A cute animal that can challenge cats as topics :)
Sometimes I start thinking whether I should upload the pictures. As they are showing an overshot topic. The first thing of all park visitors – when they see a squirrel – is to grab a camera. At one of these picture we were shooting 5-6 of us parallel. It was hilarious & strange. As soon as I realized I stop and left the place, I did not feel comfortable.
However I’ve decided to upload them so you can see, photographers react the same way having such topic :)
Something that is even bigger and even more far away from the center than Battersea park :)
Kew Garden is place that you just cannot check in a day. Probably 2 days are not enough either. And when you hold a camera, forget counting the days.
Kew Garden is a big park and a botanic garden as well with countless species. And based on my pictures with countless benches. So take a seat and enjoy the pictures!
As I had enough time I’ve visited parks I would not think about at all.
London is big. If you can get into a nice park within half an hour why would you travel an hour to see … an other nice park.
I wanted to visit many different parks so I checked some parks that are a bit far away from the center.
Like the Battersea park. A really great park that worth the visit. Here you can see only a small selection of the pictures I’ve made there, will get back here soon.
How can bad weather help you to make nice pictures of parks?
Can it help at all? Well, in some special cases, definitely.
So I was on my way back home from London when that volcano had erupted in Iceland. So I stayed an extra week in London. While the air was full of dirt the weather was really nice and sunny for the whole week.
I visited a different park every day. These pictures are from Regent park.
These small drops caused me big joy – hope to you as well!
I went to London for photographing an event. I’ve arrived earlier so in case of any delay, missing baggage I have time to solve the issue. Luckily nothing has happened so I had a free day – great to hang out in a big London Park. I think it was the Hyde park.
Really enormous. Logical that a really small topic grabbed my attention. A tap with a partly connected rubber tube. The sun was shining, water drops were flying all around – any my camera was clicking. Perfect afternoon!
We can’t stand expressing ourselves, we wanna shout out loud what we think even if we ruin something.
City walls are full of graffities. Tables in restaurants, trees on the streets are all signed by some “really” important messages. Hopefully new social network solutions like Facebook will move all these activities to the virtual world where you can write on the wall effortlessly and without ruining anything.
Even though I see lots of such messages I was really surprised by these ones. I’ve made these pictures in the Jardin des Plantes in Montpellier, France. One of the oldest botanical garden. I think that place should have different messages.