Who could resist this juxtaposition?
Arkhangelsk was very white on the day I arrived, above and below, and I couldn’t resist overexposing this slightly crumbling church until it almost disappeared.
In Copenhagen for the weekend and unable to sleep, I went for an early morning walk. When you’re forced awake by someone else’s screaming baby, seeing something like this really improves your mood.
Photographing a carnival full of happy people, bright colours and flashing lights is a no-brainer, but there seems to be something about the Dom – a Hamburg carnival that appears and disappears regularly throughout the year – that makes me wander through as the carnies are making up to leave, and this unexpectedly radiant Autumn day was no exception.
Having slogged through a rather uninspired month, and the consistent cold wetness that is Hamburg in late Autumn, I’m way behind here.
Today, being unexpectedly released from work into an unexpectedly crisp, clear and sunny afternoon, if felt almost criminal to not walk around, enjoy it, and see what me and my camera come up with.
An unusually foggy evening makes even a mundane building on the Reeperbahn look like something out of Bladerunner.
Autumn has well and truly begun.
Just some colours that caught my eye on the street in Prague.
A highway rest stop is a fascinating place: a busy nowhere in between two somewheres. This strange (to me) but charming fish restaurant was a pleasure to see, if only because it wasn’t a McDonald’s.
The way this is going, I’m going to have to rename this project “Shooting at the Sun”.