Here’s a shot of The Gherkin in London, taken from the south bank of the Thames, pretty much outside of Tate Modern. It’s a fairly cluttered view unfortunately, but I loved the sight of the square buildings rising up to The Gherkin which is a completely different shape. There’s a processional feel about them –
A view across the landscape taken from the Wrynose Pass in the Lake District. This is a windy, hilly, narrow road stretching from Windermere over to Wast Water, and leading onto the Hardknott Pass. Great for “leap of faith” driving! Anyone who has been along there will tell you that the views are incredible.
This was taken from the harbour wall at Aberaeron (? I think, I can’t be too sure now…) towards the end of the afternoon. It was a really flat day and out in the sea was this small fishing boat apparently waiting for a tow. The image is pretty much as you see it colour
This bird was perching on the post by a river, regularly taking off and flying around for a bit before landing again. Perhaps it was in circuit training, who knows…Anyway, capturing it at the right moment took some patience – not sure I fully cracked it, but capturing the wings in motion just as it
In the centre of Bordeaux, on the boulevard that runs along the river there is (was!) a fountain built into the ground. Every minute or so, it throws up a fine mist of water that hangs in the air and attracts people to walk through and play around. The kids were loving it – so
Fisherman on the harbour wall in Crail, Scotland, mid-winter. It was very, very cold, so these are dedicated people. As you can see, it was getting dark so the silhouette was strong, especially converted to black and white.