Tag Archives: South Bank

Two of the Same

Whatever we photograph, whether it be a Landscape, a Building or something else, you can almost guarantee it won’t look the same when you re-visit. Two years have elapsed since my first view of this building – pictured above – … Continue reading

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Viewing St Paul’s – edited

Ten days ago I posted a version of this image (exactly as shot) in which there were two heads visible between the ankles of the giant of a man who stands tall close to the left edge of the image. … Continue reading

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A Leica, an Exhibition, and a Walk

Last week I attended a workshop at the Leica Akademie in London and not only held a Leica M but also spent an hour walking around Mayfair using it. That is likely to be an unrepeatable experience. And it was … Continue reading

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The Visual Backdrop

For 40 years, the Undercroft on Southbank in London has been home to Skateboarders. It’s an iconic site where physical skill meets street art. Recently this site has been under significant threat due to a £120 million redevelopment scheme for … Continue reading

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Faces at the Window

Earlier this week I was back in London to see the superb Lichtenstein exhibition at Tate Modern on the Southbank. A huge and impressive show including all his best known work plus some lesser known examples. It closes on 27 … Continue reading

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Scaling the Wall

The Southbank Centre, London is a huge, vibrant Arts centre for music, theatre, the visual arts and more. It has a rather austere exterior appearance. But search, and you will find sculpture, and other neat touches that soften the concrete … Continue reading

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