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London from above
I visited City Hall in July, home of Boris Johnson, a big map of London on the ground floor and a few other things, including ‘London’s Living Room’ at the top of the building which provides stunning views across the city. I was visiting for Mayor’s Question Time and therefore couldn’t take my DSLR in with me, but I managed to get this panorama on my iPhone.
This is from June 2012, my school prom to be precise. We have our prom on a boat along the River Thames and luckily had the perfect weather for it, which was great. I was having a look back through photographs from it and found this one, which I rather liked, so enjoy.
Last summer, I believe. I spotted this shop whilst eating lunch in Pret so got a cheeky shot of it afterwards. Taken whilst I was renting the 24-70mm f/2.8, tempted to hire it again this summer for a few days.
I captured this whilst doing some light painting with Coca-Cola bottles. The light shines through them beautifully, creating a reddish fiery look. The electric feel of this made it one of my favourites. The ‘voltage’ through the bottle is SOOC, only editing was a little bit of playing around with exposure and removing reflections from the glass in Lightroom.
It was my younger cousin Isobel’s 5th birthday, so the family came up to London for the day for fun on the London Eye and in the London Aquarium. She loved watching the little people when we were getting towards the top of the wheel, and the penguins in the aquarium were pretty cool too. I captured this on our way up, and edited on the move using Aviary for iPad, which is a pretty decent photo-editing tool for a quick touch up.
One from my visit to the London Eye for my younger cousin’s 5th birthday. The sunlight broke through the gaps in the clouds beautifully, one of my favourite photographs from our outing.
Kensal Green Cemetery on Flickr.
Spier Wine Estate, Western Cape
I miss this. A lot. Roll on July 2014!