King’s Cross Station

When we visit London, we like to stay at The George Hotel in Bloomsbury. To get there we catch the Piccadilly Line from terminal 5 at Heathrow. We will get off either at Russell Square or King’s Cross Station. Russell Square Station is crowded and serviced by slow lifts, whereas King’s Cross, recently refurbished, is spacious and effective. The modern concourse is buzzing with people filling the shops and restaurants. This is a shot of a few of the travellers spending time on the mezzanine floor under the large domed roof.

The Backyard

My expensive photo gear has been collecting dust. My life has been occupied by other things. The other day I did a short walk in Copenhagen. I do like to take pictures of backyards. I call it “empty Street photography” often the artefacts left by people speaks more of people than pictures of them. It gives the imagination free reign.
I know that many will insist that there must be people in street photos. Let them think what they like. Most of the pictures by one of the early street photographers Eugen Aget had no people in them, but speaks volumes.
Camera Fuji X100S

An early start

Yesterday I walked the streets of Copenhagen. In the main shopping/walking street these two youngsters were busking. It was quite clear that the young man needed a bit more practice. Still very enterprising. Camera Fuji X100S
Yesterday I walked the streets of Copenhagen. In the main shopping/walking street these two youngsters were busking. It was quite clear that the young man needed a bit more practice. Still very enterprising.
Camera Fuji X100S