Tag Archive: UK

Cathedral lights

Rochester Cathedral, taken in bright sun with a deliberate lens flare, barely edited, just a few filters. Taken on my Canon Powershot. Advertisements

I capture the castle

Taken today whilst relaxing in Rochester Castle grounds. Named for one of my favourite books when I was growing up. The Edit… Saturation levels were upped before using a little HDR on both… Continue reading

Trip the Light

Trip the Light was one of my earliest photo edits, Its the HMS Belfast on one hazy spring morning with tower bridge behind it, The light beam was a miracle to catch let… Continue reading

Statuesque

This is my twitter logo (currently) and its one of those pictures where I really can’t believe I managed to edit it to look so surreal. Its one of my much older shots… Continue reading

Love letters

An older shot taken at London’s Southbank, barely any editing other than a crop and a bit of sharpening, I still wonder what those letters said… Taken on iPhone4.

Monolithic

This photo was taken by¬†http://bpmredux.wordpress.com who very kindly agreed to let me play with the capture and add my twist to it, and then even more wonderfully agreed to let me post it.… Continue reading

Bridge over troubled waters

Tower bridge never fails to impress and I never fail to take a photo of it whenever I’m near it, the clouds on this day were truly astounding and despite being on the… Continue reading

Winter Wonderland

Hyde park at Christmas time is wondrous… if you can ignore the crowds! Still, I couldn’t resist these charming characters. The Edit… I took the original and turned one version of it black… Continue reading

Flagging!

Battling against the wind on Brighton seafront I rather liked the imagery of the flag in the gusts! The sign for The Grand hotel is quaint too! The Edit… Nothing too heavy for… Continue reading

Night lights

Taken this weekend in Brighton, the sun was almost set, the winds were freezing and yet I couldn’t resist this scene! Night lights of the wheel and pier. The Edit… I chose a… Continue reading