Girafferacing's Architecture Posts

It’s not uncommon to see tourists in London photographing red telephone boxes – after all, they are such an iconic feature of the urban landscape here. The…

I had to make an unexpected visit to Goring-by-Sea today so naturally I took the opportunity to visit the beach while I was there. I took a few shots on my new…

As I headed west through Paddington Station today I naturally stopped to take a few photos as I whiled away some time between trains. Using my medium format…

We were promised a sunny day today – perfect for my latest one to one photography workshop, or so I thought. Having met up with my student though, the heavens…

Nearly twenty years ago I spent a day working in the town of Southwell and sneaked in the briefest of visits to the Minster during my lunch break. I wasn’t into…

We took a stroll around Hertford with the camera club this evening, a town regularly drive through but have never properly visited. I gave myself a challenge,…

When my musical work takes me to unfamiliar places I always try to find some photographic opportunities at the same time. Today my work brought me to Clifton,…

I’ve got a few one-to-one photography workshops coming up soon, so the time came today to do some research. My planned location was Holland Park in London –…

I needed a couple of photos to illustrate a concept for an article I’m writing today so I popped over to Audley End to find a suitable subject. It didn’t take…

My plan today was to do some research for an upcoming architecture photography workshop I’m planning in Cambridge. This included visiting several colleges to…

There’s nothing quite like a day at a steam railway when it comes to creating a sense of nostalgia. The Colne Valley and Halstead Railway, our destination today…

I returned to Chichester Cathedral today. The main purpose of the visit was to give a lunchtime recital with the Parnassian Ensemble, but I was able to sneak in…

The Mansion House stands in the centre of London’s financial district, next to the Bank of England. It’s the official residence of the city’s Lord Mayor, but…

I’ve often seen Tyntesfield signposted from the motorway near Bristol but never had time to stop and take a look. Today I made sure I had time to spare on my…

I cannily booked my train home from Liverpool for late in the afternoon, knowing that would give me even more time to explore with my camera. I headed for the…

When I’m visiting somewhere new, I always check if there are any nearby National Trust places to visit. Hidden away in the Georgian streets of Liverpool I found…

As I’ve traversed Liverpool over the last three days, I’ve clocked up around 18 miles. While my main focus was on the major pieces of architecture, I kept my…
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