All Posts in London

November 26, 2015

London Walks: Paths

When I was in cities some years ago, I focused on the structural aspects only. I might have taken some nice shots of architecture or skylines, but nothing that would tell a story of everyday’s life -until the last year or so, when I started to enjoy capturing the human element in as well. Many streets have great texture, but it is all that random people commuting /exploring /traveling /visiting.. through what create truly appealing environments. London boasts an abundance of these, here are some:  Read more

October 25, 2015

London Walks: Train Stations

New technologies and cheap labor in Asian countries pushed Europe’s heavy industry to the background. As many textile factories, glass works, mills, power plants, and manufactures went out of business, their buildings were either demolished or remodeled as their original purpose was no longer needed. However, one witness of industrial era is still alive: railroad transportation. While locomotives changed, many stations are the same. London offers a lot of examples from all ages. Here’s a quick run around some of them. Read more

October 15, 2015

London Walks: Random

Even when I'm not going to take a proper "photo walk," I like to have a camera on me anyway - just so if some scene grabs my attention, I can capture it. At the end of a day I have a picture or two, but not enough for a separate story. But after a month… here’s a compilation of them. Read more

October 7, 2015

London Walks: The City

In the heart of London are two districts that have status of a city: the City of Westminster and the City of London. The second named covers just a bit over a square mile, but it contains many of London’s highlights so I went to check it out. Read more