Girafferacing's Architecture Posts

I’m always fascinated by historic graffiti. It seems the need for humans to show where they’ve been long predates street artists with spray cans. While taking…

The last two and a half months are the longest period I’ve continuously spent at home in entire my working life. I rarely get to travel abroad, but I’ve enjoyed…

Our Sunday jaunt in the car took us to two villages with very similar names. Hatfield Broad Oak is a true chocolate box English village – lots of quirky old…

After two months of walking in and around Elsenham we took a short drive in the car for our morning stroll. Our destination was Littlebury, a pretty village on…

Now we’re allowed to drive to destinations in order to get our daily exercise I decided it was time to venture beyond our village for the first time in two…

I pedalled out of the village on my bicycle again today, this time heading towards Ugley. I decided to explore a narrow lane that was new to me - a dead end I’d…

I had one of those walks this morning where I just followed my nose and photographed whatever took my fancy, armed with just a single prime lens. Leaving our…

My new Essex Churches project has turned out to be rather short-lived now we’re only supposed to be making journeys which are absolutely vital. I can always…

Unlike some countries, the UK isn’t yet in a state of lockdown, although we’re being advised to practise social distancing to avoid the Covid-19 virus as much…

It’s time for part two of my FP4 Party photos, this time shot on my Rolleiflex. I shot all the photos in the same locations, but did my best to create different…

In an effort to finish off my two rolls of Ilford FP4 film for the Twitter ‘FP4Party’ I took a gentle stroll around Saffron Walden this afternoon. Inside the…

It’s amazing what you come across on social media sometimes… on this occasion a Twitter account called FP4Party. As Ilford FP4 is one of my favourite film…

I wanted to get out of the house today, but couldn’t be bothered to drive anywhere, knowing that most places would be thronging with children on their half term…

During my stroll between churches in the City of London today I whipped out my 75mm lens to take a few shots for my prime lens project. Shooting with a 150mm…

In an effort to recalibrate my eyes to working at 75mm this month I took a stroll around Saffron Walden this afternoon, with just this one lens. I’m keen to try…

Having shot at 15mm for much of January I’ve leapt to a different extreme for February, using my 75mm lens for my Prime Lens Project. This morning I popped over…

I’ve always had a soft spot for the architecture of the Natural History Museum, with its menagerie of animals visible at every turn. The most obvious member of…

Looking back at the montage of the nine most popular pictures I posted on my architecture account on Instagram in 2019, I realised a few weeks ago that I…
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