This time a few days ago I found myself with a couple of hours to spare before my train home from London. So I grabbed my camera out my bag and headed out to the blustery streets of the capital.
I took loads of photos at this location along Oxford St. waiting for the right person to walk past.. thankfully this women and her stripy top didn’t take too long to arrive
To get these silhouettes I stood in the shade and adjusted the aperture
It’s not always safe to cross the road even when its a green light! These horses had just come from a presentation at Buckingham Palace
Bus stops always provide an opportunity to use the reflection or get up close and personal
Rush hour can be overwhelming if you’re trying to get anywhere in London but provides lots of photography opportunities. I captured these businessmen outside Covent Garden Tube waiting for friends.
The wind did provide some comical moments including this groups’ teachers tripping over
Tired tourists can be spotted everywhere- London is bigger than you think
I sat down for a few minutes to rest my feet at Leicester Square. This father and son were tasked with finding the families next destination.
Theres always time to catch up on the news-even if it is at Piccadilly Circus
When I’m shooting street photography I try to mix up the angles including shooting at shoulder height to get close up portraits
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If you want to check out a brilliant new travel blog, one of my favourite people I met in Bangladesh, Morgan, has just set up a blog detailing all her travels, she has just got back from Cambodia! Morgan is a ball of energy and an annoyingly good dancer when you go out clubbing (makes me look even worse) so go check out and support her blog.. morganvibes.wordpress.com
Morgan (left), Me and Emily