Girafferacing's Architecture Posts

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…

Every time I visit Sheffield station I look at the enormous water features in Sheaf Square and wonder how best to photograph them. I’ve taken pictures before,…

Today I was able to join some of my camera club friends for a photographic jaunt to London – superbly organised by Nick. With a carefully planned timetable we…

With the start of a new month (and a new year too!), I should have shot with a different lens for my prime lens project today. However, I couldn’t resist having…

Our destination today was Caernarfon Castle. Construction on the current castle started in 1283 and completed in 1330. However, there have been many battles…

Every so often I get invited to conduct a recorder ensemble in Pimlico so I always take the opportunity to visit Tate Britain, just around the corner, at the…

I had a few errands to run in Saffron Waldon this afternoon so I took my camera along for the ride, plus the lens I’m using this month for my prime lens project…

After a few weeks focused mostly on nature photography I headed into London today for a spot of street photography. My aim was to concentrate on photographing…

I’ve been so distracted by the excitement of shooting on the Rolleiflex this week that I took my eye off the ball with my Prime Lens Project. I rectified that…

I made an exciting journey today, to Norfolk to see my Uncle Dave. He offered to lend me his Rolleiflex 2.8F camera as he hasn’t used it for many years and felt…

During my trip to Shrewsbury last week I found a fabulous used camera shop in the market. I resisted the temptation to buy a ‘new’ old camera, but I did…

I was expecting heavy rain for my planned stroll around the City of London today, so I was delighted to find the sun shining. My plan was for some street…

During a stroll through the City of London this morning I kept my camera handy, staying photographically alert all the time. As is so often on such walks, I…

I had the pleasure of visiting Ross-on-Wye today to help a friend get to grips with her new camera. Naturally my main focus was on helping Wendy take better…

Having never visited the town of Bromsgrove before I was delighted to find that it’s home to Avoncroft, a museum of historic buildings which have been rescued…

As a regular visitor to Wimpole Hall, I have a soft spot for its Georgian architecture and the glorious painting by Sir James Thornhill in the chapel. When I…
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