The Gherkin here is kind of hidden behind this great tree. The wide-angle lens created an interesting effect which I like (of course aiming the lens upwards is necessary:).Read More
When I was going to take some pictures of the Tower Bridge, I came across this interesting fountain. So of course I took a picture of it together with the Tower Bridge. I’m always surprised what pictures I get while going for those that are in my head. These unexpected photos are often better:).Read More
This is one of the famous modern buildings in London. The area around it is not huge and without the wide-angle lens it’s difficult to get the whole building into the frame. I focused on the bottom of the building which I find interesting. Also the weather wasn’t the best it could be for taking pictures. Nevertheless I think it helped a bit to bring out the vibrant colors of the autumn leaves.Read More
I keep using Google+ more and more since I’ve got an invitation. It don’t think it’s better or worse than Facebook but it is definitely different. By the way, if you don’t have an account there and would like one, just leave your e-mail in the comment and I can send you one (but I guess there are so many people on it now that it’s not necessary anymore:)). My profile is here in case you’re interested:).
I have to say I really like Cambridge. I spent there only a day but I just loved the atmosphere, feel and the look of the town. I definitely have to come there again and explore it much more. The King’s College Chapel here in the photo is one of many beautiful places there.Read More