Originally this started as a collection of photos I wanted to post. I was a novice photographer when I started this blog. Now I have learnt some of the tricks of the trade and can call myself an amateur. I will use this blog to highlight some of my works and also some tricks/tips which I think may be useful to others.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

London in winter

I had been to London for three weeks between March and April. I was all alone, and with my camera. Being shy, I could not start firing my camera at people, but here are some of the snaps which I really like.

This is my most favorite shot from the trip, where I have captured a tube station on a Sunday.


Lone traveller on a deserted london tube

This is another favorite photo, where it shows a cathedral, which was very near my second hotel, in Paddington.

Saint James Church, London

The following picure is not a great, by any means,but I like the way the "Fish & Chips" sign highlight the spirit of London.

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This is the night view of London, taken outside my first hotel, with my new fast 50 mm, 1.8 lens, which I bought in London.

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The following is a typical London scene, showing a London double decker bus, at Oxford Street.

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Another very common scene, London from the Watarloo.

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The London eye - biggest cartwheel in the world.

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Artists displaying their work at Hide Park, near Queensway.

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And, finally, a rainy day at hide park. I had an umbrella, but my camera and I were completely drenched, by the time I ran to the hotel.

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I am not sure whether I selected the best of the lot from the 300 odd I clicked in London. I do believe though that this represents some of the my memories, which I witnessed in London.

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