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Built at around 4000bc the St. Lythans Dolmen is a large lonely structure near the Capital of Wales, Cardiff. Originally covered by an earthen mound around…

Wandering around a public park in Bazel, I stumbled on these pieces of art. A very nice collection from tiles, probably made by childern. I love the naive style…

Sometimes I set myself a litle project. Trying to capture a small set of photos that go well together. Mostly 4 photos, that number hangs nice on a wall. Some…

After I finished off at the British Library today, I took a brief detour to Kings Cross Station on my way home. I’ve taken the odd photo of the John McAslan’s…

8/365. On my way to work today, I just spotted the little hole with beautiful colors and took a picture. Behind the plank was a gas station

Once again I found myself travelling through Paddington station today. My normal routine is to look for interesting people to photograph but I was a little too…

It’s always a delight to walk through the City of London in the evening. Shafts of golden light cast down the streets illuminate the buildings, producing…

I wasn’t presented with any obvious photo opportunities at work today so I found myself without a daily photo at dinner time. While our evening meal was in the…

I was around my house this time to do this one...I've been bad: I've not taken photos in 5 days (Memorial Day Weekend oblige!!!). So here's what I got.

Natural Structure The missing focus of this photo is not a fault – it's a feature! I wanted it to be semi-abstract. On the other hand photos are supposed to…

The Library At The Old Ship Yard BIG architects remade the old shipyard into The Culture Yard. I'm madly in love with the result.
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