Tag: black and white photography

  • London winter fair (2), or belated new year’s musings…

    London winter fair (2), or belated new year’s musings…

    Here goes a small gallery of pictures I took a bit more than a year ago, in winter wonderland fair, here in London. I’ve been already a few times here, my daughter enjoys it, and we like to do a bit of ice skating. Well, she does it, I just slide carefully on the ice […]

  • Mobile pictures (4)

    Mobile pictures (4)

    Another small gallery of pictures I’ve taken in the last year. Basically, places with trees. I am always attracted to trees, I don’t know why, I like to take pictures of them. What I’ve noticed too selecting this pictures is that they are very dark. I guess it comes with the mood of this last year.…

  • Brompton Cemetery

    Brompton Cemetery

    A gallery of pictures taken at Brompton cemetery, in London. I visited this Victorian cemetery a few weeks ago. A cold, cloudy with drizzle day. Very appropriate for the mood of the place. I enjoyed it. A very quite and peaceful place.

  • Mobile pictures (3)

    Mobile pictures (3)

    Just a small gallery of mobile pictures. These were taken in Cambridge, almost 2 years ago. Some parks I used to visit almost daily, the door to my small studio in Trumpington, a place full of memories. A pub called the Wrestlers, possibly the best Thai restaurant in Cambridge. A fish and chips van that…

  • Long delays (2)…

    Long delays (2)…

    I think I’m going to start a black and white period of pictures. I love colour ones, but I feel like black and white is better suited these days. Black and white is less distracting, helping ease composition issues as pictures can become more abstract and schematic. Also perhaps it fits better with my current…

  • Wait for it.

    Wait for it.

    I took this picture in London with my mobile a few days ago, last Monday. I was waiting for an appointment somewhere close, sipping a coffee in a coffee shop from a famous coffee shops chain in Oxford Street. It should have been an easy thing, but bureaucracy always takes longer than it should. You need…

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