Taken with my E-M5, 7-14mm and 75-300mm
Whitewebbs Museum of Transport
Some pictures from a visit to Whitewebbs Museum of Transport. These are largely taken with my M9
A very quick visit to the Spitalfields area at lunchtime led me to take a few snaps of the public art and an old Routemaster being used to advertise a restaurant. Thanks for looking…
A quick look at the top of some of the city’s tallest buildings (and surrounds) with the E-M5 and the Oly 12mm F2
St Paul’s in the Summer Sun
Today I visited the area around St Paul’s Cathedral, the Millennium (wobbly) bridge and Tate Modern. It’s an amazing area, particularly in the sun! The only negative from all of this is that I was slightly disappointed with the output from my E-M5. I suspect I might try out something other than my Oly 12mm …
Hatfield House Sculptures
Some sculptures by Xavier Veilhan in situ at Hatfield House gardens in Hertfordshire. A small art critic seems to have found himself in one of them (this is my son, Daniel).
An introduction: After the occupation
Hello all. This is my first blog post, the aim being to find an outlet other than Facebook and other websites for my photos! These are some photos of Finsbury square in London, immediately following the removal of the Occupy London protest that had been there for many months. I was pleased to see the …