Monthly Archives: June 2013

After the Atlantic Wedding

I recently photographed the wedding of two friends over in Portstewart, Northern Ireland. The ceremony was held at Mussenden Temple which you can see in the first picture as a speck near the edge of the cliff to the mid-left of the frame.

I spent the day afterwards wandering by the sea and visiting Giant’s Causeway and have posted some of the highlights.

I did lose a couple of hours trying to capture Polo the escaped deaf dog (I eventually got the little bastard with an improvised rubber lasso) but the weather was glorious the whole time I was there so mustn’t grumble (much).


341 Bus to Covent Garden

One evening earlier this week, I met my friend and lawyer Rupert Grey in Covent Garden. He’d recently arrived back in London after spending six months driving his 1936 Rolls Royce through India.

I took the 341 bus from Stoke Newington and shot a few pictures through the window of the top deck. It’s good practice as everything’s moving and the light was fading fast. I also like to make visual notes of places that catch the eye – who knows when I’ll need to find a Tudor style building or a Brutalist skyline?

The route included Islington, Clerkenwell and Holborn and took about half an hour.

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