It all began in Abbey Road. When we visited London for the first time, I just had to check out the zebra crossing in front of that iconic scene on the cover of the Beatles’ last recorded album. So … Continued
It was a cold, blustery January evening when I went trudging around the streets of London Town right after sunset. As I crossed Westminster Bridge, the sky had turned into a deep, bright blue which made a really awesome contrast against … Continued
Save for the bright floodlights that pierce the darkness with almost blinding illumination, the Tower Bridge (usually mistaken for London Bridge) looks unnaturally quiet and deserted when I shot this past midnight on a cold winter. But a few meters … Continued
This circular library in Oxford was built in the English Palladian style in 1748 with three levels on the exterior though it’s only two internally. The term “camera” had nothing to do with a DSLR but comes from the Italian translation … Continued
Buried in an old pit mine site, these domed biomes look quite unearthly – like an alien spaceship that landed from out of nowhere. The two huge structures hold thousands of plant species representing the various regions on earth from temperate to dry to cold ecosystems.
We drove all the way from Heathrow Airport in London to get to this place in Cornwall at the the southwestern end of England.
This huge teddy bear standing by a shopfront window caught my eye because it was so huge. As I lined up the camera for a shot, this pretty young thing suddenly run up to it to have her picture taken by … Continued