Painted Sky (2019) – Part of the ‘When We Forget to Look Up’ series.
I was just messing around in my garden in the evening enjoying the warm summer weather when I noticed the sky looking like a silky painted canvas.
The floodlights can be seen as an addition to the sky scene or as an irritant that spoils such tranquillity that the sky possesses.
Either way, we cannot fail to be mesmerised by its beauty.
Hybrid Elephant (2013)
Back in 2013, a friend convinced me that we should venture the streets of London first thing Sunday morning.
Sunday mornings are for sleeping in, but not on this day.
We traipsed the streets of Shoreditch on our mini photo walk taking pictures of the tranquil streets before the Sunday crowds came out to shop, eat and chill.
I managed to photograph the graffiti Shoreditch is known for and this one by Puerto Rican artist Alexis Diaz was easily one of my favourites.
There are more, but I will share them in future blog posts.
Anyway, let’s just say after that day, I haven’t done another early morning photo walk and honestly, I wouldn’t mind doing it again. It was fun.
If in London, would you prefer an early morning photo walk or a night crawl?
Untitled (2019) – Part of the ‘When We Forget to Look Up’ series.
I got off the bus late at night on my way home from lectures. Looking up I was greeted by this eerie, yet amazing scene above my head. The street lamp shining through the bare tree with branches that made this sweeping circular motion making it look like a nest. I was intrigued. I was left wondering.