Day 10, and we are into two digits. A tiny milestone to celebrate. Canary Wharf, London.
Day 9 and it is Friday! It was a tough week with a lot of overtime at work but I’m glad that I carried on with the project. I can already feel that my attention to compositions around me is improving. Tower of London neighbourhood.
St. Paul’s, London.
After 15 hours shift at work there was not much time, light or focus (pardon the pun). Still, every little helps. St. Paul’s, London
From the post-breakfast walk today. Some run, some ride bicycles, I walk. Redbridge, London
The sun decided not to come out today. Still, it was fun to visit Southbank after a while. In terms of shooting, it was rather a disappointing day but I knew that there will be some of those when I took up this project. My little one did have some fun exploring the X100s though. Southbank, London.
Did I mention that I love harsh light that so many preach to avoid? I have visited this location many times but only today the light was just oh so good 🙂 Typically of London, I got questioned by security… She didn’t seem to share my view on shapes and forms. Bank of England, London
There’s something about harsh sunlight that I like. Most of people dismiss it as bad light but I believe it can be put to good use with shapes it creates. Barbican, London.