Sometimes a shot gets nailed first time, others take ages. This shot was an amazing bit of fortune, as I walked up to London Bridge, as Tower Bridge was opening – that’s the good part. Post-processing was a nightmare though. This is the third iteration of the image, hope you like the effect – there were two failed attempts to …
Two London Fire Brigade Firefighters survey the damage of Reeves’ following the Croydon Riot.
This bus was left after the 8th August 2011 Croydon Riots, it was still smoking the following day, and left a 15 foot radius of tar and ash (which I leant on)
Another photograph of the destroyed Reeve’s corner building which was torched in the Croydon Riots.
I thought there was something ironic about the “Cleaner & Greener” sign in the bottom left of the photograph of Croydon’s riots.
A trip into Croydon (initially to get my car fixed and still waiting) and seems Argos had been the victim of looting. Not quite sure how someone has left the scene of the crime with one of their Nikes missing…
There can’t be many places in the world that are as versatile to photograph as London. Despite my love for the Cyberpunk genre and moody photographs, I’ve spent woefully little time in Canary Wharf. Here is a shot of Canada Square; I hope William Gibson would be proud!
Palmerston Fort in Tenby, this fort is on an island at high tide, but accessible on foot all other times.
An evening listening to grime, dubstep and urban noise has lead today’s post to be a little… well… dark! Needless to say this photograph won’t make it to the album in this state, but enjoy!