I can only imagine how Brick Lane, a popular East London location has changed over the years. Its vibrancy, street art, quirky flair, interesting people and eateries have made it a super place for street photography. I took a trip down there recently to capture one of the coolest places in London.
It was my first time attending this event and thousands of people in central London were a wash with colour. People of all races, sexualities, gender and faith came together to celebrate the Pride in London festival. Keep on reading
All the colour and spectacle of ceremony and military history was well and truly celebrated at the recent Trooping the Colour to recognise the Queen’s official birthday. Keep on reading….
I almost decided not to go ahead with this post for fear of being misinterpreted or having people think that I want to quit so early in my blogging career, but not at all….in fact, I want to share with you some thoughts I’ve been having recently. Keep on reading….
I decided to make use of the gorgeous sunlight today and went for an impromptu photo walk around the very plush looking and inspiringly beautiful neighbourhood of Notting Hill. Thanks to Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts’ 1999 British romantic comedy ‘Notting Hill’, the famous upmarket community really shows you how the other half live. Keep on reading….
I stood tall taking in some of the most stunning views of the city of London and the River Thames. Keep on reading….
How does pillow fighting with complete strangers sound? The act, to relieve stress. Super random right? I chuckled when I first heard about it. The thought of attending (to take pictures of course) subtly started to grow. Keep on reading….