At least once a year my dad and myself have been hopping on the train and heading down to London since I was 14. It quickly became our little tradition and I love every moment of it.
Although I come from the Manchester area, one of Britain's biggest cities, there's no comparison to London at all. There's nowhere else in the UK quite like it and because of this, I don't think I will ever tire of this city.
In true British fashion, most times we have been the weather has let us down, however this year it held out, so I took advantage of the opportunity and went on a little photography mission to not just take pictures of your bog-standard touristy London stuff, but to be more artistic and creative.
So here are some of my favourite shots I took and I hope you enjoy them.
|On the steps of the National Portrait Gallery|
|The Cafe In The Crypt- Trafalgar Square|
|Shiro Studio for Armani Exchange- RIBA* Regent Street Windows|
Coppin Dockray Architects for L’Occitane en Provence- RIBA Regent Street Windows
Mise-en-abyme Installation For London Design Festival- Victoria & Albert Museum
|Curiosity Cloud Installation For London Design Festival- Victoria & Albert Museum|
|Southampton Street, Covent Garden|
|Balloon Art Installation, Covent Garden|
|The Serpentine Pavilion 2015, Hyde Park|
*RIBA- Royal Institute Of British Architects
Camera used: Canon 650D
Lenses used: Standard Canon 18-55mm & Tamron 28-300mm with a Jessops Skylight 1A Filter
Edited with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12
There are also some more pictures over on my Instagram.
TTFN! :) x
TTFN! :) x