Kew Gardens is always worth a visit at any time of year, but the summer months are particularly outstanding.
I had the pleasure of accompanying my youngest on a school trip yesterday to Kew. Having not been for a number of years it never surprises me just how beautiful the gardens are, with image making opportunities at every corner turned.
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Lying just on the outskirts of London and on the edge of the beautifully scenic A406, this urban demolition had been in progress for a number of weeks before I got around to shooting it.
Every time I had passed the site, I knew I had to start working soon before it was gone forever, so over the course of three visits (over the same number of weeks) I set about my task to document the fall of this office icon.
Capturing the most interesting angles at the most visually interesting states of deconstruction, I used close up shots, wide shots and various spanning panoramas to document the building.
Standing for decades on the edge of a duel carriage way. Its last moments, now recorded forever.
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While scouting for locations in county Kerry I came across this wonderful and idyllic scene.
I really love the depth that this image has that takes you from a rocky foreground through to a watery middle and then onto the trees and mountains in the background. Shot with a real roll photographic film. Fantastic!